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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Nicely managed verticality and interesting patterns. The contrast works for me.

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Thanks a lot Chassis.

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Another day, another try.
    This time I could not get further away and could not get vertical lines.
    The front rise even with whole camera point up and tilt both front and rear did not work and I reached already the limit of coverage.
    At the end I gave up and just gave a bit of front rise together with camera point upwards.
    Nevertheless I am happy with the result.
    BTW: Trying to correct the lines in LR looked very awkward...
    There seem some light leakage or processing error on the edges but I kept it as I thought every altering over there would also do more harm to the whole image than improvement.

    Tipps and Comments welcome to improve future images.


    State Grid
    by Miguel Buschhauer, on Flickr

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Nice image Moogie.

    Sometimes maintaining verticals, with a whole facade composition, is not possible due to space or access limitations. It comes down to camera position, available lenses and desired composition.

    Given that the whole facade can not be composed in this situation, to maintain verticals, a detail view of windows and doors might be nice. Or an orthogonal view of the main entrance. Especially at night or in the blue hour.

    I find that composing tall buildings from foundation to rooftop is difficult in Manhattan and Chicago, so I need to choose either detail views or more distant views. Isolating a single tall building is often not possible, even with a wide lens, because the necessary camera position is not available.

    Angling the camera up sacrifices vertical lines but can be interesting. Keep shooting and you will develop your style and build skill with your camera and lens suite.
    Last edited by chassis; 13-Mar-2018 at 17:16.

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    Thanks Chassis, Next time I will bring a longer lens and see if I find an interesting composition in a similar situation.
    Good recommendation. Brings me to another idea that maybe also panoramic images might work with that kind of buildings...

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Here the second one from same day like the image before.
    My first time I used the Lee polariser. Obviously something changed between adjusting and exposure, so need to practise that, even though I was pretty sure not to have moved the filter after adjustment.
    In this case the covering lines I even like as the building itself looks like a rocket already, hence its nick name...
    Also this time I had some heavy clutter in the sky, not dust, and was impossible to remove completely as you can see. I already worked for hours to achieve this status.


    Rakete
    by Miguel Buschhauer, on Flickr
    Last edited by Moogie; 19-Mar-2018 at 08:50. Reason: added sentence

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