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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by dbirdsong, Jul 31, 2005.
This inside the lobby of of Campus Martius building in Downtown Detroit
What a cool building!
Wow, your images are outstanding! I love the perspective.
Mind to share if you're using tripod for this shots? Very nice view and perspective. I never saw this before.
Thanks for sharing.
I don't mind saying that I hate using tripods... (I have several and I do use them, but I just hate using them... )
They are hand held, with a Tokina 12-24 on a D70. I believe the ISO was about 1000, but for some reason it doesn't show up in the EXIF info on any of those pictures.
Thanks for looking
Thanks... I love my Tokina 12-24 for pictures just like these.. You have the Nikon 12-24, go play with it and don't be afraid to use it in strange angles.. at the widest point, Very cool lens for that.
What a cool sculpture and you've caught it's essence well Dave! The more I see of today's Detroit, the more I like it.
Dave is the floor under the sculpture a kind of a pool, because I see light and water? Very nice picture and the exposure is superb, i guess all natural light or the light provided buy the lighting of the building.
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