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    Amazing use of lines, just so pleasing to the eyes in the way they were captured & processed. Very well done Mbrager.
    (only real problem, my eye keeps seeing the banding in the shadows, more so in 2nd shot)
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    Really cool architecture, love all the weird angles. It's all very low contrast, but somehow works The PP makes them freakily similar to some of Escher's stuff:



    Personally I think I would have preferred shot 1 without that man at all. There seems to be a fair bit of banding in the top right of shot 2?

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    HBG and Thoughton: Thanks for your responses. I see what you mean by banding. I did introduce some grain on purpose during the processing, partly to make the noisy, underexposed parts less obvious. Those Escher drawings are brilliant and I've always loved looking at his work. Thanks for pointing it out.
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    both spectacular! And told by one as me who don't like particullary architechture shots....

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    These are well shot and the processing make them surreal.
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    Awesome shots any way you cut it. Subject, comp, and post...nice job.
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    Both awesome architectural abstracts and captured extremely well Mike!
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    Great shot, that No. 1. the selective colourization is spot on for the image.
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    Thanks Sarrasani, Bambi, Barefoot, Casil and Gremlich for having a look and commenting. I've been away so was surprised to find the thread resurrected. Glad you liked the photos. Mike
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