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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    ... well... it's been forever since I've posted anything to LF Forum... so... why not work on alleviating the boredom?


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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Christopher, please post more often. This is a wonderful image, and the tonality, with all the gorgeous reflected light, is superb. While far removed, it reminds me for some reason of Savannah, GA, where we used to visit my grandmother at her beautiful Spanish-style home in a fine neighborhood.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    That is very cool, cant work out how you did it which makes it even cooler.

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Airport to by Paul Fitz, on Flickr

    The Airport by Paul Fitz, on Flickr

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    I think you're right about the light. Maybe the humidity is similar, being next to large bodies of water and the way light seems to "seep" into everything and everywhere?

    Tuscany feels similar to me, though it has to be the dust in Italy since places like Florence are so far inland.


    Quote Originally Posted by Ulophot View Post
    Christopher, please post more often. This is a wonderful image, and the tonality, with all the gorgeous reflected light, is superb. While far removed, it reminds me for some reason of Savannah, GA, where we used to visit my grandmother at her beautiful Spanish-style home in a fine neighborhood.
    - The best camera in the world is nothing without someone operating it
    - The best lens I own is whichever one is on the camera
    - The best camera I own is whichever one is in my hands

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    A recent attempt to "vintageize" the look of a local building. It takes a long time but I'm liking the results so might make a project of this with the old buildings in my district.

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    I admire removal of most temporary object surrounding subject

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    Quote Originally Posted by GRAYnomad View Post
    A recent attempt to "vintageize" the look of a local building. It takes a long time but I'm liking the results so might make a project of this with the old buildings in my district.

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    Last edited by Tin Can; 9-Apr-2021 at 05:31.
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    Great photo, may I ask where that was taken? It looks like a hotel I stated in in Tasmania!! I think the town was Queenstown, Tasmania.

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Quote Originally Posted by jp View Post
    Great photos Austin![/ATTACH]
    Thanks, jp!

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    Brass is a metal alloy, not a lens type - MichaelE

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