Steel and Glass

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  1. Aoide

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    Lovely shot :) Nice use of lines and colors. Love the reflections too!
     
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    Good old Enron. Well not really, but I love that building ;)
    And a nice shot. I do have to ask, did they kick you off the property? I've heard they have some very overzealous security guards there...
     
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    Nobody bothered me and I took several photos in the area. But I was much more nervous in this area that I usually am when I'm downtown. I kept expecting a guard to come out. Maybe because the area around the theater district is a little more touristy, I don't feel quite as out of place as I did here. But I'm glad I got the pictures, because these are such beautiful buildings.
     
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    I really like this photo. There is nothing in the sky that distracts away form the building. I agree with what eromallagadnama said about the usage of lines. It is very nicely centered.
     
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    Nice shot.

    I've found myself that photogs seem to be given a wide berth by security.

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    neat shot.. wonderfully exposed.. love that curve.. it takes ya into the shot :D
    nicely done :thumbsup:
     
  8. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    This is good: wonderful lines, curves and shapes, colours and reflections. Light of day is also good - what could be bad about this photo? Nothing!
     
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    Oh, I wish it was so here. Photographers have had problems in the city especially when photographing downtown or near anything that people perceive as a security risk.

    Thanks everyone for the comments! :)
     
  10. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Nice and crisp; good DOF an nice curves on this one. :)
     
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    Good shot. I like architecture shots. :)
     
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    o wow..what a nice desighned building and a great picture!!
     

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