We all like lots of pics, so here's my intro

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  1. joph09

    joph09 TPF Noob!

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    Word up! I'm a 4th year Architecture student from the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg. I've always been into photography as long as I can remember but didn't really get into it at the begining like alot of people on here; however, once I was accepted into the faculty of Architecture we were thrown into a world of design and photography (we had to learn stupid fast). Years later and I'm still learning and always will be in photography. We do mostly landscape (for our sites) and building model/ product photography, which is all culminated in our portolios that make or break our career.

    I like the criticism on this forum, in the faculty we're always critical and criticized in almost everything we do. We even call our studio profs Crits! With almost 4 years of c&c I'm used to it, I know who's being helpful and who's not being constructive for the sake of pride or attacking someone or arrogance etc... So bring it on! WIthout futher adieu here are some samples of my work!

    Enjoy :mrgreen:

    I began with a Fuji Finepix s700.

    This is my 3rd year final project of a restaurant and cultural building in the parking lot of Jean Talon farmers market in Montreal.

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    I didn't realize that I didn't fit the whole building into the frame...ohwell.
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    don't mind the tilted column, it just wouldn't stay verticle lol
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    Interior
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    And some process models from a more recent project.
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    And some of my more recent photography work when I got a Nikon d3000 Horray for Boxing Day!

    It was terrible cold -35Celsius and windy when I took these pictures, so I didn't take much time to properly frame and compose some of them. Enjoy:D

    Forks market, view from historical Canadian Pacific Railway bridge
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    Forks market, Oodena Circle
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    Forks market, Ice Castle
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    Manitoba Legislative Building South Grounds
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    hi and welcome :mrgreen:

    you remind me of myself .. i take a lot of panoramic shots :lol:
     
  3. joph09

    joph09 TPF Noob!

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    thanks! in architecture school we do alot of panoramic shots to show the site in context, and it had caught on to me
     
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    sweet panoramas. Sweeter name, are you a jeff in real life?
     
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    ^nope I'm a Jophiel
     
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    Great shots! Love them! :)
    I wish I had the same eye with panoramic shots though...

    Welcome:) :hug::
     
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    Welcome, looks like a lot of fun.
     

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