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harveyword

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PeakD

Architectural Photography - Water Tanks

Notes But water tanks are something you see in the country, surrounded by long grass, up on a hill above the town. Not here, here they s...

harveyword

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PeakD

Architectural Photography - Iconic

Notes SA launch pad for something greater, looking up to the sky, ignoring the grey concrete, the line pushing you towards where you nee...

harveyword

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PeakD

Architectural Photography - Another One

Notes A beautiful building around every corner, and yeah maybe I did a little bit of tilt shifting in post production, but why should I,...

harveyword

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PeakD

Photography - The Building and the Bird

Notes This photo has been sitting on my computer, unloved for almost a year. I'm not sure why I haven't done anything with it, maybe it'...

harveyword

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PeakD

Architectural Photography - Jenny from the Block

Notes Or is it, I'm not that sure, maybe it's statement about the imprisoning nature of beauty, maybe it's just that there was a billboa...

phonographie

7.76

Spring is too early

I ended my last post telling you I also went out on a walk to take some pictures off the cherry blossoms with my new camera. What make th...

harveyword

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PeakD

Photography - Castle in the Backyard

Notes When we told me that she had a castle in her backyard I have to admit I didn't really believe her, I mean that sort of thing doesn...

phonographie

7.76

New toy

Last Thursday (14th of march) it was my birthday. I got from my boyfriend and daughter an instax camera, where I was looking at for a cou...

harveyword

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PeakD

Sunrise Part 2

Rhyll - Phillip Island, Australia (Still) armed with a Fujifilm X-T5 and a 16-80mm lens mere minutes after Sunrise Part 1 The sun is up n...

harveyword

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PeakD

Architectural Photography - Just everything

Notes You don't get this where I come from, you might get one or two things, isolated amongst the mundane but you don't get the layers y...

harveyword

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PeakD

Three Murals by John Murray

John Murray is an artist from outback Australia - possibly Lightning Ridge but these murals and smack bang in the middle of Melbourne, in...

harveyword

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PeakD

Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology in Four Photos - Part 1

This is the MAAT Gallery in Lisbon. It sit on the Tagus river, as does much of Lisboa. It is the new part of the wider MAAT concept/museu...

harveyword

3.8 K
PeakD

Architectural Photography - In The stacks

Notes I've shot this building a number of times, there is something I like about the repetitive nature of the windows, the way that the ...

harveyword

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PeakD

#Monomad Architectural Photography - The Bridge

Notes Not as famous as some, either by type or by location, but interesting none the less. Difficult to shot if I'm honest, too many peo...

harveyword

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PeakD

Architectural Photography - 70's Future

Notes There is something about this building, it's sort of steam punk combined with art deco, combined with 1970's modular. Get yourself...

lighteye

7 K
PeakD

Fujifilm X100VI – Better than Leica? How dare you!

Source / Извор: dzen.ru Fujifilm is unique among the camera manufacturers. They have made some really good stuff, and they have made some...

harveyword

3.8 K
PeakD

Architectural Photography - Space Building

Notes Super Bock Beer is omnipresent in Portugal, so it's unsurprising to see that this building is the Super Bock Arena. Built in 1954 ...

harveyword

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PeakD

Houses in the Morning light

There is nothing better when on Holiday that getting out early, the light will be amazing, the streets largely deserted, and whilst you w...

harveyword

3.8 K
PeakD

Photography - Stick on a Beach

Notes I understand it's just a stick on a beach, but what a beach, 90 miles of uninterupted sand, pounding waves, few people, and what a...

harveyword

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PeakD

Architectural Photography - Stairs

Notes Simple, I'm sure not designed for their beauty, rather function, a way to get the workers from the ground to the first floor, but ...

harveyword

3.8 K
PeakD

Architectural Photography - The Wall

Notes The first real view of Lisbon, we had arrived late the night before, delayed, a little annoyed, but this was the morning, we had c...

harveyword

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PeakD

Architectural Photography - The trademark style is forgetfulness.

Notes Sometimes I don't notice people until I get it back to the monitor at home. Was this one of those times, did I think this was just...

hiddenblade

11.1 K
PeakD

Chatuchak squirrels

I still remember the very first time I saw a squirrel in the streets of Bangkok. We just got our Starbucks coffee and started walking ba...

hiddenblade

11.1 K
PeakD

Photographing people

Since I started doing street photography, I would always just take photos of literally the streets or some random animal or small intere...

harveyword

3.8 K
PeakD

Architectural Photography - Coloured

Notes Sometimes I want the building to appear to be flat, not like I'm standing on the ground looking up, like some mere mortal, no I wa...

harveyword

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PeakD

#Monomad Architectural Photography - Modern

Notes I don't know why I didn't expect it, I mean it is logical that occasionally they would build something newer, something that could...

gituuuttt

892.98
PeakD

Trying out a camera priced at $7499

Engaging in portrait photo sessions is my passion, especially when the photo shoot is well-conceptualized, from selecting the model, make...

hiddenblade

11.1 K
PeakD

Practicing street photography with 80mm lens

Shot with Fuji X-T5, 80mm f/2.8 I've been loving street photography for a while now and it's mostly a wide shot that focuses on the area...

harveyword

3.8 K
PeakD

Architectural Photography - Shapes in Shadow

Notes There is something to be said for sharp shadows on a blue skied afternoon. The idea of a impermeant mark on a stone wall, the idea...

hiddenblade

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PeakD

Macro photos at the park

Photos taken with Fuji X-T5, 80mm macro I went to a park recently to take some photos of random stuff and I realized that parks are a go...