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    Re: ARCHITECTURE & WIDE ANGLE LENSES

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    another selection
    More fun. Thanks for sharing Gero.

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    Re: ARCHITECTURE & WIDE ANGLE LENSES

    Thanks Hacker! That diner is a great place to photograph...

    Gero -- those series are fantastic. I particularly like the second set. The first and second shots are so dynamic. Are you photographing these from the hip? Otherwise you must be lying on the ground all the time!?
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    Re: ARCHITECTURE & WIDE ANGLE LENSES

    I have an idea:

    Why don't we all shoot in the streets with wa (preferebly extreem wa) AND FILM this weekend?

    I screem, you screem, we all SCREEM ...
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    Re: ARCHITECTURE & WIDE ANGLE LENSES

    thanks Loyd & Stuart.

    In most of the trip I had the camera in the strap to the neck and a lot of the pictures I took without looking through the viewfinder. The strap doesn't go to the waste so in some shots I had to bend my knees; in others like in the subway I was seating and one of those shots was even taken by my kids (that are growing fast). Sometimes I just had the camera in my hand instead of in the neck; I don't think I lyed in the ground at all.
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    I have not tried film in about 4 years and i know that I will be shooting with it much more now.

    Here are two images with film and 15mm of some "natural architecture" of Yucatan.

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