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The Louvre at Sunset
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Challenge: Best of 2004 (Advanced Editing III*)
Camera: Sony DSC-F828
Location: Paris, France
Date: Jan 11, 2005
Galleries: Landscape, Architecture
Date Uploaded: Jan 11, 2005

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Statistics
Place: 495 out of 530
Avg (all users): 4.6568
Avg (commenters): 4.1875
Avg (participants): 4.5985
Avg (non-participants): 4.8481
Views since voting: 805
Views during voting: 502
Votes: 338
Comments: 16
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
01/31/2005 08:56:11 AM
Theres a lot of noise in this photo and its a little to dark. I also find the level is off and the photo leans to the right which is very distracting. It would be a nice picture tho and like the way you can see right thru the piramid. Good luck and all the best in 2005.
01/27/2005 09:25:50 PM
This shot had a lot of potential but fell short in this unbelievable challenge and offer the following things that needed improvement: (and trust me, I know night shots aren't easy)
1)The horizon is off a little (needs CCW rotation)
2) Focus/clarity is on the soft side. Perhaps camera movement?
3) Brighness and / or contrast need to be increased.
4) Main subject is dead-center. A more interesting composition would have it slightly off to one side.
5) Noise level (or image compression) in the sky. Neat image may be of use here.

I sincerly hope these help. Still voted this a ((5))
01/27/2005 06:38:51 PM
I'm usually not a stickler for tilted horizons, but this one really stands out. A pretty composiiton to be sure but a little extra post processing could have helped to make the sky less noisy. Nice colors.
01/27/2005 02:01:49 PM
Nice shot, but the off horizon lets it down. If you rotated and changed the crop be even with respect to the lines of light on each side, this would be improved.
01/25/2005 03:23:10 PM
most interesting composition you have here. love the patterns of lights and lines. i hope this isn't getting overlooked in this super-sized challenge, and that viewers are giving this the time necessary to appreciate it. thanks for sharing. good luck with this, and all the challenges yet to come!
  Photographer found comment helpful.
01/24/2005 10:47:20 PM
Nice choice of subject, but it's a little dark.
01/22/2005 11:45:04 PM
too dark for my taste
01/21/2005 07:41:19 AM
Nice picture, although it would have been nice if the shutter would have been open just a wee bit longer in order to allow more light and detail in.
Also, the picture is a bit tilted to the right.. that distracts a bit.
01/20/2005 02:31:50 PM
A shape like a pyramid with a horizon or line of lights should be fully symmetric and straight. Also colors are a bit drab, underexposed.
01/19/2005 07:04:09 AM
Seems a little soft. Also could have benefitted from being rotated so horizon was level.
01/18/2005 03:38:09 PM
Definately needs a longer exposure to get some more details for my liking. Horizon seems crooked and image is out of focus.
01/17/2005 07:57:39 PM
Nice lighting and composition but I think that the horizon line is just a little tilted...
01/17/2005 07:10:21 PM
this is way underexposed and the dead center composition bothers me a lot.
01/17/2005 12:41:27 AM
Too dark. I'd like to see more detail.
01/16/2005 04:17:17 AM
the contrast of light and dark gives a good twilight and moody feel to this image,. I do however find the angle of the horizon a little distracting.
01/16/2005 12:26:14 AM
The crooked horizone here is really offputting, also the image is a little too dark - a longer exposure might have helped. 5


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