Rusting Relics

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  1. P Bailey

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    These were shot this morning in rather low light due to some heavy fog. What are your thoughts ?

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    Nikon D70, Manual Mode, ISO 200
     
  2. AIRIC

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    Some very interesting images. I really like 3,9 and 10.

    Eric
     
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    I love hwo the rust below those holes looks like blood running from a gunshot wound. Great series!
     
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    What a treasure to photograph! You did an excellent job with them all, but 3,4 and 9 would have to be my favourites. They all have a story with them that I wish I knew, such as who they belonged to, why did they get 'forgotten'. :D
     
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    nice series. there is something about rusty items that I find very appealing or mysterious i guess would be more accurate. 9 & 10 are my faves
     
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    Wow.. I love these shots. There is something about old things, that I love. It seems to be telling a story of some sort. This is a great series, and my faves are 3 , 9 , and 10
     
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    I like all of them... but they're missing something... and I think it's the quality of something you can capture with film that makes an image seem "pure" in a sense... I'd reshoot with film...
     
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    i really like the whole car shots, those are cool, though i feel like the focus is a little soft in some of the pictures.

    what an intersting thing to shoot
     
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    These are all wonderful shots! I like them very much. Great work!
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Thanks for putting up the entire series here, Peter. Now I understand that "Texture" photo much better that you took of that old car hood. Here I can see it well! Goodie! :)
     
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    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Cool series...#7 stands out for me. You could definitely explore these closer and get some really interesting abstract stuff. :)
     
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    I really like all of these shots...I really don't want to get down, but I figured I'd just point out something I noticed. Because I am in the market for a DSLR, I usually will check out what everyone is shooting with and the D70 is literally at the top of my list...I'm wondering if I am the only one that thinks these aren't on par with D70 clarity. The pictures are great...it just looks like the camera wasn't living up to it's potential.

    Anyway, great pictures...my favorite is the 2nd to last. :thumbup:
     

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