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Red Hook, Brooklyn (Squares/Panoramas)

Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by leungphotography, Jul 22, 2008.

  1. We're having a challenge in another forum on square compositions... so I
    dropped by Red Hook, Brooklyn to test out some square compositions.
    Please CC... I'd love to see where I can improve... :smile:

    PS... some of these were somewhat inspired by Dez. LOL... :) 









    [9] Lady Liberty guards New York Harbor
                   ISO 100

    click for original size...

    [10] Vestiges of old Revere Sugar Refinery
                   ISO 100

    click for original size...

    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 22, 2008
  2. amazing imagery, of course
    the squarely-composed ones..... something most of us don't do very often.... just fantastic

    thanks for sharing them with us here as well
  3. kpstatz


    May 13, 2008
    As Huey Lewis said: "It's hip to be a square" :biggrin:

    Very nice shots, Leung!
  4. mood


    Jun 27, 2007
    So Fla
    great series leung
    reallu like the "mood" on the statue of liberty square shot....
  5. Hey! You lookin' at my photos again? LOL. Nice shots Leung.

    I agree, the Statue of Liberty, Square and Pano look great.
  6. They are nice shots.
    The square ones remind me when I used to shoot 120mm roll film on my YashicaMat 124G.

  7. bradNYC


    Mar 28, 2008
    WOW, these shots are amazing...all of them! I especially love the way the light shines thru the clouds
  8. Thanks Greg!! I'm trying some new ideas... square is really nice! :) 

  9. Thank you Klaus.... yes... hip is the word!

  10. Thanks Frank! I like the moooooooood too! LOL...

  11. Oh yeah... your trolley shot was kool. I shot these on the way home. I also appended my message above... 'inspired by Dez' :smile::biggrin:
  12. Thanks Mike! Wow... Yashicas... that brings me WAAAAAAY back. Those were the good ol' days tho. I dunno what I did with my 120mm negatives...
  13. Thanks Brad! I saw the sun peeping through the clouds and then whipped out the 70-200vr. :rolleyes: 


    Apr 30, 2005
    Excellent Leung.

    The pano and #5 are truly spectacular !
  15. I found them all very beautiful and with excellent visual design. You brought me back memories of when I was using a Rolleiflex with a Tessar lens, a camera I used for over 30 years.
    Nice series.
    William Rodriguez
    Miami, Florida.
  16. Thanks RFC!
  18. Thanks William! I'm glad there are still some who can truly appreciate the ORIGIINAL full frame. :smile:
  19. LOL, I just saw that. Hey, I invited you that day but you always have "something else to do" :mad: 
  20. Beautiful work
    I love the B&W and the old refinery in particular, but they're all cool.
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