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Footsteps and Whispers
jjbeguin


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Challenge: Triptych (Advanced Editing IV*)
Collection: Architecture/Cityscape
Camera: Sony DSC-F828
Location: Narbonne France
Date: Nov 12, 2005
Date Uploaded: Nov 12, 2005

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Statistics
Place: 64 out of 234
Avg (all users): 5.9401
Avg (commenters): 7.7778
Avg (participants): 5.7778
Avg (non-participants): 6.0851
Views since voting: 972
Views during voting: 444
Votes: 267
Comments: 19
Favorites: 1 (view)


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11/22/2005 05:21:20 PM
oh wow.. i can't believe the placing on this.. this is first class... congrats on fantastic shot.. deserves a lot higher... like ribbon...
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/18/2005 07:39:32 PM
Very impressive, I especially like the amount of detail you were able capture given the low light.
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11/18/2005 05:37:19 PM
nice expression of gothic verticality. the non-alignment of lines is a bit bothersome though. overall good, anyhow. on second thoughts this is one of the few that actually uses 3 different angles on the same subject for the triptych and and you succeed quite well, so I'll rethink and bump you up to 9
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11/18/2005 04:32:21 AM
i really hope its 3 different pictures! so simple, and so effective. Recreating an illusion that no lens could reproduce without serious barrel distortion. great! 8 (because the colors dont match from top and middle frames)
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11/17/2005 11:19:27 PM
this is good. i wish i thought of it - i've pieced stuff together like this but never thought of it for the challenge. very nice work. 7 .. no.... 8
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11/15/2005 10:32:01 PM
terrific perspective of strking architecture. I like your use of the decreasing frame sizes which empasizes the souring space overhead.
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11/15/2005 10:06:33 PM
Really a very stunning shot. I'd prefer the segments to be equal, though, rather than decreasing in size. I'd like to see it as a whole picture after the challenge ends.
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11/15/2005 06:43:55 PM
Perfect. 10
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11/15/2005 04:57:37 PM
Interesting shot, I found myself liking it more each time I came back to view it. Works well as a triptych, which I think enhances the sense of scale.
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11/15/2005 11:45:53 AM
This shot is beautiful. Good Luck.
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11/15/2005 02:50:09 AM
Excellent photo, the angle and granduer is well exhibited and enhanced by the triptych.
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11/14/2005 09:31:09 PM
Dynamite choice of how to segment this, great composition.
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11/14/2005 08:45:15 PM
I like it. The expanse of the ceiling is an excellent shot. I think the triptych nature helps because I think you recomposed for the top shot to aim more up. You did quite well with the lighting of what could be a difficult subject (between the lights of the windows and the darks of the ceiling.) 8
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11/14/2005 06:24:57 PM
Like the way the angles don't quite meet, which shows the image is not just a single shot split up into three. I think you might have made that feature a little more prominent.

I lik ethis image, reminds me of Ely Cathederal, but I guess it could be any of the Great Cathederals.
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11/14/2005 11:06:50 AM
At first this looked to me like one image cut into thirds. It is not. Or is it?
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11/14/2005 08:21:20 AM
Very good concept and well taken
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11/14/2005 03:43:47 AM
Not a fan of the triptych treatment for such an awesome shot. Major kudos on the shot though!
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11/14/2005 03:08:52 AM
I can't see that the separations add anything to t his picture, and there doesn't seem to be any rhyme nor reason to them. The upper one breaks up the beautiful stained glass windows.
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11/14/2005 12:27:04 AM
Fit Challenge Criteria: 2/2
Contrast/Color: 2/2
Composition: 2/2
Photo Quality: 2/2
My Subjective Affinity: 2/2

This is a great shot. Your exposure here is brilliant! This definitely deserves at least top ten! Great work!
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