MARCH THEME – ARCHITECTURE

Forums Monthly Theme MARCH THEME – ARCHITECTURE

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  • #15992

    Pete Robinson
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    Very dramatic and great depth. It looks sharp top to bottom. Ticks all the boxes for me. Thanks for sharing this with us.

    #16012

    Pete Robinson
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    Here’s a few more photos to generate some discussion. The first one was taken in Crewe’s ‘new’ arcade. I liked the tunnel effect but perhaps more people would have helped. What do you think?

    The Law Courts below is a wide building so doesn’t sit naturally in a 3:2 ratio frame. So I chose to have a large foreground leading to the building. I thought this showed more of it’s environment. Do you think the actual building is too small in the picture?

    In an effort to make the picture of the old Flag Lane Baths below more interesting I decided to shoot through the gate. I noticed it’s frame made a triangle which I tried to use the frame the facade. Do you think it works or would a straight shot have been better?

    #16039

    KEN LAST
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    Well another slant on architecture, one we do not see very often.

    #16042

    Pete Robinson
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    So that’s how they do it! I’m amazed they put the roof on like that. Like you say it’s not something you see very often. Thanks for post that Ken.

    #16058

    KEN LAST
    Participant

    I have posted some fullsize photo”s on Flicker of this scene , this small size file has not downsized to good. My curiosity Peter discovered they were lifting the roof  to obtain extra height to accommodate taller lorries-so now we know. Have a look on Flicker.

    #16077

    Pete Robinson
    Keymaster

    Thanks for the info. That makes more sense.

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