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Nifty by ash Nifty by ash
Holloway Road, London, November 2002
EOS 300, Neopan 400 rated 250, aperture priority, scanned neg
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MagnoliaFan Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2004
the constrasting framework youve done is fascinating :thumbsup:
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complex-a Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2002
Very cool contrast... You've certainly got an eye for the most interesting things.

Woulda been nice to see more on the right (the whole word), but still very nice work.
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kalayl Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2002
i'm not entirely sure what i was going on about there - excuse the ramble ;) (Wink)
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kalayl Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2002
great shot here - you could do many nifty things with this image from a framing perspective. like splitting it into three separate bits - the left window, the right window, and a thin narrow middle strip that show a centimetre or two of both "walls". silly ideas, just a thought i had anyway, nice shot
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mcismowski Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2002
great contrast
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HybridProcess Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2002
which way should i try to break into? nice shot!
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narang99 Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2002
Oh yah Neopan is bloddy good shit, i only use Neopan, nothing else....;) (Wink)
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narang99 Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2002
very good, Man, this is classic, yah there good on automatic, but i realy ever put it on automaitc, I like the have full creativity over the image...But you nailed it wright on......Years ago, they would have to go wright up to the bulding and take a light reading, ha ha ha, those were the days.....
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selahhesed Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2002   Photographer
Very cool, looks like two seperate pictures. I love the contrast.
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verunec Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2002
I like I like!
The balance and the weights of the black and the white areas and or linear elements. Interesting. Very 'constructive' picture.
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ash Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2002
but damn, your exposures always seem so dead on

Thanks to the camera, in this instance, since I was shooting in aperture priority mode with the default 35-zone evaluative exposure mode. I think the EOS cameras have a very good auto exposure system, right down to the EOS 300/Rebel 2000 (like mine) which is the bottom of the range.
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boomslice Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2002
Very interesting to look at. Nice job framing 2 very dissimilar things. They work together tremendously.
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spoco2 Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2002
Really looks like one of those comparisons that would be done in a movie about the passage of time... love it.
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acrophile Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2002   Photographer
interesting juxtaposition... seems like the right side got a tad cropped... but damn, your exposures always seem so dead on... I can't wait to try some Fuji b&w... :D (Big Grin)
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