Discussion in 'Photo Themes' started by doxx, Jan 31, 2004.
Thinking of my bud, @smoke665. Pentax P30T, 50mm f/2, hp5+
A couple of detail shots from the bronze pillar found in the Japanese American Historical section of Portland, Oregon's Tom McCall Waterfront Park, which is along the Willamette River. The pillar can be seen in its entirety here [ piller in japanese american historical plaza]
I shot these close-up type shots with a 50mm lens at high ISO levels in daylight.
Those are wonderful. I pushed mine a stop in hopes of creating depth. I don't know, I am such a newbie. However I learned I can uncover shadow in this project, for better or for worse.
Love these Derrel. There is just no way to duplicate the fantastic patina of aged bronze.
@jcdeboever the last two you posted are really good. The low angle on the 2nd shot is great!!
DSC_0387.jpg by Charlie Wrenn, on Flickr
Canon AE1, 50mm f3.5 Macro, TriX, HC100
Buddha, and a few turquoise colored monks - Hpa'An, Myanmar by Phil Marion, on Flickr
Abe's memorial - Washington DC by Phil Marion, on Flickr
Recoleta Cemetery - Buenos Aires by Phil Marion, on Flickr
Reclining Buddha in Phowintaung caves, Myanmar by Phil Marion, on Flickr
snowstorm and Monument to Multiculturalism, by Francesco Pirelli by Phil Marion, on Flickr
Wat Saket - Vientiane, Laos by Phil Marion, on Flickr
Capitol Hill rotunda - Washington DC by Phil Marion, on Flickr
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