I'm an architectural nut. Couple of cottages...

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  1. railman44

    railman44 Guest

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    Didn't know this area even existed until tonight. These were taken with a Nikon D70.
     
  2. nipperwolf

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    you're welcome. ;)

    glad you made it here. :supergrin:

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    while I'm here....

    first pic looks OK, but the bright sun made for some nasty shadows on the 2nd pic.
     

  3. ponykilr

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    While I agree with nipper about the shadows and lighting overall, shadows and high contrast b&w can be very interesting, if a little busy.

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    That second shot is interesting to me: I see that style of house and I think Mexico --> hot --> SNOW?

    Yeah, I know, all of Mexico isn't hot but it strikes me that way regardless.


    In additon to high contrast b/w, I wonder how that would look as infrared? What color does snow turn? Black? That could be interesting!
     
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    It sure could! Rockwell has a page on false IR from PShop, I think I will experiment a little.

    I have my eye on an IR filter, with digital it's supposed to be all you need.