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Challenge: Pattern III (Basic Editing)
Collection: Challenges 2008
Camera: Nikon D200
Lens: Sigma 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 DC OS for Nikon
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Date: Mar 21, 2008
Aperture: f/ 16
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/160 sec.
Galleries: Abstract, Architecture
Date Uploaded: Mar 25, 2008

I don't get the title.....It's OK....neither do I. This is the Hopkinson House Condominium.....does that help?

Post: Camera raw adjustments in PSElements 6.0. Convert to jpeg. Layer adjustments for levels, bightness/contrast and hue/saturation. Another layer of hue/saturation coverting to grey scale and another layer each of levels and brightness contrast. Cropped at least four times. Another layer of levels for better contrast. Sharpen. Resize. Sharpen.

Statistics
Place: 9 out of 290
Avg (all users): 6.6943
Avg (commenters): 7.6000
Avg (participants): 6.5783
Avg (non-participants): 6.7818
Views since voting: 1978
Views during voting: 280
Votes: 193
Comments: 15
Favorites: 3 (view)


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AuthorThread
04/02/2008 03:20:22 AM
great shot, congrats on your top10 finish
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04/02/2008 12:20:58 AM
Nice abstract, Robert! Congrats on your top 10. :)
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/31/2008 07:34:20 PM
I really like the angle that you captured. It makes it look like you can't tell what it is.
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03/31/2008 09:28:11 AM
The pattern is very consistant, and its hard to tell what it is, which makes the shot even more interesting.
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03/31/2008 08:46:04 AM
Excellent photo... my favourite so far (50% of the way through voting). Love the contrast and the composition... it's very Escher like. Well done.
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03/30/2008 09:50:32 PM
I like the diagonal approach.
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03/29/2008 12:24:17 PM
Almost an optical illusion at this angle. In fact, I really had to concentrate on the balconies to bring them out into the foreground. So if that was your intent...bravo.
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03/28/2008 11:26:04 AM
woohoo! love these Escher-type shots! 8 for making me dizzy.
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03/27/2008 10:03:57 PM
Pleasing use of darks and lights, this will do well.
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03/27/2008 04:42:10 PM
pity i dont feel for voting would have been a 10
here it is
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03/27/2008 12:03:29 AM
Almost has a Eisher-type feeling. Very nice.
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03/26/2008 09:51:52 PM
I liked this photo very much, I think perspective was the key for getting an impacting picture and transforming something not special into an extraordinary curious view that catches the eye and awakens curiosity. Great job!
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03/26/2008 09:29:05 AM
oooh, trippy. nice angle to make the building like a piece of optic art.
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03/26/2008 09:28:28 AM
Really good idea i really like the angle and the shadows
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03/26/2008 09:28:01 AM
I like how thte pattern is diaganal
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