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Challenge: Authority (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix S3000
Location: slc
Date: Nov 18, 2004
Date Uploaded: Nov 19, 2004

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Statistics
Place: 12 out of 149
Avg (all users): 5.7860
Avg (commenters): 6.8889
Avg (participants): 5.8025
Avg (non-participants): 5.7794
Views since voting: 804
Views during voting: 401
Votes: 285
Comments: 19
Favorites: 1 (view)


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12/01/2004 12:29:48 AM
Congratulations on your 14th placing. A dashing type of image with great angle and superb cropping.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/30/2004 01:53:28 AM
Should've shown some (more?) of the barbed wire
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11/28/2004 11:22:22 AM
Like the skewed angle, makes for a more interesting shot of a boring sign. Although, the sign is very colorful. I like the way the top of the fence cuts the corner too.
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11/28/2004 07:06:14 AM
excelent use of primarys, interesting lines and angle. very cool
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11/27/2004 12:09:53 PM
Nice but it would be more clearer if the sign was more straight and not crooked but very creative!
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11/26/2004 03:39:42 PM
awesome vibrant colors. demerits for the dizzying composition angle.
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11/26/2004 12:34:57 AM
I like the use of the angle here.... makes it considerably more interesting than it would have otherwise been. The over saturation makes the sign look great but the sky is much tooo blue in the top left.
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11/25/2004 03:29:47 PM
Beautiful, vivid colors!
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11/24/2004 08:00:07 PM
Excellent Color. Interesting Angle. This is a strong entry in my opinion.
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11/24/2004 07:38:17 PM
ugh, now I'm dizzy. I think a standard horizon would have worked better
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11/24/2004 02:08:14 PM
This is another example of the "angle club" I don't see how this angle adds much to the photo, and because of it, I cannot see any of the environment.
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11/24/2004 01:20:02 PM
Yeah, this one's great. Very clear colours, a simple message with an ironic comment in the title. I don't know why, but the rotation's nice, too. Perhaps, sometime, you can teach me why.
I guess I can finally handle out a 10. Well done.
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11/24/2004 06:50:43 AM
I like the way you gave it a tilt. the colors are nice but imo the shadow on the sign is not really helping. But nice picture.
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11/24/2004 05:36:10 AM
Great colour
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11/24/2004 03:30:00 AM
Great saturation of colours.
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11/24/2004 02:42:39 AM
i know someone who used to have one of those signs hanging in their bedroom...he thought it was really cool...can't remember his name (not that it matters, that was a long time ago, when signs didn't seem to carry as much authority as they do today). nice shot, like the angle. good luck!
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11/24/2004 01:33:54 AM
Interesting angle. I like the saturation, focus, and clarity.
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11/24/2004 01:15:01 AM
clean image vivid colour i like the shot
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11/24/2004 12:27:03 AM
Great angle, it gives a dizzying effect which works well with the concept, but I would crop this a little tighter. It seems to be fading off the frame due to the shadow. That takes away from the imposing image the artist was trying to convey, especially since the title makes a dare. I would also shoot the shot from below even more. Let the sign tower over the viewer.
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