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11-13-2009, 11:32 PM   #1
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Building from 1904 Worlds Fair
Lens: 50mm Camera: K200D ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/350s Aperture: F9.5 

A true gem from the 1904 Worlds Fair! Building is the Jewel Box in Forest Park! This was one of my first shots with my new *16-50 lens.


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11-14-2009, 12:10 AM   #2
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I think this would look better as a vertical. Not having the trees on either side would accentuate the symmetry.
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Actually Gary I do have one composed just how suggest. It's vertical cutting out the trees. If you noticed the pond if front the shot I took has a great reflection of the building. I think its a really cool shot. I was thinking of posting next month in the favorite shot. I was afraid to post here thinking I wouldn't be able to post in that thread.
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I actualy think square would do nicely.
Other than that I'd be really tempted to do it in B&W

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Square's fine, but vertical would accentuate the leading lines and symmetry of the scene.
Nice one.
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Horizontal, square or vertical, an important factor in shots like this is to have the camera centered in the leading line element. In this case your camera is about a foot (approx) too far to the left on the sidewalk. This adds a great deal of tension to the image. Good if you are going for tension but when you are going for symetry it really mucks it up.

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