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Auckland "Hypodermic" Sky Tower Lit for Chrismas
12/07/2004 12:39:07 PM
Auckland "Hypodermic" Sky Tower Lit for Chrismas
by gruvin

Comment by brockmd:
good photo, the 2 streetlights at the bottom are quite distracting.
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Auckland "Hypodermic" Sky Tower Lit for Chrismas
12/07/2004 11:25:51 AM
Auckland "Hypodermic" Sky Tower Lit for Chrismas
by gruvin

Comment by Bud:
Cool foto, the colors are great.
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Auckland "Hypodermic" Sky Tower Lit for Chrismas
12/07/2004 04:40:13 AM
Auckland "Hypodermic" Sky Tower Lit for Chrismas
by gruvin

Comment by 3DsArcher:
I very nearly used the Sky Tower as it was the first idea that came into my mind. It is nicely lit and the green & red compliment each other. There appears to be dust or moisture spots in the sky which is a shame because I like the way you have exposed this.
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Auckland "Hypodermic" Sky Tower Lit for Chrismas
12/07/2004 12:37:48 AM
Auckland "Hypodermic" Sky Tower Lit for Chrismas
by gruvin

Comment by Sonda:
I like the intense colors of the tower, but I can see some large connecting lighter circles in the sky, from post editing?. Make sure your monitor is calibrated correctly, unless it was intentional.
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Auckland "Hypodermic" Sky Tower Lit for Chrismas
12/06/2004 09:58:59 PM
Auckland "Hypodermic" Sky Tower Lit for Chrismas
by gruvin

Comment by magnus:
Great tower, but I'd prefer a litle less foreground, like cropping off the bottom half inch or so.
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Auckland "Hypodermic" Sky Tower Lit for Chrismas
12/06/2004 02:21:42 AM
Auckland "Hypodermic" Sky Tower Lit for Chrismas
by gruvin

Comment by Prof_Fate:
The buildings and lights in the foreground add nothing but distraction. you could have cloned them out or made them darker -or better yet, tried a different angle on the tower.
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The 1855MH Super Power Drive (Batteries not invented)
12/05/2004 07:51:45 AM
The 1855MH Super Power Drive (Batteries not invented)
by gruvin

Comment by Arcanist:
Nice choice of subject. Definitely low technology. Great focal point and DOF. Something in the contrast between the wetness of the wheel and the desaturation has made the image seem more of a miniature (model) wheel rather than the real thing. Perhaps a reversed desat would still focus on the wheel while correcting this.
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The 1855MH Super Power Drive (Batteries not invented)
12/04/2004 10:07:27 PM
The 1855MH Super Power Drive (Batteries not invented)
by gruvin

Comment by Cam:
Very interesting old water wheel...nice shot.
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The 1855MH Super Power Drive (Batteries not invented)
12/01/2004 07:49:11 AM
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The 1855MH Super Power Drive (Batteries not invented)
11/30/2004 09:05:56 PM
The 1855MH Super Power Drive (Batteries not invented)
by gruvin

Comment by saintaugust:
great shot. it looks like a scale model almost for some reason. great clarity.
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