Nice photos there. The exhibition was for the power plant stuff, but who else was in it? was it part of your school?Also, that would have to be the eos 1 yeah?
wo sind die denn noch zu bewundern?
This set is great Sev nice edgy angles and good use of depth of field and lighting I especially like the second one
my class was involved, so other students have also been part of the exhibition and project.the photos in the blog entry were taken with eos 1dsMKII and 35/2 or 50/1.4@alexander: lehargasse 8, semperdepot, klasse für photographie
love the new photos man! and their all in color, kinda surprised me! http://bp0.blogger.com/_hrIwoHYnxgA/RfmUPQcsheI/AAAAAAAAAR0/Hj_MUS1FZDk/s1600-h/XR8W8037.jpg thats by far my favorite photograph, you dont normally see those kinds of people in art galleries
These aren't bad, but they aren't exciting as your leica work.Although the man in red listening to the TV is a good shot
@darinso why the heck shouldn´t it be as good as his leica work? if you can explain that to me in an understandable way...i call you king of the world!
Hihi, I always love the confusing looking people at exhibitions, like the woman with the folder in hand. And the artsy dude explaining with the handmovements. Those are great I think :)
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