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 Post subject: SKYSCRAPER
PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2010 5:04 pm 
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Here are some samples of recent work that didn’t make the cut …
Ad your own Skyscraper shots if you like.



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PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2010 10:57 pm 
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Great shots, I like them all.

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“Great shots, I like them all”

Those are some of the “rejected” photos by the client, which I had to re-shoot.
Everything from; bad shadow, light or even a delivery truck in the last photo.


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1, 2 , 4 and 5 I like

#3 is just meh...


Love the first one most. Nice reflection of the clouds.

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“Love the first one most. Nice reflection of the clouds.”

That one was “rejected” for the shadows and a reflection of another building which ruined the lines. I re-shot at a different time of day.

This one is at 90% and a very similar photo was accepted.
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Modern building shots usually lack character, these shots are unusual, I like them.

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Here are 2 examples of photos that transitioned into brochures, but were with a light blue sky.

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I like the second
the sky looks like a K
nice shot (not rejected)


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There's an interesting, somewhat nauseating feeling I get from the ones in your 1st post. Nice job!

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Nice shot. I like the last pic


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I like 'em all too. What lens were you using on these?

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The primary workhorse is the Sigma 10–20, but I also use the Sal 18-250 for specific feature isolation and when ever higher detail is necessary.


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Revolving restaurant at Harbour Centre.

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I thought this shot had some interesting shadows/reflections.

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