Urban Malmoe,view of same 100 meters. (3 photos)

Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by Sunesha, May 22, 2007.

  1. Sunesha

    Sunesha

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    May 3, 2007
    Malmoe, Sweden
    Good day my fellow nikon friends,

    I was up early this morning, to take some photos. I had set my alarm clock for 4.00 AM. One thing I can tell you, I hate mornings more then anything. But my love for photography is stronger. But I woke up took some coffee. I looked out when sun started to rise. Typical, the sun wasnt visble. A white mass of clouds. Seems like my plan for taking some nice architecture photos just blown away.

    Angry with the weather, I decided to go out this lunch anyway. Limit myself to 100 meters area. Max 100 meter from my apartment. Force myself to find the interesting things ;). A old trick for creativity I use in music. Limit yourself until you have to work what you got.

    It worked better then I ever believed.

    Feel free to comment my photos anyway you want. I got thick skin. I hope you enjoy them.

    Cheers,
    Daniel Sunebring

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    Spiral Tower
    Tech stuff: FL, 24mm, 1/40 sec, F/9
    Tilted the camera a bit and backed up under the bridge. Set my tripod at highest altitude. Got the distortion acceptable.

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    Roadrush
    Tech stuff: FL, 18mm, 1/100 sec, F/10
    Cropped alot to make it panorama, to give it a busy feel. Played alot in Lightroom.

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    Bride of grass
    Tech stuff: FL, 35mm, 1/15 sec, F/11
    I dont know if I like this photo or not. Somehow just uninterestning. Dont know what I got wrong. The compostion is so so....
     
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