Suby & Sins House

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Sinem & Suby went on a walkie on Sunday, ofcourse we had to grab one camera as we stepped out the door. We live in an area thats just been/is being built up (we are not really into all that  old character stuff for houses, give us a new modern house and we are happy :) ) anyway we digress, we decided to visit all the new showrooms that have recently been opened for the 2nd and 3rd phase builds and we learned:
1. houses are expensive
2. we want a bigger house
3. we cant afford any of the houses we liked :(

Darn this photography, when is it going to makes us     millionaires???


So while we continue to sulk, here is a siimple image of some of the builds just behind our home.

We definitely are still Suby & Sinem - Creative Photographers

"Ars Longa, Vita Brevis"


Broughton Gate


Sinem & Suby went on a walkie on Sunday, ofcourse we had to grab one camera as we stepped out the door. We live in an area thats just been/is being built up (we are not really into all that  old character stuff for houses, give us a new modern house and we are happy :) ) anyway we digress, we decided to visit all the new showrooms that have recently been opened for the 2nd and 3rd phase builds and we learned:
1. houses are expensive
2. we want a bigger house
3. we cant afford any of the houses we liked :(

Darn this photography, when is it going to makes us     millionaires???


So while we continue to sulk, here is a siimple image of some of the builds just behind our home.

We definitely are still Suby & Sinem - Creative Photographers

"Ars Longa, Vita Brevis"


comments (22)

Millionaires you should be so lucky, I haven’t earned a Penny yet.
I love the Portrait view of this picture its like having three pictures in one, loads of Depth
Suby & Sinem: Maybe this will be the image to set us on our oath to becoming millionaires, you never know smile
  • Roz Sears
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 1 Apr 2008, 07:23
Martin beat me to it with the comment. I love the portrait style for this one - it works so perfectly. (:o)
Suby & Sinem: Thanks so much Roz for the lovely comment grin
This looks like an "artists impression" that you get with new developments. The houses, when built, never look anything like it! Nice shot
Suby & Sinem: Aww thanks, we really happy with this image ourselves
  • Ferdi
  • 1 Apr 2008, 12:25
Great DOF ! Love the colors !
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Ferdi grin
  • ray
  • Thailand
  • 1 Apr 2008, 12:26
Fresh spring colours really pop out of my monitor...you must live in a suburb of Lollypopland, Sub&Sin!
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Ray, yes we do live in the Surburbs of Milton Keynes LOL smile
  • vintage
  • australia
  • 1 Apr 2008, 12:42
Great colours ,reflection and big sky
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Vintage, we glad you like smile
  • Earnest
  • United States
  • 1 Apr 2008, 12:54
Nice touch on the processing... and as any millionaire would tell you, money can't buy happiness... at least that's what they tell everyone... keeps them smiling.
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Earnest, hopefully we will be able to tell you if thats true when we become one grin
Too overly saturated for me...my millions will probably come...err...soon...I'm sure.

When "I" start making it.
Suby & Sinem: Thats the aim bro, well we need to start making it "ASAP" smile
  • PhotoSam
  • London, U.K.
  • 1 Apr 2008, 14:03
woah, bit too bright... but i really really like that sky...
Suby & Sinem: Bright? Quick recaliberate your screens as it looks fine here smile Thanks
  • Martin
  • United States
  • 1 Apr 2008, 14:30
Nice! The shot looks like an architect's drawing. I rather like the effect from the houses on up, but the grass in the foreground seems a bit too life-like compared to the rest of the image (minor nitpick).
Suby & Sinem: Nitpick away Martin, we do always like to hear what people really think, Yeah the grass is a little vivid, but we wanted the sorta surreal feal to the image grin Thanks for the comment.
  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 1 Apr 2008, 14:35
I was going to say exactly what Martin (the last one) said: this reminds me of an architectural drawing that would be in the publicity brochure!
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Ginnie, smile
It is a good thing that I am independently wealthy because this photography stuff around here will only earn a living if you want to spend your life at weddings.
There is no snow. How can this be? I am surrounded by the crap.
  • henri
  • France
  • 1 Apr 2008, 17:24
Superbe! J'aime beaucoup le post traitement ;-)
  • tim
  • united kindom
  • 1 Apr 2008, 18:17
great image, as a builder is this style common with other developments nearby as you don't see that style of houses round Leeds, sure do look expensivesmile
  • Tracy
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 1 Apr 2008, 19:22
New development shot for sure. They take ages to finalise the whole project. Looks cool.
Interesting color treatment!
  • Fausto
  • Paramaribo
  • 1 Apr 2008, 21:17
You are "looking" at the answer to your question. It's not when photography is going to make you millionaires...it's how.
You made a magnificent picture of real estate.....get my drift?
Love this shot,the colors and the reflection in the water. Almost looks unreal but still looks perfect.

ps: You can afford the houses you like but you don't know it jet smile
  • DrAW!
  • nigeria
  • 1 Apr 2008, 22:13
this is really beautiful!

i'd've cropped off a little of the unnecessary grass at the botttom (but then i'd loose the lovely slender format)

hdri purists will have your head for this though

photography in itself is not likely to make you millionaires...

however, celebrity or savvy entrepreneurship (supported with good business/accounting methods) could

then there's the lottery
It is bright but also refreshing, good luck on the millions...
Lol smile I have the same problem smile Nice sight !
You're using that "unknown" camera again. It gives results like an artist's impression.
Suby & Sinem: LOL Colin, its not about the camera, but what one can do with whats in ones hand, we use anything from pocket cameras to the SLRs smile
The bright colours really attracted me to this photo. I'd also love to live in one of those houses.
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Richard, not our usual type of photography but we do sometimes like to throw some diverse images into the pot smile Have a look at this slideshow and let us know what you think smile
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9aAynbn-60

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