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Up The Wall
Up The Wall

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Challenge: Rhythm (Classic Editing)
Camera: Sony DSC-F707
Location: downtown montgomery
Date: Feb 13, 2003
Aperture: F8
ISO: 1/100s
Shutter: 100
Galleries: Architecture, Black and White
Date Uploaded: Feb 14, 2003

Taken downtown Montgomery of the steps to the parking deck of a state building.

Place: 5 out of 79
Avg (all users): 6.8365
Avg (commenters): 7.9231
Avg (participants): 6.6716
Avg (non-participants): 7.1351
Views since voting: 1925
Votes: 104
Comments: 17
Favorites: 3 (view)

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02/24/2003 09:19:52 AM
Thank you for the comments and notes :)
02/24/2003 07:52:01 AM
Great job!
02/24/2003 01:07:44 AM
Nice work Shiiizzzam, this was one of my favorites for this challenge. Congrats on a great shot.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
02/23/2003 09:37:54 PM
I like this picture. It has a warm flowing feeling to it
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02/23/2003 07:13:17 PM
I can almost SEE the music in this shot. 10
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02/23/2003 02:26:01 PM
The curves presented here in contrast to the hard lines of the building make for a nice composition. I also like the crop at the top and bottom, it is a very pleasing symetery. Your decision to desaturate was also good, it makes the steel of the stairs seem that much cooler. Great shot, in my top 10 this week!
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02/23/2003 09:24:56 AM
Nice scene, a human figure on these stairs would have transformed this good shot into a great one. 8
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02/22/2003 12:00:44 PM
This is very nice. I really like this shot. Very rhythmic. Very interesting too. I like the contrast in this show and the crop that was chosen.
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02/22/2003 07:13:24 AM
Very nice, I like the choice of using sepia here, it looks great. Nice rhythm in the photo too, with the staircase.
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02/20/2003 03:40:29 PM
would love to see a person on the third landing, or something to break up the pattern and reward my eye for 'climbing' all those stairs
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02/20/2003 08:34:41 AM
Excellent shot... I love architectural designs like this one, and I think you got the rhythm idea down nicely here :) - setzler
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02/19/2003 12:13:23 AM
Good shot, it seems to be leaning to the right a bit though.
02/18/2003 12:57:41 PM
Nice choice of subject for this challenge. I like cropping at the top which helps the viewer imply that this goes on forever. The B/W effect probably strengthens this. The only thing I can see that might help is to keep the vertical lines straight up and down.
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02/18/2003 10:22:38 AM
Great symetry shot. Wonderful image and truly captures the spirit of the topic. Was this shot wide angle? I am seeing some weird perspective lines. That is my only critique on this image left side is straight, right side is crooked. Still a wonderful rhythm shot... Dave
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02/18/2003 09:58:28 AM
Neat. I like the tone of this photo. The landings and stairs are a bit like musical notes on a score. It's too bad that the angle didn't allow you to make the horizontals horizontal and the bottoms of the landings even sizes.
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02/17/2003 02:38:37 PM
Nice tone, and there is a good sense of movement present, but I think it may make a stronger image without the front portion of wall on the left. Still, I can see where not cropping it out helps with the perspective control. Great shot.
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02/17/2003 12:52:51 AM
captures the motif well. angle is slightly off but otherwise very well done!
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