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drain with railing
old sewing machine used as resturant table legs
all the above images were taken on my mobile phone camera
now i have a real camera.
Wow! cell phone camera have come a long way! Those are great shots. I especially like the perspective in the first!
Wow! The shots you have are clear for a mobile shot. Nice one! I’m playing too, here’s my entry LINK.
Excellent photos! I especially like the first one. I like iron fences.
I did Photo Hunt today, too. I hope you get a chance to visit and leave your link. 🙂
New York Traveler.net Photo Hunters: Metal
Great angles on all of them.
Have fune with your “real” camera!
Don’t discount the cell phone camera, just like in your case, they can take great pictures. I like all three of yours a lot. They are well composed and have a lot of detail. Even with a “real” camera, there are people that couldn’t come close to your results. Nice job!
This is really lovely. It reminds me of some posh NYC apartment building with a disgruntled doorman in a tight coat and smart little hat.
My metal is posted. Drop by for a visit if you can!
Your mobile cam has a good resolution.
Not bad at all for a mobile phone camera. But I can’t wait to see what you do with a “real” camera.
That’s a good idea, my bro once used the old sewing machine in a rocking chair.
Take a look at my entries! Happy Photohunting
That first is my favorite. It’s great! I like them all.
Very nice macro shots on the gate. Clear details too. 🙂
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