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    Mar 2004
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    John F. Kennedy Library - Boston, MA

    Architectural images have always held a fascination for me and my trip to the JFK library in Boston was a memorable visit. It was my first shoot with my new Nikon F100 and I want to share these with you all. There are 8 photos in the folder at the following link (easier than uploading them all here).

    I process all my own negs & prints in my home darkroom and scan for digital uploading. I haven't yet taken the plunge with digital camera yet (but I'm planning on it soon!)

    Please feel free to offer up any suggestions for improvement.
    Last edited by rcauley; 03-18-2004 at 09:40 AM. Reason: spelling correction

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    Co-Moderator, Photography as Art forum megan's Avatar
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    Planet Megan - Astoria, NY

    Very cool B&W's!

    Neat architecture and adept handling of the subject matter.
    It's hard to pick a favorite!

    Thanks for sharing!


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    Sleep is optional Sebastian's Avatar
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    Chicago Suburbs

    Great angles, perfect sky, you did a nice job balancing the highlights and shadows. The ones with the stairs, nice job using them as abstrast elements in the frame.

    My website

    (Please don't edit and repost my images without my permission. Thank you)

    How to tell the most experienced shooter in a group? They have the least amount of toys on them.

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