Thoroughly Modern Building, Take 2

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  1. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Different location. Different photographer. Less perfect result, but here you go:

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    From my position I was in here, I still got the entire building into the frame... but...


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    ...from up closer I no longer did. I was/am bummed I had to cut the top corner off and frame it with the second corner as the finishing one :irked: grrr!

    One more detail, then it's time for bed for LaFoto:

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    This was in answer to bburton's Thoroughly Modern Building-thread ;).
     
  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    What is it with this first photo?
    I have seen it first, saw how flat it was, deleted it from here and from PictureTrail, worked on it in PS again to bring out the contrasts, thought I had them, uploaded it again --- and what do I see? Another grey-flat-milky pic. What is that now???? :irked: :scratch: Hmph....
     
  3. Jimee

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    Very interesting building. I'm not sure why, but I like number three the best.
     
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    Wow, that thing is just full of cool lines!
     
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    Even though the top of the second doesn't have the 'point', it is defintely my favourite with the perspective of the lines :D
     
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    i like the converging lines in the second. nice work Corinna!
     
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    Your third one definitely has some metalic "pop" in it and an unusual perspective.:thumbup:
     
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    Those buildings look so unattractive but i guess it goes to show that engineering gives great support=) great shots!
     

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