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Club night out in Glasgow City centre.
I'm not at all confident about architectural images,
so I'll upload a few and you can tell me how to improve.
Many thanks for votes and comments got The Interloper.
Have a good weekend.
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I saw this building the last time I was in Glasgow Kate,
and still can't decide whether I like it or not.
I probably would if it was covered in rust though !!
And glad you appreciate Hogweed as an anniversary present for my wife.
Although I think she was less pleased with the set of car mats I presented to her the year before !!
Intriguing building, nice timing for light and I like the way you chose the parts to be framed. V2 is my favourite because of the lovely quality of glowing light.
Love the distortion effect in the first Kate, an excellent set.
Nice architectural work.
Lovely architecture in these captures with the light. I think this is why its changing.
Perth has a fair bit now. It just proves how important light is to a picture.
Well done Kate.
I think they are spot on Kate...just love V1 and 3...excellent captures
Wonderful distortions in V.1, Kate, not sure that I like the building at all, though, looks like something from outer space Carol
You went clubbing in the City!! Excellent distorted reflections in v1, Kate, lovely light in v2, and perspective in v3.
I'm not sure these are improvements (in fact I know they're not), more just my personal thoughts ..
v1. maybe straighten the verticals or alternatively, totally mis-skew them
v2. a crop from the left to make the windows equidistant from the sides?
v3. another crop maybe, from the right to just take out the right side window and leave the roof line looking like a Nike tick (or swoosh)
Well Kate,I am not good enough to give you some tips on how to improve,I shall leave that to others.
A Verry unusual building ,but I like your images with v2 being my fav with all the lovely colours.
I am sure that you are having a great time at the Camera club
belting set kate wonderful light and detail v3 for me today love the comp a cracker nice one
Nice building, nice work. I love the distorted reflections in V1. If these were mine (I wish) I would probably fiddle endlessly to get the verticals right, but the point here is impact and they have that already.
I really like the abstract & distortion in V1.. My kind of image & the light captured in V2 an excellent set
Superb shots - V3 for me - excellent composition.
A great series of images Kate, V1 for me
some good captures of this very fine building Kate a place I wonder round often lots off oddball capture opportunities as you have discovered
Leading with version one was definitely the way to go here Kate, a really super abstract like it a lot.
I wouldn't have a clue with architectural images but I think this is a great set. V1 is my fav is it looks more abstract
It's a great building with so many opportunities for original shots as your set here shows, Kate.
I think your V 1 image was a good choice for that slot.
All captured in fine detail and so well exposed too.
A close run thing between v1 and 3. Two very well composed and captured images Kate, very appealing.
a lovely triple effort and not easy to take well done.
Three images well worth a little more work on them as Dave suggests xx
Kate, in V1, is the wall curved or flat? If its curves, as it appears to be when downloaded, you cant correct it without ruining it. Looks like you were shooting down a little bit; V2 needs that mess of weeds cropped off, even if it leaves you with a receding "train".
Nice images of a very difficult to shoot subject.
V1 is excellent Kate , super shot
This looks a fascinating building Kate - love v1 and v3. Given the critique, something to return to I'd imagine.
Its a miracle, V1!
The V3 mod suggested by WhiteRose does have the advantage of placing the middle window in the middle, so though it lacks symmetry, it looks quite good.
Brilliant work Willie and Dave - 'Ill study these with care and learn from the masters!
Thank you both.
No point in repeats so I have taken different approaches from "the masters" with my mods. I'd love to know how banehawi managed to straighten the top edge of the window though. Try as I might, I couldn't do it.
Excellent set of images, v1 for me
Super set Kate, v1 my fav but great curves and sky in v3........very nice images well taken.
I do like this very much....The distortions are terrific!
Love V1. Great observation. I wish I had seen this and taken this shot.
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