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Adam street, hochelaga

May 8, 2012 • 4 comments • 1295 views
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Adam street in Montreal's hochelaga district is the typical old central district heritage street. It is sandwiched between Sainte-Catherine street east to the south and Ontario street east the the north. It is in the east end of town.  The street is an oasis of peaceful and healthy living between two large city strips with large city problems. It is also my neighborhood ; I live on Sainte-Catherine with all the other artists... loving the hardcore. The architectural heritage consists of 100-150 year old houses and appartement buildings, and churches. Nikon D3100_18-55_55-300 VR Nikkor wide angle_ISO100/1600_high contrast monochrome edited in ViewNX 2

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fabulous photographs - perfect balance of all the elements
05.09.12 •
Thank you Tom. I often think my house shots are too angled toward the sky, aiming at the last two levels of the buildings and leaving out the street level. I do this because I find that parked cars ruin the atmosphere and pollute the composition. Cars are a true problem in architectural street photography
05.09.12 •
i get the same with the yellow stuff, but it's everywhere, and i've started to just use it anyway - it pretty much freaks out the sensor in the camera but there you go - why not do some comparatives and put em in image critique group?
05.09.12 •
Good idea. I actually don't mind that yellow stuff at all in you landscapes
05.09.12 •
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