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Car trouble at the GrandPrix.
Car trouble at the GrandPrix.

Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Candid (Classic Editing)
Camera: Sony Mavica CD1000
Location: Denver GrandPrix
Date: Aug 31, 2002
Date Uploaded: Sep 1, 2002


Place: 99 out of 172
Avg (all users): 5.1424
Avg (commenters): 7.3000
Avg (participants): 5.3409
Avg (non-participants): 4.9664
Views since voting: 852
Votes: 281
Comments: 10
Favorites: 0

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
09/08/2002 08:01:00 PM
Wonderful color, clarity and depth. Great photo!
09/06/2002 06:43:00 PM
not a happy thing!
09/06/2002 06:00:00 PM
Good color/focus. For framing, I would suggest either including more of the other mechanics or less. ("Hand" cropped 1/3 of the right and 1/8 of the left, vertical framing, seemed like a good idea.) 8 Swash
09/03/2002 07:48:00 PM
Composition: Subject Placement, Cropping, Background7,
Technical: Focus, Exposure, Lighting, Processing8,
Appeal: Is it Interesting, Motivating, Etc.? 6,
Total Averaged Rating7. Autool
09/03/2002 09:25:00 AM
great shot! Is this a CART series car? I would love to hear some details on how you came across this shot... good work! = 9 - jmsetzler
09/03/2002 01:27:00 AM
I love the color and quality of this shot. Kinda feels like your right over their shoulder.
09/03/2002 12:11:00 AM
Nice use of that green. I like that it is carried in the guys belly and in his hand on the upper right. The green really ties it all together. Really nice composition.
09/02/2002 11:24:00 PM
mood captured - time-critical must-be-perfect stress
sincerity of expressions - can't see any faces; posture seems average
09/02/2002 09:26:00 PM
09/02/2002 10:27:00 AM
I don't like seeing the backs of people. Their stories are in their eyes. I want to see his determination, his frenzy to beat the clock...and it was all there - from the front.

Composition could be better, tighten up the shot. Give me no option but to look at what it is that made you take tyhis picture...was it the feet at the top? Then why are they there? Make your audience seee what you see - you can only do that by getting in close to what you're looking at.

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