Re: Doors - "The Words"

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by RichA, Jun 5, 2012.

  1. RichA

    RichA Guest

    On Jun 4, 10:21 pm, Savageduck <savageduck1@{REMOVESPAM}me.com> wrote:
    > On 2012-06-04 16:16:35 -0700, SI Committee
    > <> said:
    >
    >
    >
    > >http://www.pbase.com/shootin/doors

    >
    > Damn! This is getting so encouraging I am just going to have to make a
    > few comments.
    >
    > Tim Conway:
    > Doors-01:
    > At some time this could have been an interesting choice of door.
    > However there seems to be something very wrong regarding focus in some
    > of the recent images you have submitted, this is another. The entire
    > image is OOF. I suspect there is an issue with the camera, and/or lens
    > you are using. I am thinking of the focus issues with your Macro-03 &
    > Macro-03.
    >
    > Savageduck (Yours Truly):
    > Doors-01:
    > This is what happens to barn doors in earthquake country. It hasn't
    > been worthwhile closing the padlock on the doors for years.
    > Doors-02:
    > P-51D undercarriage doors, are doors, aren't they?
    > Doors-03:
    > This was a door on a galvanized metal feed bin. I guess somebody got
    > frustrated opening the door and tried to use a 12 gauge "master key".
    > then he or others just shot it up in frustration.
    >
    > Tony Cooper:
    > Doors-01:
    > Great old weathered paneled door showing a wonderful patina on the
    > hinges and the blue framing contrasted with the faded red wall. Nice.
    > Doors-02:
    > Your back room?
    > I was hoping for something like this, and you did not disappoint.
    > Another shot I like, of what looks like a well used library.
    > Doors-03:
    > Great texture captured with the contrasting light showing through the
    > interior door. It seems somebody without beer decided to go right in.
    > BTW: if I didn't know better I might believe you were dabbling with a
    > little tone work, or dare I say it HDR here. ;-)
    >
    > Mystery Shooter (Could this be Sid or Otter?):
    > Doors-01:
    > Nice B&W work of an interesting doorway. It would be great to know more
    > of the history of this place. What is truly odd is, they chose to fit a
    > fire hose connection in the bricked up doorway.
    > Doors-02:
    > Another nice B&W conversion. Great texturing, and patterns created by
    > the brickwork. Then there is the sense of mystery created by the
    > partially open roll-up. They seem to like the idea of odd pipes growing
    > from their building.
    >
    > Ron:
    > Doors-01:
    > Interesting capture with an air of mystery created by the wide gap
    > between the two doors allowing a glimpse of what is beyond. Even more
    > strange is a modern lock which does not look as if it could function
    > because of that gap.
    > Doors-02:
    > This is a wonderful door. Crude in structure, inset into a weathered
    > doorway. The textures are well captured. The sprung lintel adds to the
    > character of the shot. Nice work.
    >
    > Eric Stevens:
    > Doors-01:
    > Great idea. What you have are actually two doorways connecting at my
    > count three reception rooms. The reflected light is an added bonus.
    > Doors-02:
    > Another pair of doors leading to the unknown. The heavy shadow
    > contrasting with the doors lit with diffused light make this one.
    > Doors-03:
    > Very nice, elegant door with wonderful lock & hinges, but that is the
    > best I can say here. I can only say I wish you had take just a little
    > more care with the composition, framing alignment, and perhaps a little
    > straightening. The other solution might have been to isolate the ornate
    > and intricate lock mechanism with a radical crop.
    >
    > MG:
    > Doors-01:
    > Interesting idea. but I would be wary of allowing that odd Irishman
    > entry. That shillelagh in his left hand might indicate sinister intent.
    > ;-)
    >
    > Rich Anderson:
    > Doors-01:
    > Nice red doors, but the tilt crowding the bottom of the window on the
    > right spoils the shot. This is another shot where backing up a bit and
    > taking care with vertical lines and composition could turn it from
    > being spoiled to being great.


    Yes, unfortunately, there was a 300lb table parked right in front of
    the doors and I was unable to move it. You work with what you have!
    But I could also use a tilt-shift lens for architecture too.
     
    RichA, Jun 5, 2012
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