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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by John E., Apr 5, 2005.

  1. John E.

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    Nice, the first two are great, I love that blue.
     
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    Nice work, I really like the first. It may be April but it still looks cold in your shots :)

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    #1 is very good and i also like what appears to be a guardshack or foreman's office. i wish winter would last as long here! nice work!
     
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    Beautiful work!!! I really enjoy industrial shots. I think you did a good job with these. Judging by these photos; I think you would like the work of the american painter Charles Scheeler (sp?). Check him out if you already have not.
     
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    Thanks every one.

    Airic and Jon I have to admit I took the pictures two weeks ago and most of the snow is gone except in the bush. I was planning on posting these pictures in the heat of summer, but so much for self control :roll: I still have a few winter shots I have not posted so maybe I can hold them till summer , but probably not ;)

    Jon the last picture is a guard shack. I had to sweet talk her into letting me a little past the gate to take the pictures. A supervisor saw me taking pictures and kicked me off the property. Gave her a rude comment, but I don't think she really cared as she was quitting for a new job anyway.

    Graig I will have to look into the painter. I really like industrial shots too but their hard to get these days with companies so worried about potential liabilities. I was thinking about starting a business and approaching some of the industry around here.
     
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    As a young student I had hoped to get into Industrial photography. Long story short; I didn't. I fell into Home Fashion photography, blah, blah, blah.

    I guessed: The market may be small. There is a lot of money to be had. They more than likely stick with only one photographer. I got the sneaking suspicion that you needed 5,000 dollars worth of gear. To start.

    The work is mostly corporate reports given to investors. The photography that I saw was nothing short of stunning. These guys obviously have free reign of the factory. Portraits of the CEO's etc are mandatory, but once again you have full creative control.

    I say go for it!!! at least try and assist for one of the photographers.
     
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    I like them all. Nice work. The colours are fantastic.
     

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