Trip Around Edinburgh

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by jophassa, Aug 16, 2006.

  1. jophassa

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    PLEASE READ: I will be posting pics on 4 or 5 at a time as they finish loading on to my photobucket.

    Most importantly, please enjoy and comment on the pics.

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    So far, the third shot is the one that keeps my interest the longest. Understand however, that I am usually not a big fan of motion blurred photos, or weird abstracts of the sky. They look interesting, though!
     
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    yeah, the escalators look like they are going 100mph. they were at an art gallery and the guards told me off for taking pictures in the gallery even though i took none of art. the things we do for a pic...
     
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    here is what they are:
    4 and 5 is the sky reflected in my window which swivels.

    10 and 11 are those bumps you find on pavements for blind people.

    and the rest are obvious.
     
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    here is a better version of that taxi pic:

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    here is another pic of a 60s building which i thought looked great with a 1:1 ratio with the sky.

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    Interesting set there. I have to say 4, 5 and 7 are the best for me. Do like the effect on the escalators at the bottom in the first photo.
     
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    I dunno man, none of them really do anything for me....maybe it's the perspectives you took, or the subjects...or maybe Edinburgh's just as dreary as the rest of Scotland :)D), but this thread isn't really impressing me at all.

    Keep shootin, though
     
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    thank you. i must say i prefer the first pic to the second. i like how it is extremely bleached. the second one interested me more because of the shape of the handle rails.
     
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    i do seem to take a lot of dark pictures. did you look at the other ones further down the thread?
     
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    Yeah, and to me, I just get the impression that you're trying too hard to get 'artsy' photos as opposed to just taking what 'pops out' to you. I dunno, I'm as much an amateur as the next guy, I just don't see anything wholly special about these shots. Hope I'm not being too critical...
     

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