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  1. SUPERSTEVE9219

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    Ok ill post them here, but they are better quality on my site, and these are darker for some reason.
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    Steve
    Nice shots.
    I have not been out to LA in about a year. I am planning a trip for this fall.

    P.S.
    I don't see any traffic on the road shots. ;) :)
     
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    Thanks, I took the pictures of the freeway from Elysian Park, but I don't plan on going back there, it in a sketchy area.
     
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    I love Griffith Observatory, not so much for the sciency stuff, just because its a cool place with awesome views, your black & white pic there rocks
     
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    I like pic 2 the best, thanks for sharing.. You should number the images.
     
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    numbered them
     
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    My favorite is the 3rd!
     
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    For #6 why would capture this ? I can't remember if this comes with windows wallpapers hmm.
     
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    Lines, geometry and making them somewhat abstract is a photography style. Sometimes, capturing the detail of things and not just the entire thing itself (as 80% of people do) is an interesting challenge

    Its a great image IMO
     
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    Yea, I just thought it was interesting, I couldn't really get a full capture of the building that I was happy with so I tried doing something more abstract.

    Thanks for the comments :D
     
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    I often find that when I'm trying to pull off an image that is about lines and shapes, it often works better in black and white, and with a slight contrast adjustment.

    Helps the viewers eye really focus on the lines and shapes in the image and not be distracted by any colour
     

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