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Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by lothloriel, Mar 11, 2011.

  1. lothloriel

    lothloriel Member

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    Trying to get some more shooting in so i decided to take some pics on the way home from uni...

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    C&C Welcome:)
     
  2. Bashar

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    The feeling I get from your shots is "dreary urban day" (is that what you were going for?) and your processing style suits it well. Were you shooting from inside a bus? The last shot is probably the weakest for me. I think the series of photographs is interesting but could do with some narrative captions to give it some context, as I'm curious as to why you took those shots.
     
  3. YuMaNuMa

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    I reckon this effect works well in areas that are deserted or lack people such as 5, 6, 7
     
  4. richard0296

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    do you go to ACU, or do you live in north sydney?
     
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    Cheers for the comments; You're right about the last one, and if i were to cull it down more i'd take out the last 3

    I guess; a little dreary a little nostalgic. Wasn't sure where i would go with the pp but felt this suited - don't really have a why, just felt like trying to get a bit more creativity going now that uni's started again; it's nice to get away from numbers and formulae. Spot on about the bus:p Although #4 and #6 were shot from inside a train. A quote by irenesuchocki "Faithfully capturing a scene is less important to me than finding that little bit of mystery, evoking a certain mood, or telling a story." clicks with how i like to see things :)

    Thanks, agree with you there; #5 particularly so.

    Close :Pirate: i go to Usyd and live near north sydney
     
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  6. danske91

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    nice flicks mate, i quite like the aura of the photographs it bends well with the rain/wet.
    edited in PS?
     
  7. xiller09

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    5 and 7 are my favourites.
     
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    Cheers. All edited in PS.

    Glad you like them:)
     
  9. CapnBloodbeard

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    I don't get or appreciate this type of photography one bit - it really bugs me, tbh. But as far as I can tell, for what you seem to have gone for you did quite well, and there are those who appreciate, so....

    now i've confused myself..........
     

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