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justin_hewlett


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Challenge: Triptych (Advanced Editing IV*)
Camera: Canon PowerShot A75
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Date: Nov 12, 2005
Aperture: N/A
ISO: 50
Shutter: N/A
Galleries: Architecture, Diptych / Triptych
Date Uploaded: Nov 13, 2005

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Place: 81 out of 234
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Avg (commenters): 7.2143
Avg (participants): 5.6720
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Views since voting: 767
Views during voting: 406
Votes: 260
Comments: 15
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11/23/2005 10:35:53 AM
Originally posted by rjkstesch:

Oh, Salt Lake! DWTerry, I'm guessing this is yours, since this is where you work. Nice job.

I wish I could take photos like DWTerry...

But it's a compliment to me that you confused my work with his...probably because of subject matter...
 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/19/2005 09:17:21 PM
Great capture of architecture.
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11/18/2005 07:55:07 PM
All good photos, the B&W works well here with the range of contrast. Nice choice of use of wide angle.
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11/17/2005 11:49:11 PM
Very stark and imposing. I find myself thinking this would look better with the left and middle panels switched for compositional rather than tonal symmetry.
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11/17/2005 11:21:00 PM
love the tones of the images, the lines are what makes my eyes go "woobly".

The temple is great with nice vertical lines, center photos lines leaning right of vertical, then COB is pointing at one oclock - so the impressing as I "read this" is the whole thing is kind of tipping over. I think the lines need to match, or offset each other with the vertical in the middle, for this kind of treatment (triptych).

But did I mention I think the black and white conversions are just spot on - excellent. Did you happen to shoot this at lunch? 7
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11/17/2005 02:50:41 PM
nice lines and black and white usage.
Angles and perspective are very good also.
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11/16/2005 09:20:00 PM
Nicely executed, your is obviously a sure hand. I don't think you found a subject that really made the most of the challenge though - this is just three buildings in the end, rather than containing any strong sense of historical pregression, or overall movement through frame.
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11/16/2005 03:58:45 PM
Oh, Salt Lake! DWTerry, I'm guessing this is yours, since this is where you work. Nice job.
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11/15/2005 11:09:29 PM
Reminds me of that old Petula Clark song from the 60's. Good use of line and architecture. 7
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11/15/2005 01:42:19 PM
Nice grayscale! You did well. I may have put the two modern buildings on each side as they echo each other better. The classical building seems to stand on its own a bit. 7
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11/14/2005 08:33:58 PM
I LOVE this idea, & how it came out. GREAT job!!!
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11/14/2005 04:01:21 PM
The b&w looks good. I like the look of the buildings. I would have put the church in the center with a more straight on look. That way the two similar buildings would have flanked the church.
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11/14/2005 03:40:11 PM
nice shots. B&W works well.
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11/14/2005 12:46:05 AM
wow, great tones. nice contrast. 9
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11/14/2005 12:44:57 AM
It might have been nice to put the more ornate/church looking building in the middle. The style of the two on the right are somewhat similar, in that they're more modern. It would be nice to break them up. Also their backgrounds of sky with clouds are more similar. It might be nice for contrast to change so that the left photo is in the middle.
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