The Buildings & Architecture Gallery
Last Updated: 06/02/07 11:58 PM
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|"World Trade Center - May
This one speaks for itself.
Kodak E100VS with a Maxxum 9 and Tokina ATX-280 lens.
Finally made it to Disney's Epcot near the end of 2001. I thought this photo really caught the feel of "Spaceship Earth". Kodak E100VS with a Maxxum 9 and Tokina ATX-280 lens.
|"New York City
A view of Lower Manhattan taken the Spring of 1999 from the roof of the tallest building in Brooklyn. Kodachrome 25 with a Minolta X700.
During a ride on the Algoma Central Snow Train I managed to catch this little rest stop. The image was a little underexposed do to my not compensating for the snow. Oh-well, a little digital help and everything was ok. Kodak PJ400.
These gents were enjoying a pint in the sunshine at the P Mac Nanara & Son Pub in the folk village at Bunratty Castle. Two scans using differant scanner exposures of the same Kodak E100VS slide were combined to improve shadow detail. Also taken with a Minolta X700 in Program Mode with a Vivitar Series I 28-105 and a polarizer.
A photo of the 76m Lovell radio telescope at the Jodrell Bank Observatory in Cheshire, England. Photo taken on Kodak Portra 160VC. The exposure was compensated by 2 stops due to the direct sunlight in the frame. The image was scanned using two scanner exposures and then the two images were combined to bring out all of the latitude in the negative.
This twilight photo of the National Theater in Prague, CZ was taken at the foot of the Charles Bridge. Taken on Ektachome E100VS with my Minolta X700 in program mode (I seem to remember about 2 seconds). The lens was a Tokina AT-X 80-200 f2.8.
|"The Blue Store"
I saw this shot and could not resist, The little guy standing at the door, the color of the items for sale, the wood trim of the door and windows, inside a customer can be seen inside, maybe he's buying a vase, the cobble stone sidewalk... All of this equals a great shot that captures the feel of the shops of Prague. All captured on Ektachome E100VS with my Minolta X700 in program mode. The lens was my Vivitar Series I 28-105. The slide was scanned in using my HP PhotoSmart S20 film scanner and cropped using Picture Window Software.
|"Little Town Canel
No this is not Venice! This photo of the Little Town Canel in Prague, CZ was taken near the the Charles Bridge. Captured on Fuji Velvia with my Minolta X700 in program mode. The lens was my Vivitar Series I 28-105. The slide was scanned in using my HP PhotoSmart S20 film scanner.
The outside of Guggenheim Museum in New York City. Taken on Fuji Velvia with my Minolta X700 in program mode. The image was perspective corrected with Digital Light and Colors Picture Window software. This side was scanned in using a HP PhotoSmart S20 film scanner.
This image of the inside of the Guggenheim Museum in New York City was also taken on Fuji Velvia with my Minolta X700 in program mode and then scanned in using a HP PhotoSmart S20 film scanner. The camera was simply set on its back on the floor and the timer set.
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