Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by LaFoto, Sep 14, 2005.
Love 'em Lafoto...great job. Nice light to work with. :thumbup:
Try shakin yer cam next time for cool special effect.
They're a bit boirng for me. They seem less abstract more photo of a wall in different lighting conditions.
The third one is most interesting because of the shadow. Otherwise, I'd have to agree w/Daniel. Would an even closer shot of the fabric be better?
Don't know... I didn't get any closer to the fabric... would have had to bring a ladder - and that in the car dealers' area of the town? Uh-oh... someone might send from the doctors that bring the shirts with the extra long sleeves...............!
Here are some less abstract photos of the same series:
And two photos not from the showroom but the offices in the building next to the showroom:
In that golden light I "honoured" (without their knowledge) more car dealers' shops with photos, but those are for later - if at all. I shall see.....
Ha! I see what you mean. I REALLY like the last one. It has an Asian feel to it.
Love the last one as well Lafoto.
Last one is cool. I like it
LaFoto I going to have to jump on the bandwagon here the last shot is very cool!! I like it
neat efforts laFoto! I like all in the second series, very cool!
as far as abstract photos go, im very very hard to please but i really like the last one in the first series, especially the light
Thank you all .
The first two (the ones that seem to be a bit boring) are, in fact, crops, and I was trying to follow Joe (clarinetxxx) and Scott (spiralout) in their tracks ... somehow...
The shining, metal wall-covering of that Ford-dealer's - which only gets this golden glow for a couple of minutes in the evening before the sun disappears behind the shopping mall opposite this building - had fascinated me from afar for many evenings in a row, and only on Tuesday did I get to be in that place in time for the photos. Therefore do take the title to this thread literally: these REALLY are only first attempts at going abstract.
Here's what I detected on the side of the building whose front has this metal covering (only above the large showroom windows, mind!), I think this is quite abstract, so much so that I can't tell you what these holes in the wall are there for!
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