Old 11-04-2007, 04:29 PM   #1
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Hi guys !

A few weeks ago (months ?), some of you helped me to improve my "creativity" side by suggesting titles of books and some photographers on rp.net to study. Since that time, i worked when i could find some subjects and tried to explore design elements like texture, shapes etc. I will try to share with you this research if you think it can help some of you !

But today, i want to share some pictures from Australia. I tried to change my point of view on railroad work and elements. The first pictures are coming from an industrial area in Sydney suburbs. I found two old oil tank car that are slowly dying. I took two hours there, with a 50mm lens and also a wide angle zoom.


Wheels.





Roller bearings - 1


Roller bearings - 2

I'm not sure i will suggest them to rp database. As your comments were really helpful the last time, feel free to share your feelings.

I'm preparing a second post with pictures from Hunter Valley.

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Old 11-04-2007, 05:57 PM   #2
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I love the texture with these shots. I'd try submitting either of the last two.
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I love the texture with these shots. I'd try submitting either of the last two.
Agreed. The last one is definitely my favorite. Something about how it blends in with the leaves makes it a really striking photograph. Nice work.
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