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  • Avatar : pablophotographer

    Bridging passion

    Hello friends. The picture was taken while I was taking a stroll with my full frame, fully automatic Nikon RD2 35mm film camera, equipped with a fixed Nikon 35mm lens. It was loaded with the now discontinued Kodak Professional BW400CN film which pr...

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  • Avatar : thelearningcurvephoto

    Toronto Clock Towers

    Clock towers in and around the Toronto Ontario area. All photos are original photography using a Canon EOS 60D body with a Sigma 17-70mm f2.8 DC Macro OS lens and Silver EFEX Pro as a Lightroom plugin for the black and white conversions. To...

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  • Avatar : topsyrm

    52 for 2013 Week 44

    A break in the clouds gave chance to photograph this magnificent old barracks headquarters building in Exeter As always, comments welcome.

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    • Posted by : topsyrm
    •  3 Nov 2013 9:56AM
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  • Avatar : RyanFlint

    Crete

    I recently visited the picturesque town of Crete, a few dozen miles off mainland Greece. The landscapes, architecture and local industrial objects, i.e. bins and signs, were one of the greatest examples of how art photography is ascending. I will be ...

    • Posted by : RyanFlint
    •  14 Apr 2013 10:14PM
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  • Avatar : AndreaJean

    15.02.2013

    Can hardly explain the excitement that seeing aging, decrepit, decaying architecture brings- the textures, colour and even the appeal that comes from the temperature variations in the various locations. being in places that other people may not eas...

    • Posted by : AndreaJean
    •  15 Feb 2013 12:15PM
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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 216: St. Peterís Church

    I cycled out of town by a different route today, which took me to a lovely little village called Barnburgh. The church here is lovely in the sun, as the stone is a very light colour whcih seems to glow when the sunlight hits it. Apparently the...

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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 208: Rotherham Minster

    I took a walk into town this evening to shoot the most prominent of our local landmarks. I used a small ballhead underneath the lens to keep the camera at the correct angle, although the rest of the tripod stayed in the car. I did a bit of sensor...

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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 206: Door to nowhere

    This sealed up doorway is in the grounds of Rotherhamís Boston Park. Apparently it used to form part of the College of Jesus, founded by Thomas Rotherham and now demolished. Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm PZD @ 18mm; ISO 200; F/10; 1/250s. VC on.

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  • Avatar : chrispalm

    Square

    Despite marvels in building technology, and novel new designs to building exteriors, I find we are living and working more and more in cubical structures. Be it driven by functional design or a need to build spaces that can easily evolve for differe...

  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 194: Catcliffe Glass Kiln

    You can see this structure from Sheffield Parkway, and I decided to have a look this week after my third trip down that way. Thereís not much of note around it now other than bungalows, but itís quite a prominent landmark. And it wonít be there for...

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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 187: Ironhenge

    One of Rotherhamís hidden bits of art, taking under the sort of moody sky Iíd love to see from Stonehenge one day. Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm PZD @ 18mm; ISO 200; F/9; 1/60s. VC off.

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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 76: myplace Rotherham

    myplace Rotherham In the year since I moved here, Iíve gradually seen this built from the ground up. While I think it looks slightly out of place at the moment (as the first of a few planned developments), I think itís a wonderful looking bu...

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  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 54: High reflectance

    High reflectance Tonight I gave a talk to Rotherham Photographic Society on HDRI and tonemapping. It seemed appropriate to use something familiar for the practical demonstration, so I shot this outside the building where their meetings are he...

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  • Avatar : Pete

    Photo365 - 197 - Corn Exchange

    Doncaster Corn Exchange. Revamped after a fire but still has some of its original features as seen here. Taken with the iPhone and Hipstamatic app for my photo365 project.

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    • Posted by : Pete
    •  16 Jul 2011 9:43PM
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  • Avatar : Pete

    Photo365 - 121 - B&Q

    Another busy day tidying up a house. Today I've plastered, done some joinery, replaced a faulty electrical socket, cut down loads of trees, shredded them, weeded (got nettled), levelled a drive. So not much time for photography, but squeezed a quick ...

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    • Posted by : Pete
    •  1 May 2011 9:01PM
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