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Challenge: Repetition (Classic Editing)
Collection: Portfolio
Camera: Olympus D-490Z
Location: Oakland, California, USA
Date: Aug 31, 2003
Aperture: 4.4
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/800
Galleries: Abstract, Urban
Date Uploaded: Aug 31, 2003

Safety tiles on the platform at BART's MacArthur Station. Late afternoon sun, handheld exposure between commuters.

Cropped and rotated, some tone adjustment, USM. Added a few extra black pixels to the bottom to give it more "weight;" the dark glazed tiles were a pretty narrow strip, and I didn't want to take any more off the top.

Statistics
Place: 91 out of 140
Avg (all users): 5.1691
Avg (commenters): 5.3333
Avg (participants): 5.0759
Avg (non-participants): 5.2982
Views since voting: 1195
Votes: 136
Comments: 16
Favorites: 0


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09/08/2003 04:19:43 PM
Late is better than never, Paul. Good photo of a good subject. I believe with the crop you would have scored 70 points higher.
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09/08/2003 03:05:31 PM
Thanks, everyone! With 10 out of 14 commenters requesting it, I had no choice but to upload a re-cropped version for your evaluation. Should I make a printable file of this?
 Comments Made During the Challenge
09/07/2003 10:22:49 PM
Definately meets challenge. I would like to see this cropped higher up so only the dots can be seen. Just my thought:)
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09/07/2003 10:02:44 PM
Hmm would like to see a version without red tiles... just a thought.
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09/06/2003 10:38:18 PM
This twists my brain (in a good way).
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09/06/2003 04:10:28 AM
I know what this is! It's the blind student, kept after class, writing 300 times, "I will not let my seeing-eye dog sniff the teacher," right???

Interesting repetition. I liked it
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09/06/2003 02:16:33 AM
You really should have cropped out the bottom for more impact - the tiles are very distracting. Nice idea. Your DOF is a little narrow towards the left.
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09/05/2003 04:24:23 PM
Cool!
I think you could have skipped the dark space on the bottom and just let the viewers eyes role over all of those dots.
Still very good.
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09/05/2003 02:16:13 AM
meets the challenge title but leaves the eye wandering with nowhere to rest!
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09/04/2003 06:59:22 PM
good color
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09/03/2003 02:01:44 PM
I think I'd prefer it to be the whole scene, without the interruption at the bottom
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09/03/2003 10:42:57 AM
I feel the bottom black portion of the photo should be cropped off.
The color and detail contrast of the tile is great, though.
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09/02/2003 09:56:15 PM
I would have liked it better if you cropped out the lower part of th picture. Nice repetition though.
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09/02/2003 09:21:53 PM
the bottom...wish it wasn't there....cool shot.
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09/01/2003 08:00:24 PM
I may have been tempted to leave out the brown tile at the bottom -- I think the yellow rivots stand out enough on their own. I like the texture & shadows on 'em!
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09/01/2003 04:57:43 PM
I would have cropped the bottom off.
With the shadows, this makes an interesting pic.
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