Barn assignment shots. (56k, 6 images)

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  1. gizmo2071

    gizmo2071 TPF Noob!

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    Single building study for a college assignment.
    These are just a few of many shots that I thought I'd share :)

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    Thanks for viewing.
    Matt



     
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    Number 2 by far is my fav, but i think 3 is also a very nice and unique shot
     
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    #1 is great! I love the angle and the contrast.
    #2 I love the perspective. Very interesting and unique
    #4 is my favorite. I love old barn wood and the details is great.
     
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    I am all for #1 and #4. It's kind of a photography mantra to avoid powerlines in photos, but in these shots, I think the lines actually improve the photo by showing the contrast of old with new.
     
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    Thanks alot guys.
    I appreciate your thoughts and I'm happy to see that people like them.

    As you say, i would usually have avoided the power lines or tried to make them less obvious, but this whole study was to show the building, it's surroundings and how it sits in the environment. And you hit the nail on the head with the "old Vs new".
    It was very much a concious choice on where I was going to have the power lines sit within the shots.
     
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    Great series, I love 1&4 and the power lines do actually add alot to the overall shot in no.1

    Deano
     
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    the first two are really great!
     
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    Thanks alot guys!
    I showed my tutor and he's impressed.
    I swayed him to allow me to enter these for my final architecture assignment :D
     
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    Beautiful series.
    I realy like the first two- they give a sence of the wilderness.
    The third one reminds me of something similar I tried here .
    The forth has interesting shapes and a nice greenish color.
    Very well done.

    Dani.
     
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    I like the first one- nice leading photo. I agree with sfm that you've done well with the towers.
     
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    All excellent shots!!

    The B&W shots in #1 and #2 are amazing, such texture.

    #3, really cool perspective and great color!

    #4, #5, and #6, I love the look of old wood on sheds and barns.

    Well done! :thumbup:

    NJ
     
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    i love #3 (maybe only one) but i love the color and contrast!
     

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