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  1. #581
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    A few degrees crooked (imho), but beautiful; it's very simple and classic.
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  2. #582
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheObiJuan View Post
    A few degrees crooked (imho), but beautiful; it's very simple and classic.
    i didnt take that shot, it was actually from a page back or so. i just took the reflection off of the window.
    it was taken by "Gintaras" on page 57
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  3. #583
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    Quote Originally Posted by rdub202 View Post
    does this look better?

    i am not sure, taste is so personal, for me a refelection in the glass is just natural thing, while black window glass looks empty. btw, how you did, i am just curious.

  4. #584
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    well i tried to leave some lightness. you can make out some of the reflection if look closely.

    and it was very simple to do. i opened the photo in photoshop. selected the window area and just lowered the brightness level (image>adjustments>brightness/contrast)
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  5. #585
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    Albertina art gallery in Vienna by night
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  6. #586
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    Nice use of light from the building Gintaras and depth of field is near perfect.
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  7. #587
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    This is my first post in this "interesting buildings " thread. This structure is in a Scandinavian park located in Minot, ND. Second pic is from the inside of the church which was designed to be illuminated with sunlight.
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  8. #588
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    Restoration

    A lot of buildings and streets in the historical centre of Bucharest avait restorations. Some are quietly and somehow sadly wait in line ...

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    ... some are getting it in an interesting way ...

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    ...and some got it already and sustain their neighbours!

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  9. #589
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    No post processing. All colors are caused by metering against the sun.




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  10. #590
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    Thought it more appropriate to post these in here. It's the view from the top of the Rock in New York looking out towards the empire state building. Sun soon to go down & moon just visible.
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    Couldn't decide which view I preferred so posted both.
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    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
    - the fun's in finding them

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