Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Signs, Signs - Hedpler Furniture

Andy | Wednesday, June 12, 2013 | Best Blogger Tips

I keep debating if I should purchase a wide angle lens. In the meantime I'll be stitching my panoramas together. It's not the best software but it does work. I'm linking to Lesley's Signs, Signs.

14 comments:

  1. You always find a reason to depart from your money for a hobby. Buy that lens, you won't regret it. If the high grade furniture has the same charisma as the building then they are in trouble I am afraid but it looks like the furniture makers are already long gone.

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    1. I think you are right S.C. I tried searching the internet for info on Hespeler Furniture but everything refers to as past tense. I think this is more of a ghost sign.

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  2. I love a wide angle, so I would say go for it.
    Although I couldn't tell this one had been "doctored". :)

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  3. Nice shot- what a neat old building.

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  4. This sign is like reading the scroll across the TV during the newscast! You'd think they'd come up with a nicer sign!

    If you did indeed patch this photo together, you did a bang up job, my friend! Either that or all your commenters need glasses! Hahahahaha!

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  5. I'm glad the building is still being used!

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  6. I like the three dimensional look that you get from wide angle lenses. Could not discover any stitches here though..

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  7. I think you did a great job. Would never guess it's been stitched. I've never tried that...maybe I should?

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  8. Good panorama for that ghost sign. Too bad the company doesn't still make furniture, but that happens. Just got a camera that stitches pictures together to do panorama, but I'm intrigues by yours.

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  9. It looks pretty good to me! (Though a wide-angle lens sounds nice too:)

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  10. What a great-looking building and ghost sign, and so nice that the building is still being used.

    ~Lindy

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  11. I keep having the same debate.
    It looks like this building is getting lots of use - i haven't seen it in awhile.

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  12. Great sign!

    I'm quite fond of my wide angle zoom (Canon 10-22mm). They are a lot of fun.

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  13. go wide angle, i havent taken mine off since buying it!!!

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