industrial pictures (C&C)

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  1. DScience

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    Just some messin around with the new camera this evening, trying to get some shots of a few cool looking old buildings.

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    I think they are great. I love old buildings like these. I think the textures are great, and I am also intrigued by the mystery of them. I like the colors and the contrast looks good on them. Do you like them? Are you having fun taking them? That should be the most important thing. I think they have an artistic flair to them. Keep shooting and having fun!
     
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    Thank you for checking them out, and I'm glad you liked them.

    I definitely like them! I am really into abstract patterns and colors, and taking these pictures right around sunset brought out their detail. What to shoot today?!?!?!? :p
     
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    Nice shots! I love the old textures and lines of industrial equipment, and the colors you get in the evening/morning lighting are great too. I especially like the abstractness of the first. Great work, keep it up!
     
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    The first 2 are my favorites. Really nice.
     
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    Thank you so much for the comments and support! I really appreciate the feedback!


    :eek:)~Danny
     
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    Some nice shots....
    Number one is interesting...what exactly is it? Its pretty cool.

    Number two is too dark, try a longer shutter speed (obviously...) or use your exposure compensation. This one is probaly my favorite (if it was properly exposed...)

    Number three is cool, its a bit overexposed and the sky is blown out.
     
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    this is a picture of the building in number two, a close up of some door.
    Yea I had a lot of trouble getting this thing exposed properly because of the bright sun coming in from the right, and the very dark shade on the left.
     
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    very nice, I love old buildings and industrial type shots.

    Where about in Denver are you? I'm out in Aurora.
     
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    Thanks Suki!

    These pics were taking in Broomfield, near 120th & Wadsworth.
     

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