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Great PixelTerror 2006-05-11 4:59

Hi Babak,
I laughed reading your intro, I'd like to say Mohammad is not such a bad guy because at least he had you buy the right camera, a Canon !
This photo is a nice work in perspective and repetition of the architectural elements, considering the dark area to the right is rather important a vertical framing could have been a better alternative to provide a better sensation of depth, just an idea.
Have a nice day,
Jean-Yves

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Old 05-11-2006, 05:36 PM
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Hi Jean
Thanks for visiting my humble gallery. About Mohammad, actually it was me who made him to buy a canon he was only one step far from taking a Nikon D70 but at the last momeny me with the help of others managed to change his mind:)I'm sure he will confirm that for you.
and about the picrure, the original version was indeed vertical but with some distracting elements to the right of the frame (a gas counter...) I had no choice other than crop it from both sides.
Thanks again for your kind comments
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ha ha ha excellent !
So I have to extend my warmest congratulations to you who persuaded Mohammad to make the right choice and build his superb gallery with the Canon 20D !
BTW great title you gave to the thread, certainly our fellow Nikonists will have fun reading it ;-)
Cheers, JY
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