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Below a web of light
Below a web of light
jprezant


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Challenge: Symmetry II (Basic Editing)
Camera: Canon EOS-20D
Lens: Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6 EX Aspherical DG for Canon
Location: Newark, DE
Date: Apr 26, 2007
Aperture: 5.6
ISO: 400
Shutter: 1/60
Galleries: Interior, Still Life
Date Uploaded: Apr 27, 2007

Sigma 12-24
20D
USM

Statistics
Place: 4 out of 249
Avg (all users): 7.0265
Avg (commenters): 7.7692
Avg (participants): 6.8475
Avg (non-participants): 7.1413
Views since voting: 2604
Views during voting: 217
Votes: 151
Comments: 18
Favorites: 5 (view)


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05/13/2007 04:18:20 PM
Beautiful symmetry and lovely b/w with great tonal witdth. Congratulations on your top 5 finish.
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05/13/2007 11:30:05 AM
Greetings from the Critique Club! ...and congratulations on a high-placed image!

The first thing that strikes me about this image is the abstraction and clarity of line. The gradation of tones is rich and satisfying and pulls me in to discover the subject. I like that the architecture slowly reveals itself...that the eye is led to the ceiling and out to the walls then back to the chandelier.

After looking for awhile, however, I had a sense of something being askew. It appears that the lens distortion causes the lines of the windows left and right to slant inward...thus breaking the perfect nature of the symmetry. I don't think cropping more would help. Though a square crop would eliminate this minor distraction the architecture would be lost. One thing that is asymmetrical which does not, for me, hurt the image is the slight rotation on the lines of the light fixture...in this case the slight break in symmetry helps add to my experience of the subject.

Overall, a technically well done image that makes me pause to discover its true nature.
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05/09/2007 08:34:28 AM
Great shot. Very interesting and meets the challenge well. Congrats on the high finish.
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05/09/2007 03:37:56 AM
Very original and fantastic symmetry. Congrats on 4th place, Jason.
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05/09/2007 02:31:09 AM
So close to a metal! Next time.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
05/08/2007 11:44:41 PM
Great job on the B&W conversion.
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05/08/2007 09:19:56 PM
Fantastic symmetry. I love the B&W
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05/07/2007 03:34:52 AM
I have to remember the rule... "always look up, back and beside" :)
Very original.
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05/06/2007 12:50:00 PM
nice b/W!
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05/06/2007 07:34:32 AM
Beautiful shot, great symmetry and another one where B&W do justice. Because it's a nice shot, it's hard to give any useful comments. I will be picky and say that some of the lights look a bit blown, but I don't know that you could control that. Also, the windown on the left side seems to be darker near the bottom and throughout really. 9 from me.
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05/05/2007 11:32:52 AM
nicely done and impressive in B&W, but i wonder why the light fixture(?) doesn't align parallel/perpendicular with it's interior to make this image 100% symmetrical in both horizontal and vertical views--just an observation. i like the tones.
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05/05/2007 10:17:29 AM
Intersting subject matter. It always amazes me how ordinary, everyday things, given the right perpesctive - can be captured as works of art. You have an eye for it. Nice job
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05/04/2007 04:26:57 PM
I would like to see this with a square crop.
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05/04/2007 09:17:27 AM
great example of symmetry
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05/03/2007 11:28:13 PM
outstanding - very, very nice-----
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05/02/2007 08:27:30 PM
Very nice!! Who knows what you will see when you look up!! One of my favourites.
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05/02/2007 03:22:43 AM
Very nice image! Great use of the challenges possibilities! -9-
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05/02/2007 03:22:31 AM
NICE
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