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Juxtaposition II by roliketto

Continue “Juxtaposition” series work from my recent trip in London, UK. British Museum. This time I kept colour(s).

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Touchy-Feely by 1davidmcmahon

It might look as if they’re close to touching, but the vertical perspective is deliberately misleading. The Michael Hotel on the left is actually several floors higher than the protective transparent ‘ceiling’ on the right that protects visitors to Sentosa from the sun and the rain.

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Juxtaposition by roliketto

British Museum, London, UK.

Black and white effect achieved in Silver Efex Pro and finished post production in Photoshop.

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Geomarchitectural painting by ninjatransvestite

This proved a challenging shot as the focus-system insisted to focus on the lines making out the partitions of the windows in front.

Fine, I just go to “manual” focus.. but this was VERY hard with such a tiny viewfinder. (one of the drawbacks shooting with a Nikon D3000)

Actually catching the focus of this painting is not the easiest thing I have done. But I ended up satisfied never the less :o)

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Temple of Reflections VIII by roliketto

Continue “Temple of Reflections” series, this time One Canada Square and inside of train/subway station in London, UK.

Canon 5D Mark III, Canon EF 11-24 F/4L USM II. Focal Length 11, F/11, ISO 200.

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