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Diagonal Multiplicity (Inspired by Mundane Challenge Blue)
Diagonal Multiplicity (Inspired by Mundane Challenge Blue)
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Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Deja Vu (Advanced Editing III)
Camera: Canon EOS-10D
Location: Birmingham UK
Date: Dec 16, 2004
Aperture: f19
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/60
Galleries: Abstract, Cityscape
Date Uploaded: Dec 16, 2004

I didn't want to do an exact copy, so went for a diagonal theme in portraite, but used the same style and viewpoint as Multiplicity Destroys Mundanity by Paul Kilkenny.

Thanks for the inspiration Paul, hope I've done your blue ribbon justice ;-)

File Name
CRW_0273.CRW
Camera Model Name
Canon EOS 10D
Shooting Date/Time
16/12/2004 13:03:08
Shooting Mode
Shutter Speed Priority AE
Tv( Shutter Speed )
1/60
Av( Aperture Value )
19
Metering Mode
Partial
Exposure Compensation
-1/2
ISO Speed
100
Lens
16.0 - 35.0mm
Focal Length
16.0mm
Image Size
3072x2048
Image Quality
RAW
Flash
Off
White Balance
Auto
AF Mode
AI Focus AF
Parameters
Contrast Normal
Sharpness Normal
Color saturation Normal
Color tone Normal
Color Space
Adobe RGB
File Size
5516KB

Statistics
Place: 8 out of 106
Avg (all users): 6.8911
Avg (commenters): 8.3333
Avg (participants): 6.7826
Avg (non-participants): 6.9474
Views since voting: 2684
Views during voting: 439
Votes: 202
Comments: 18
Favorites: 6 (view)


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06/08/2005 01:41:14 PM
Superb clarity and DOF here. Very satisfying shot indeed - as is the design of this excellent building - tactile.
06/08/2005 01:29:12 PM
Not sure what this is but it is really great. Nice job on the DOF, color and the angle. Just made it to my favorite list. Great job...
12/27/2004 09:57:03 AM
Keith: I had put my money on this one because dare I say, it surpasses the original. Congratulations on your 8th finish. This effort has impressed many of us.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
12/26/2004 08:21:49 PM
Returning for comments:
A fantastic presentation with beauty matching that of the original. Bumping up. Bumped again. This image is certainly the most superior. Last Bump to 10
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12/23/2004 09:16:16 PM
This is a terrific image, one of my favourites of this challenge.
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12/23/2004 09:11:21 PM
very very strong image. I find no flaws in it aside from wondering if it might need just a hair more agressive tonal range
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12/23/2004 05:57:01 PM
I like this shot even better than the original winner. I like the lighting a lot, the angle is great, with a good sense of depth to the circles...and even the sky is nice. Great job!
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12/23/2004 01:14:16 PM
Stunning! Beautifully done. 9 and marked as favorite.
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12/23/2004 02:38:20 AM
Exended depth of field and just the right light angle.
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12/21/2004 11:36:16 PM
Great, love the perspective 8
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12/21/2004 07:14:14 PM
Nice take on the original and you were lucky in that you got a much better sky in your shot. Love the clouds and your angle of the shot.
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12/21/2004 10:36:41 AM
I like your choice of subject to pay tribute to. Your sky is pleasing. The orientation of the photo feels odd to me, somehow unbalanced, losing the original's sense of landscape and making this seem more monumental.
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12/20/2004 08:32:08 PM
dang, I never knew how this fitted into the 'mundane' challenge, in the first place - at least tis certainly fits here :-) I still find it an uncomfortable shape, compositionally, though this is a good approach. I personally think it needs to be set against the genuine mundanity of te Brum skyline to stand the best chance of working as a shot, but never got a chance in the week i spent there last August. Good work here though.
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12/20/2004 07:45:36 PM
Fascinating take on an image I have enjoyed looking at many times. Your new take is fabulous.
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12/20/2004 03:28:37 PM
brilliant
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12/20/2004 02:17:53 PM
I keep flipping back and forth between this and the original- can't decide which I like more!
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12/20/2004 01:58:12 PM
I think you've improved on the original! And I still don't know what this thing is; hope you can give us a view of the entire structure after the challenge.
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12/20/2004 12:12:19 AM
This is actually better than the original.
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