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Wider Road to Come
Wider Road to Come
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Challenge: In the Beginning... (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Canon PowerShot A70
Location: Orlando
Date: Mar 27, 2005
Aperture: f4.5
ISO: auto
Shutter: 1/400
Galleries: Urban, Transportation
Date Uploaded: Mar 29, 2005

Construction zone. Applied curves to intensify the bulldozer's color, USM, crop, resize.

Statistics
Place: 285 out of 300
Avg (all users): 3.6690
Avg (commenters): 2.8947
Avg (participants): 3.3333
Avg (non-participants): 3.9146
Views since voting: 638
Views during voting: 385
Votes: 284
Comments: 20
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
04/05/2005 11:39:23 PM
I don't like whatever was done with the color/contrast....destroys what could have been a good picture /opinion
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04/04/2005 10:45:57 PM
I like your idea, but it feels overly processed...details, shapness and clarity suffered.
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04/04/2005 12:41:54 AM
a little too flourescent for my taste
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04/03/2005 07:16:00 PM
Great angle and composition yet I feel you have gone over the top on the contrast as there is a very strong outline on top of the trees and the reflection in the puddle, also the yellows are going slightly day-glo green and my mind just wants them to be a vibrant yellow.
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04/01/2005 10:17:24 PM
Interesting presentation of progress. Amazing use of colors.
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03/31/2005 11:29:37 AM
Looks like you overedited.
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03/31/2005 11:07:49 AM
not sure about the decision to use massive saturation here - lots of artefacts and haloes. Interesting effect, but not a great photo to me.
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03/30/2005 11:42:52 PM
This is an interesting use of color. The picture sort of crosses the boundry between being a negative and a slide.
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03/30/2005 09:55:38 PM
this is so pixelated and strange looking ...
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03/30/2005 09:17:27 PM
Good concept, but overprocessed.
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03/30/2005 09:02:33 PM
Yikes! Eerie colors.
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03/30/2005 07:55:25 PM
saturation and contrast are awfully high here.
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03/30/2005 05:49:04 PM
Appears to be photoshopped beyond recognition
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03/30/2005 05:28:49 PM
wow way overexposed or saturated or something, even tho I like the take on the challene
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03/30/2005 02:39:16 PM
The colors are all wierded out. Was this solarized? This photo does a remarkable job by being both cluttered with things that do nothing for the photo - things which give us no hint about what we are to look for or see - and in being totally without a subject. It is a sort of deconstruction (if you will) of landscape photography. With just a bit more uglification, I think the score would start going back up.
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03/30/2005 11:13:15 AM
What happened to those colors?
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03/30/2005 06:04:30 AM
i am not to sure what happen here........
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03/30/2005 03:58:55 AM
The post processing has gone too far for me
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03/30/2005 01:10:43 AM
the colors are alittle to harsh, nice idea though.
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03/30/2005 12:20:51 AM
really overprocessed, let your image stand more or less on its own, let it work for you not the other way around
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