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 Post subject: The old warehouse
PostPosted: Tue Dec 16, 2008 9:13 pm 
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A derelict old warehouse lies dormant in Christchurch New Zealand. A great place to sit your tripod and play with lenses,ND filters and long exposures.

Used my Hoya HMC ND400 on both shots

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terrific shots!


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Wow, just wow! Those are amazing photos! I love the composition of the first one especially with the bright yellow door on the "wider" end of the building and the lines leading away from/to it. Brilliant :D

Definitely thinking about grabbing some ND filters in the New Year.

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Great shots!


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whooooooohooooooooooo! Now, those are some bricks! So intricate, you can't stop looking..I know this is off the wall, but, I really like the graffiti, on the lower expanse of building, and the still pristine above it all high up bricks..precisely placed, with the beauty of old world craftsmanship, calculated to stand the test of time, insulted by the urban scrawl, but still, heads above the common highrise buildings. The dignity not reduced by age, and disrepair..if only they could talk...great capture..

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they are mad photo look like pc game graphics theats pretty cool!

i need to get a tripod quick i need to shoot like this!


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Thanks guys for the comments, appreciated

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Absolutely stunning shots, well done sir.


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Fantastic!


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Thanks guys for your kind words.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 22, 2008 10:53 am 
Greta shots, i love the moodyness created by them! Can i ask what PP did you do? Right thats another thing added to my list! Did you use the cokin or screw in type?
Thanks and well done!


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