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02-10-2019, 08:02 AM - 6 Likes   #12991
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02-10-2019, 09:36 AM   #12993
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Wow, another brilliant one. Really fantastic! Your work is just the best, most subtle, "architectural street photography" I have ever seen anyone do. Compostionally perfect.
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Wow, another brilliant one. Really fantastic! Your work is just the best, most subtle, "architectural street photography" I have ever seen anyone do. Compostionally perfect.
I think I'm becoming plasticized -- recognizing the photographer/artist before seeing the name.

The paint job on this building is ... [adjectives fail me]. Orange and yellow and pink and salmon and green and brick and tan. And they work together. Thanks for exposing this perspective.
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02-11-2019, 10:53 AM - 8 Likes   #12997
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02-11-2019, 10:59 AM   #12998
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QuoteOriginally posted by texandrews Quote
Wow, another brilliant one. Really fantastic! Your work is just the best, most subtle, "architectural street photography" I have ever seen anyone do. Compostionally perfect.
Thank you very much! My cheeks turn red

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I think I'm becoming plasticized -- recognizing the photographer/artist before seeing the name.

The paint job on this building is ... [adjectives fail me]. Orange and yellow and pink and salmon and green and brick and tan. And they work together. Thanks for exposing this perspective.
Plasticized Hope not but once you are plasticized, I am afraid, you will not be very much alive. Thank you kaseki!

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QuoteOriginally posted by texandrews Quote
Wow, another brilliant one. Really fantastic! Your work is just the best, most subtle, "architectural street photography" I have ever seen anyone do. Compostionally perfect.
The work is perfectly conceived and executed. What I love about it is the way it builds and creeps up on you. Any one picture alone doesn't quite have the effect. It can seem intriguing but nondescript. However, the body of work as a whole creates an aesthetic, a mood, an expectation, a wondering that is quite magical. It's cumulative, it shapes the viewer as we view.

It very much your own and, despite being quite unlike what I do, I love it. Bravo, sir!

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My 'home' mountain Ben Cruachan with late sun rendering the snow cover pink. 645Z and A 300mm. The slopes are some 16 miles away from the bedroom window I took this shot from.

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QuoteOriginally posted by unkipunki Quote
My 'home' mountain Ben Cruachan with late sun rendering the snow cover pink. 645Z and A 300mm. The slopes are some 16 miles away from the bedroom window I took this shot from.
16 miles! Impressive. I didn't see the exif, so what was the shutter speed, and if long, how did you stabilize things?
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16 miles! Impressive. I didn't see the exif, so what was the shutter speed, and if long, how did you stabilize things?
F8.0 and 1/60th. I supported the body on a tripod in the room and, embarrassingly, the lens barrel with my 645 FA 150 mm lens jammed under it on the window sill.

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Another shot from the recent cold snap local to my home. Taken with the Z and DFA 55mm. The view accross Loch Awe from the bottom of my access track. The warmer loch producing heavy mist that lifts a little as soon as the sun rises above the hill behind me. I was down there at this time as I was shuttling electricians and plumbers up the track on a quad bike as the track was not passable to their vans. They were there to fix my central heating on the 31st of January. It had broken down on the 31st of December......


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QuoteOriginally posted by unkipunki Quote
F8.0 and 1/60th. I supported the body on a tripod in the room and, embarrassingly, the lens barrel with my 645 FA 150 mm lens jammed under it on the window sill.
Boy! That surprises me. It seems very crisp for that.

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Another shot from the recent cold snap local to my home. Taken with the Z and DFA 55mm. The view accross Loch Awe from the bottom of my access track. The warmer loch producing heavy mist that lifts a little as soon as the sun rises above the hill behind me. I was down there at this time as I was shuttling electricians and plumbers up the track on a quad bike as the track was not passable to their vans. They were there to fix my central heating on the 31st of January. It had broken down on the 31st of December......
In some ways a more beautiful shot...wow, no central heat for a month! I hope you had a wood stove....
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A couple from the roof of my house at sunset...


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QuoteOriginally posted by unkipunki Quote
My 'home' mountain Ben Cruachan with late sun rendering the snow cover pink. 645Z and A 300mm. The slopes are some 16 miles away from the bedroom window I took this shot from.
Nice.

Ben Cruachan is one of my favourite mountains. I always looked out for it on the way over the bridge at Connel. Keep trying too get a good view of it on the south shores of Loch Etive...
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A couple from the roof of my house at sunset...
!!! You have a house??? I thought you were a nomad...
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