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day 8. feb 08 slice of life. levels
day 8. feb 08 slice of life. levels
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Collection: 013 - FEB 08. SLICE OF LIFE
Camera: Canon EOS-400D Rebel XTi
Lens: Sigma 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 DC OS for Canon
Location: macarthur square, campbelltown ..
Date: Feb 10, 2008
Galleries: Candid, Overlays
Date Uploaded: Feb 10, 2008

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Comments: 15
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we went to the mall today specifically for me to look at a sigma 18-200 lens .. the camera shop let me try it out on my camera and this is one of the shots i took with it ..

basic edit with paper texture from ...
FREE textures from NinianLif

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02/18/2008 12:28:10 PM
Looks oldschool, I like it! Going to check out those textures too.
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02/13/2008 08:00:28 PM
This is really fantastic. It almost looks like a drawing.
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02/13/2008 02:41:12 AM
With the processing it looks like there are ghosts in the mall.
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02/13/2008 12:33:56 AM
I love the business of all the people. The paper texture gives this an older feel and then the other elements contrast that, for example the escalators. Cool picture.
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02/11/2008 11:47:24 PM
Love the texture and the stick figures. Great work. I hope you get that lens.
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02/11/2008 10:50:35 AM
Love this Roz!! Reminds me of a graphic or drawing for a mall project, with little generic people. Surreal feel to it. Love the different levels and the bustling of all the mall visitors. The perspective you offer the view is sort of detached - as if we're watching ants go about their business.

Are you going with that lens? I'm about to gear up for another lens myself.
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02/11/2008 10:19:28 AM
Very very creative. I could see this is an book of art or magazine.
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02/10/2008 05:55:11 PM
You know - this is kind of a cool shot in that if you set it up a little better, you could really get the "sixth sense" (ghosts) effect given the lighting and the clear panels on the upper floor. As it stands though, with the silouettes and all it does look very cool.

Message edited by author 2008-02-10 17:56:25.
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02/10/2008 05:30:50 PM
Fantastic treatment! Love the interest on the different levels and the great wall of light behind everyone. Just fantastic.
Not having to change lenses is great, I got the 24-105 and I stays on most of the time. I'm hoping it'll save the sensor from dust too.
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02/10/2008 03:31:05 PM
Wow Roz, this is magnificent. I love the architecture and the people coming out of the overlay haze ... brilliant. AGAIN.
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02/10/2008 11:22:06 AM
oh Roz, this is just great! I love thhe various textures of everything: light, life, people, moevement, architecture! what a very captivating image; not sure it's the lens or the PP or both but it sure strikes me as a winning combo!
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02/10/2008 10:07:10 AM
Very different kind of effect, which works really well. Can imagine it as a print. I have the Nikon 18-200mm (or should that be had, as I dropped it and it's going to cost more to repair than replace!) and it is my all time fave lens. Sure it's not in the same league quality wise as the 17-55, but boy is it handy never having to change lenses! Go for it Roz, you'll love it.
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02/10/2008 09:52:08 AM
Nice post processing! I was thinking of getting the 18-200 as well. I have an 18-55 and a 55-200 and its a pain to change them out all the time.
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02/10/2008 05:46:49 AM
Very nice image...and processing.
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02/10/2008 05:46:01 AM
Very interesting with the overlay you've used. Grungy. I'm looking for that fickle dog of yours.
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