Saturday, March 21, 2009

Featured at the Cinema Today

f3.5, 1/1600, iso: Lo1, focal length: 18mm, exposure: -0.3, no flash
I didn't think I'd get any good pictures of the local run-down theatres, but I actually had a lot of fun! Anyone want to come watch a movie with me tonight? ;)
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14 comments:

Carly Carlson said...

I love this Mindy! Great shot! :)

Teri said...

Your Cinema sign reminds me of an old time Theater, I love it. You captured the colors in the sky really well too.

Katy said...

I'll come watch a movie! I Love this picture, what a great idea too! I love that the sign is in the corner and the clouds are really just so pretty!

The Wisers said...

I love it, the clouds were definately on your side!

Shanda Call said...

Love the composition, and the sky! nice job

Mindy said...

Melissa, I totally agree... I don't know how the clouds could've been better! Thank you, clouds! ;) I was worried about the lighting (especially with the great friday feature from April... this was definitely a hard light situation), but it was the time I had to shoot, so I went for it.

Melinda said...

I very nearly did the same thing...and I'm so glad your take did so well!!

{Alynn} said...

Love your angle and where you decided to cut off the sign, and of course, the sky! I really love this shot!

Blake said...

nice shot. kind hard to get level with that lol. But I love the angle up instead of being far away to be level. makes it more interesting.

Travis and Jenny Holloway said...

Love the angle and the colors! Great interpretation of the assignment too!

Rachel H. said...

DANG IT ALL MINDY!Your pictures make me drool. LOVE this!

princess jen said...

I had thought of this too but your cinema shot works much better than mine would have. I like the old timey feel and I love the clouds in the back. I like how the photo is framed. You did fabulous!

Lindy said...

Mindy, I am absolutely in love with everything about this photo! Way to go!

AprilF said...

Love this!! I love the vintage looking colors. I'm torn on the sky though- I *almost* wish there was a little less.