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Challenge: Temperature (Classic Editing)
Camera: Sony DSC-S85
Location: in town
Date: Jul 12, 2003
Aperture: 1:2.5
Shutter: 1/80s
Date Uploaded: Jul 12, 2003

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Place: 92 out of 92
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07/20/2003 10:31:21 PM
I'm afraid I don't get a sense of temperature from this - a definite sense of something night-time possibly involving emergency vehicles or a tow truck, but no sense of temperature. It's quite probable the elements are there, but this image is very small - at less than 200 pixels on a side, it is hard to see any detail. Up to 640 pixels are allowed on a side - there's allowance for a lot more detail than we can see in an image that's this small physically.

File size can be up to 150 k - it looks like yours is only 6k - so even for the physical size of the image, it's probably not giving us very much detail.

If you need help with sizing - check out the forums (see the community link in the menu). I had some trouble with file size (rather than display size) early on and got some great advice from one of the threads there as well as comments on my photos.
07/20/2003 01:14:49 AM
At this level of detail, it looks more cold than hot to me.
07/19/2003 06:01:47 PM
This is just too small and indistinct to evaluate properly!
07/19/2003 03:37:59 PM
sorry but this picture is just too small.
07/17/2003 07:38:42 PM
I can't really tell what this is because it is very small.
07/16/2003 07:54:05 AM
Way too small - try making your submissions bigger. You can go up to 640 pixels on a side.
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07/15/2003 04:31:24 PM
Little too small to tell what is "hot". Larger image would help.

thanks
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07/15/2003 12:44:09 AM
just to small to make out:( I had the same trouble with one of my images. I can help you to insure a larger image next time.
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07/14/2003 11:32:26 PM
It's so tiny I can't tell what it is! Headlights?
07/14/2003 10:20:01 PM
Not much to see here, I cant make much out, sorry..
07/14/2003 03:27:06 PM
The blue actually makes it seem cool to me. I think if I could better see what it was it would be more effective.
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07/14/2003 12:56:28 PM
more pixels pease
07/14/2003 11:39:50 AM
Photos as small as this are very difficult to judge ... try taking advantage of the maximum allowed size for submissions (640x640).
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07/14/2003 09:59:29 AM
What is this? Seems like car rear lights... but don't see how that fits.. sorry over my head this one.
07/14/2003 09:23:27 AM
PLEASE submit larger photos in the future -- there's nothing to gain by submitting a shot so small that we can't tell what's happening. I'm afraid I simply can't tell what's going on here well enough to tell how this meets the challenge.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
07/14/2003 09:19:02 AM
It would be wise to size the photo correctly so that it can viewed.
Is it a tow truck?
07/14/2003 08:23:51 AM
What is it? I can't make out a thing in this picture, it's too small. 1
07/14/2003 06:19:39 AM
too small for me to make out what this photograph is of.
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07/14/2003 01:08:31 AM
There is a forum thread about how to get your images larger for the web. I believe there is a tutorial as well. Good luck!
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