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EARLY MORNING IN AUCKLAND
EARLY MORNING IN AUCKLAND
slonko


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Challenge: Where You Live (Advanced Editing I)
Camera: Sony DSC-P10
Location: AUCKLAND
Date: Apr 24, 2004
Aperture: 9
ISO: 400
Shutter: 1/125
Date Uploaded: Apr 24, 2004

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Statistics
Place: 14 out of 176
Avg (all users): 6.6221
Avg (commenters): 7.3889
Avg (participants): 6.5294
Avg (non-participants): 6.7571
Views since voting: 1474
Votes: 172
Comments: 22
Favorites: 1 (view)


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05/03/2004 04:58:06 AM
Originally posted by rananculus:

Had you higher, but 14th is the best that I've ever done. Congratulations again on a wonderful shot. russ


thank you very much
:))))
eva
05/03/2004 12:27:07 AM
Had you higher, but 14th is the best that I've ever done. Congratulations again on a wonderful shot. russ
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
05/02/2004 05:07:42 PM
That's some really good lighting you took advantage of -- good job.
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05/02/2004 02:27:58 PM
very nicely shot. well done -10
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05/02/2004 02:53:33 AM
Wow! this is just beautiful, very nice detail and love the morning light
I didnt realise anyone from Auckland was on this site
I live in Hamilton, Good luck with the challenge!
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05/01/2004 11:41:46 PM
This is gorgeous!!!
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04/30/2004 09:03:59 PM
What fascinating lighting. What could have been so ordinary is instead breathtaking!
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04/30/2004 06:01:48 PM
I really like this photo. Great composition with the boats in the front and the cityscape in the back. Is it a hazy day? The photo seems washed out above the boats. Would like to see more saturation in the colors. Overall: 8
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04/28/2004 07:15:38 PM
What a great shot. Speaking strictly as the guide book editor, I would request the following post processing. Clone the little flags (or whatever they are) off the top of all the masts. Where a mast protrudes into the skyline, and it can't really be linked to what boat it is from, remove it. Where a mast cuts a major building in the horizon in half, remove it. There. Now you can be on the cover! Nice, nice work. Good luck!! 9
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04/27/2004 09:08:04 PM
Second sailboat in, very first row. . . a 28 ft. Tanzer. Any of these yours? Nicely edone.
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04/27/2004 06:57:58 PM
Beautiful light ... love the poles echoed by the buildings in the background ...
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04/27/2004 05:01:28 PM
Composition: Subject Placement, Cropping, Background 8
Technical: Focus, Exposure, Lighting, Processing 10
Appeal: Is it Interesting, Motivating, Etc.? 8
How well does it meet the challenge: 8
Total Averaged Rating 9 Autool
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04/27/2004 01:57:56 PM
good reflection
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04/27/2004 10:32:04 AM
I like the way the cityscape gets lost in the sailboat mast-scape. Interesting!
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04/27/2004 02:02:42 AM
Oh my - what wonderful lighting. My only minor suggestion would be to tip the camera down slightly - for less sky and a bit more of the reflection. My prediction - Ribbon.
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04/26/2004 07:31:29 PM
very fun photo, although i'm not sure that all the space you left for the water in the front was necessary as the real attraction isn't the reflection on the water of the masts, but the cunfusion in the skyline given by the masts.
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04/26/2004 07:02:46 PM
Rather brutally centred composition, in the vertical plane, without the eye-catching effect to make it useful. Like the balance of vertcal lines though, and the prominence of the needle thing. Competent shot, but lacking in impact - largely, i think because of that compositional thing.
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04/26/2004 06:55:24 PM
Pretty. Looks like a busy harbor. Wonderful postcard shot.
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04/26/2004 02:46:57 PM
Mix of boat and town is just great... i like all the vertical lines... and what about the color... amazing
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04/26/2004 01:48:52 PM
This is cool with the buildings in the background and the almost monotone colors. I Nice shot. The one spire type building just right of center really grabs my attention.
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04/26/2004 04:16:44 AM
Nice shot! I like how the tower relates to all the boat masts.
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04/26/2004 03:27:50 AM
lovelly photo, just a shame you didn't have a crystal clear day to shoot as the cloud just seem to dull the photo
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