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Eleanor Armstrong Smith Glasshouse

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Kodak Plus-X 220 (expired 2007) developed in Kodak Xtol 1+1.

Fujifilm GA645 Professional, Fujinon EBC 60mm F4, B+W 023 Yellow-Orange filter.
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Cleveland Botanical Gardens
Architect: Graham Gund

This is NOT a night image. This image was taken about 3pm in the afternoon on a bright sunny day! I pointed the camera upward and I let the meter in the camera determine the exposure and this is the result. There was no correction for perspective because if one stands on this spot, the structure tilts the way it's seen here.

I love how the camera's built in exposure meter provides an image that entirely works with this much underexposure!

aNNa schramm, jd weiss, Holden Richards, Jean-marc Picard and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo


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Roger Bennion
Roger Bennion
Love the strong tones here. Most striking work! Faved for sure.

ADMIRED in ARCHITECTURE 4U
3 years ago.
"I Make Photographs" has replied to Roger Bennion
Thank you so much Roger
3 years ago.
Proxar
Proxar
!!! excellent image!
3 years ago.
"I Make Photographs" has replied to Proxar
Thank you
3 years ago.