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Store Door

Posted by
Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 25 August 2012 in Miscellaneous.

I'm thinking I might darken the windows more.
The last door in my door series. This is the entrance to a jewelry store in the small town of Oxford, PA.
Thank you for following me in this door series.
Taking pictures of doors has broadened my photographic vision.

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Lokesh from Hyderabad, India

looks interesting with the brick wall ... any other wall would not have done entire justice to it ....

25 Aug 2012 5:02am

L'Angevine from Angers, France

intéressante architecture

25 Aug 2012 8:24am

Bo Mackison from Madison, Wisconsin, United States

Love doors, all most as much as I love chairs and windows...
I'd love to see the window darker.

25 Aug 2012 12:36pm

Brenda from Canton, United States

Oh, my - why are you finished? You have such a talent for capturing unique door images. Love the assymmetrical arrangement here.

25 Aug 2012 3:37pm

@Brenda: The door series came about as a project some people in the Chester County Camera Club did over the summer. We had a list of types of doors to photograph. I completed the list. But, as you can imagine, I now notice doors everywhere I go. So, I may be photographing more. Thanks so very much for the encouragement.

RBL from Oxford, United States

Fantastic frame and textures ... very charming! I enjoyed your series!

25 Aug 2012 11:13pm

@RBL: Thanks. I'm glad you enjoyed these doors. They were fun. I'm sure you know this store.

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

The big diamond on the sign was my hint that it was a jewelry store. ;-) Very nice series.

26 Aug 2012 3:07am

Doug from Burnham-on-Sea, United Kingdom

Nicely composed, I think the windows are fine as they are showing reflections of the street. An interesting series and topic for your camera club, I enjoy the ones my club sets, it stretches our vision to think about subjects we wouldn't normally include.
As you may have guessed after seeing I've included a couple of these in my remix, I find door's, and locks fascinating. They are often unique and sometimes mysterious, always a great subject.

26 Aug 2012 6:40am

@Doug: I appreciate your thoughtful comment. You are completely right about club assignments stretching our vision.

Bruce from Tacoma, United States

A very nice presentation of it. I like the window shape offsetting the door.

26 Aug 2012 8:58pm

Julie L. Brown from Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Nice composition. I like the detail around the door frame. You're thinking that darkening the windows will decrease distractions from being able to see inside?

27 Aug 2012 10:00am

@Julie L. Brown: Thanks. Yes to your question about darkening the windows. I tried it, but don't like it as much.

rian from vestavia hills, United States

ah, it looks pricey.. *shivers* ;D

28 Aug 2012 2:23pm

Marcie from United States

This is such a great idea for a project. Wonderful shapes and textures here.

29 Aug 2012 11:56am

crazy Steve from caln township, Pennsylvania, United States

The door series has been a treat. I will have to get back into the CCCC for inspiration.

30 Aug 2012 12:48am

@crazy Steve: Glad you liked it. Do get back into CCCC. Check out the website for details of meeting location and days--there were changes made last year.

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

Learn a lot about composition going for doors . . unlike flowers, they are static and very slow to change. But the rewards are there as we see here. Neat series.

4 Sep 2012 8:04am

This image has been featured in 1 Remix collection.

Doors & locks by Doug

NIKON D300
1/200 second
F/9.0
ISO 200
42 mm

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