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Roof Structure Patterns
Dec 3, 2019 18:18:24   #
dansmith Loc: Southwest Alberta Canada
 
Another day, another mall, another camera..... just killin' time.


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Dec 3, 2019 18:27:30   #
Linda From Maine Loc: Yakima, Washington State, home since 2002
 
Nicely seen and captured!

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Dec 3, 2019 21:53:37   #
dansmith Loc: Southwest Alberta Canada
 
Thanks Linda

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Dec 4, 2019 09:11:06   #
jaymatt Loc: Alexandria, Indiana
 

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Dec 4, 2019 09:38:54   #
TomC. Loc: Bel Air, MD
 
dansmith wrote:
Another day, another mall, another camera..... just killin' time.


...and just hangin'.
I like it.

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Dec 4, 2019 09:59:51   #
mallen1330 Loc: Chicago western suburbs
 
Nice! Very few of us look up when in public and semi-public spaces. As a photographer and retired architect, I find the ceilings and roof structure the most interesting elements of old and new buildings.

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Dec 4, 2019 14:07:33   #
dansmith Loc: Southwest Alberta Canada
 
Thanks all. Took my $5. Nikon 600AF along hoping to get some frustrated xmas shopper shots. Learned that the auto features of this capable compact aren't as comparable with street as I had hoped. Always on the lookout for patterns and the roof over the food fair obliged.

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Dec 7, 2019 22:26:39   #
truckster Loc: Tampa Bay Area
 
dansmith wrote:
Thanks all. Took my $5. Nikon 600AF along hoping to get some frustrated xmas shopper shots. Learned that the auto features of this capable compact aren't as comparable with street as I had hoped. Always on the lookout for patterns and the roof over the food fair obliged.


Ironic how we go out "looking" for a photo opportunity in one genre but find it in another ... good capture.

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Dec 8, 2019 12:11:37   #
dansmith Loc: Southwest Alberta Canada
 
Thanks trickster. Being a bit of a fan of street, every once in a while I give it a try with limited results. The pocket Nikon' was chosen for its wide 28mm lens but its auto features gave me motion blur when not needed and surprisingly all too many oof frames. Add this to the inevitable misses, and the exercise turned into a film waster. Next time out, something off the shelf that allows me to make the settings.

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Dec 9, 2019 13:44:54   #
truckster Loc: Tampa Bay Area
 
dansmith wrote:
Thanks trickster. Being a bit of a fan of street, every once in a while I give it a try with limited results. The pocket Nikon' was chosen for its wide 28mm lens but its auto features gave me motion blur when not needed and surprisingly all too many oof frames. Add this to the inevitable misses, and the exercise turned into a film waster. Next time out, something off the shelf that allows me to make the settings.


I use both a Nikon d7000 and a Fuji X100F. I find the Fuji "quicker on the draw" but I still like the Nikon. Like you, I have a lot of throwaways ...

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Feb 24, 2020 21:24:38   #
alamomike47 Loc: San Antonio, Texas
 
Interesting

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