The Getty Nook

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  1. voodoocat

    voodoocat ))<>(( Supporting Member

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    Went with chase to the Getty and captured this after he had left. This is one of my favorites. There is obviously a bit of distortion do to the wide angle zoom lens.

    25mm
    F8 1/50
    [​IMG]
     
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    i put on my architect hat. what is the getty?
    nice shot, i really like the flower ones too
     
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    Chase I am now benign! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Great shot, interesting lines and lighting.

    I just hate the fact that you got to stay there and take more pictures when I had to head into work on a Saturday :evil:
     
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    I love the shadows from the skylight. It makes me want to sit and read a book.
     
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    both the lines, lighting, and overall compsition is nice, however I do feel like something is missing here.

    The focal point seems to be the intersection of the glass cubes. Perhaps this just isn't my type of subject.
     
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    I like the mix of materials in this photo. Wood, rock, glass, metal, drywall. And they are all horizontal and parallel lines. I like the lines casted in by the shadows to contrast it.
     
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    nice clear shot!!! Im jealous!

    md
     
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    Nice!

    I like the lines.

    Did you try making it a lil more brighter to enhance the sunlight? Just a thought! :bounce:
     
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    I didn't want to blow out the highlights on the white wall.
     
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    I like this, Voods...the shadows are way cool. I'd give it some more contrast, though, for some punch. Let's see some purple in those shadows; that complement the golden tones in the flooring. Damn, I'm such a handcolorist. ;)
     
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    I just don't understand it. I don't know why it's exceptional or extraordinary. Is it abstract?
     

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