2024-04-21 Field Trip 1

SAIT Campus Architecture Exterior and Interior

Sunday April 21 was a cool windy day. Five of us set of on our SAIT Architecture Photography Safari. We were lucky to have Deb in our group, as she knew SAIT well, being a retired employee. I must say that SAIT was the better choice for architectural interest, and Sunday being not busy at all.

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21 Responses to 2024-04-21 Field Trip 1

  1. Henri says:

    I liked this crop for it’s design quality. Straight lines contrasting with the roundness of the ball.

  2. Henri says:

    Glass Tower – Used perspective crop to straighten distortions. Used AI to remove off-center lamp and rebuild ceiling. Then placed the circular lamp exactly in the center. Removed top of my head with AI.

  3. Della 朱世芸 Ho says:

    a pattern of the roof 1/100076mm f11 ISO 400

  4. Della 朱世芸 Ho says:

    I like the curve of the building and the colour1/500 f11 26.5mm ISO 400

  5. Della 朱世芸 Ho says:

    reflection on the ball , inspired by Debbie1/640 200mm f7.1 ISO 400

  6. della says:

    Heritage hall71mm 1/80 f7.1 ISO 400

  7. Della 朱世芸 Ho says:

    colourful tower1/1000 42mm f7.1 1 ISO 400

  8. Henri says:

    Gallery of columns. Perspective correction to correct for upward vanishing point and fence removed with AI.

  9. Henri says:

    SAIT – Historic main entrance. Used perspective crop to straighten vertical vanishing point distortion. Used transform to correct foreshortening due to perspective crop. Used masking to selectively darken area around portal.

  10. Beth says:

    Sorry to miss the field trip but went to Sait on Monday to take some photos. This one is the Energy Building Entrance, looks like a space ship. Taken with ab 18-55 mm lens at f/22, 1/100 sec, ISO 250

  11. Debbie McCluskey says:

    It was great to finally meet folks in person! I am glad I could provide some insight on the buildings and some of the history. I really liked the perspective of the ball. It looks almost as large as the building. This was taken at an upward angle. On AV setting, F5.6 1/400 sec, auto ISO 100.

  12. Debbie McCluskey says:

    These images were found in the corners of the Heritage building. This one is of a surveyor.

  13. Debbie McCluskey says:

    This reminded me the end of school term. The quietness of another year completed, and the waiting for the next round of students. AV setting F5.6, 1/100 sec and ISO set at 100.
    Only cropped.

  14. tony campos says:

    Another take on the sphere (background removed)

  15. tony campos says:

    Another shot of the main entrance

  16. tony campos says:

    I liked the array of tables and lines on the floor

  17. tony campos says:

    Interesting lighting – I increased the exposure black level

  18. tony campos says:

    And this is my favorite shot – changed hue and saturation a bit

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