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 By: * James *  
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Photographer * James *  * James * {Karma:20200}
Project #32 Lines Camera Model Fuji Finepix S7000
Categories Architecture
Film Format Digital RAW
Lens Fujinon
Uploaded 1/26/2007 Film / Memory Type Digital CF Card
    ISO / Film Speed
Views 3774 Shutter 1s
Favorites Aperture f/8.0
Critiques 13 Rating
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Location City -  Bangkok
State - 
Country - Thailand   Thailand
About An architectural shot. Set the white balance for tungsten as I like the deep blue colours, however not sure if this one is a bit too much. At any rate, my goal was to show the structure as an efficient mechanical and industrious creature.
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There are 13 Comments in 1 Pages
pasquale ale angelini pasquale ale angelini   {K:2543} 3/15/2016
Very interesting, I like the composition, which I find unusual, and colors.


Shirley D. Cross-Taylor Shirley D. Cross-Taylor   {K:174058} 2/23/2015
Great abstract, and I love the blue. Congratulations!:)


Nick Karagiaouroglou Nick Karagiaouroglou   {K:127263} 3/31/2007
Blue steel, quite cold looking, and quite strict in its geometry, that provides the construction such a stability! Getting such strong contours of blueish on blueish tones is an achievement for itself, and keeping the DoF over the whole range of interest is an additional one. Both of them make it to something very special in the category of abstracts. Only the upper right corner could have a bit less of that greyish surface, but that's all I would change.

Greate work and indeed a BIP, james! Congratulations!



* James * * James *   {K:20200} 3/4/2007
hmmm, i just noticed (after posting my most recent comment) that i had already replied to you on your comment mark. this one makes three.

haha well bump up the numbers a bit i guess.



* James * * James *   {K:20200} 3/4/2007
hi mark. as for this photo, i was almost in the rafters, there's a small observation deck in the departures lounge area that lets you get this close to the ceiling in suvarnabhumi airport, but its not terribly easy to find.

i havent moved to thailand, i was only there on holiday for most of the past month. i'm now back in guangdong province and will be here till the summer now, maybe longer, not sure yet.

take care and catch you later. james


* James * * James *   {K:20200} 2/21/2007
Hi Mark. I havent moved to thailand, only here on holiday for chinese new year. mainland china is nothing but chaos during the lunar new year holiday so its best to just go out of country for awhile.

i've also been away from UF for awhile, only now posting a few shots that might be interesting.

look forward to your email, and perhaps meeting one day soon.

warmest regards ~ james


Mark Wlaz   {K:4564} 2/15/2007
Oh, and congrats on the BIP award! Well deserved.


Mark Wlaz   {K:4564} 2/15/2007
The decision to set the white balance for tungsten was a brilliant one. The color adds so much interest and depth to the shot. How did you get the point of view for this ... it looks like you are in the rafters.
On another subject, I have been away from UF for a very long time. When did you move to Thailand?
I hope all is well. I'll try to drop you an e-mail in a few days.
Best regards.


Roberto Okamura   {K:22851} 2/13/2007
Excellent capture James!
Beautiful lines and light!


Tim  Schumm Tim  Schumm   {K:29196} 2/5/2007
Sweet shot! love the coloring as well as the vision...i would never have thought to shoot this....great eye...congrats on the award.
Hey have you moved back to Canada!?


Alison DuFlon Alison DuFlon   {K:36566} 1/28/2007
Imageopolis Featured Photo Critique Congratulations on your (BIP) well deserved with this photo, the lines, color, lighting and angles are wonderful. Alison


* James * * James *   {K:20200} 1/28/2007
Hi Bhabesh. Thanks for the comment. In fact, the lights on the ceiling at the new Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok are blue, so the WB setting only enhanced what was already there.

Warmest regards ~ James


Bhabesh Chakrabarti Bhabesh Chakrabarti   {K:11394} 1/26/2007
An unusual POV that shows the great complex nature of the structure. Normally I like monochrome tonal quality for this kind of pictures, and don't know which one would be better, but certainly the blues are eye catching. Well seen and photographed, surely an winner.
All the best,




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