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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Quote Originally Posted by Darryl Baird View Post
    Damn, how old it that photo? The newest car is the 59 Chevy, right?
    I took this picture a couple of weeks ago. There is actually a modern car parked between a couple of the old ones. The motel is open and you can stay in the Tipis.

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    One more from Conca, Queretaro, Mexico, one of the five Junipero Serra missions.
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    Richard M. Coda
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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Oh, there are so many... these are recent. Downtown and 2398 are Phoenix.... Waterfront is Scottsdale.

    All 8x10 TMax 100
    Arca Swiss 8x10
    lens, either Fuji 300A or 450C
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    Last edited by Richard M. Coda; 27-Aug-2008 at 14:33. Reason: typo
    Photographs by Richard M. Coda
    my blog
    Primordial: 2010 - Photographs of the Arizona Monsoon
    "Speak softly and carry an 8x10"
    "I shoot a HYBRID - Arca/Canham 11x14"

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    A question of qualification.

    Are images taken with a Horseman SWD and a MFDB considered large format? (the Horseman is a view camera, and the resulting image is in the > 100Mp range)

    jim

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    Andrew Moxom
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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Outstanding image Barry. Well done. Amazing tonality and crispness.

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Horseman SWD-II, Rodenstock 35mm lens, Aptus 75s back








    (moderator.. pls delete if the setup doesn't qualify)

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    two from last weekend:

    90mm + yellow filter


    180mm
    Daniel Buck - 3d VFX artist
    3d work: DanielBuck.net
    photography: 404Photography.net - BuckshotsBlog.com

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    This thread has been a bit quiet, so I thought I would wake it up.

    Daniel, nice cabin. Love the tones on the first one.

    Here's some lines and shadows to mess with your head!

    Taken this past Monday. Ebony 4x5 w/ 210 Apo Symmar on Fuji Acros and souped in Diafine.
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    Richard M. Coda
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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Jim Cole:

    That's by the Pioneer Museum and the Coconino Arts Center? That's a nice shot. I was going to take that same shot, but looking from the opposite side, back in July, but I couldn't wait for the sun (my daughter was taking a watercolor class there and the class ended before the "right" shadows appeared).
    Photographs by Richard M. Coda
    my blog
    Primordial: 2010 - Photographs of the Arizona Monsoon
    "Speak softly and carry an 8x10"
    "I shoot a HYBRID - Arca/Canham 11x14"

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    Re: post your Architecture photographs!

    Richard,

    You are exactly right. I live just up the highway about 1/4 mile. Sorry you missed the light...it was very cool. It has an M.C.Escher feel to it. If you would have been able to wait for the shadows to form, you most likely would have shot from the same side as I did. Maybe you can catch it next time around.

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