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Rush to get through intersection at RT. 161 lead to collision
Rush to get through intersection at RT. 161 lead to collision
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Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Newspaper (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z2
Location: coner of dublin-Granvulle rd and Cleveland ave
Date: Jun 19, 2004
Aperture: 3.5
ISO: 160
Shutter: auto
Galleries: Sports, Photojournalism
Date Uploaded: Jun 22, 2004

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Statistics
Place: 76 out of 232
Avg (all users): 5.4672
Avg (commenters): 6.0769
Avg (participants): 5.3113
Avg (non-participants): 5.5655
Views since voting: 877
Views during voting: 363
Votes: 274
Comments: 15
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11/29/2004 02:00:09 PM
as quality and speed goes how would you rate this camera i wanting to know cause im looking intoi buying one like this
 Comments Made During the Challenge
06/29/2004 12:17:04 PM
Timeley photo but would have been better from thew front showing damage to vehicles.
06/29/2004 10:12:29 AM
Sharp photo. Lucky for you to be in the right place at the right time!
06/28/2004 02:19:54 AM
Obviously I don't know what your situation was at the time but could you have pulled into that gas station and gotten a head-on angle of the damage? Just thought of an alternative to this. Also, the title is a bit on the long side. How about "Impatience Leads to Collision"? The reader will get the other information from the article itself or the caption. Just a thought. Good work and and good luck in the challenge.
06/27/2004 11:32:40 PM
Image doesn't need the bottom third.
Headline too wordy.
Good capture, though.
06/27/2004 12:13:43 AM
this is a nice photo, but I'm thinking maybe a different angle could have helped a bit.
06/27/2004 12:12:29 AM
This is a great photo but it might have had more impact (no pun intended) if it was taken from the other direction showing a front view of the damage.
06/26/2004 04:32:30 AM
What? No bodies?..lol
I'm wondering..black and white, more contrast...would that have made the picture appear less busy? Anyways.......good job of being "on the spot"
06/24/2004 12:58:38 AM
Good newsworthy shot. I don't think the officer on the left needs to be in the picture as the wreckage tells the story here. I may have moved the whole picture right centering more on the two vehicles involved. Still a very good, clear shot.
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06/23/2004 08:14:51 PM
You should have cropped out most of the road up to the tyres of the pickup at the bottom. Also I think you would have got a better shot from the other side.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
06/23/2004 12:35:27 PM
hey, i guess everyones secret prayers for an accident paid off here. looks like it would fit well on the front page.
06/23/2004 10:35:23 AM
very well taken ... truly at the right place at the right time
06/23/2004 05:54:02 AM
Nice photo, (next time get on the other side of the cars to show the damage). Headline could be better. Nice job.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
06/23/2004 02:28:31 AM
This is what I was expecting from this challenge!
As for compsition, I think it would have been a more interesting view from the front of the vehicles.
Also, was the police car involved? He seems to have a bent bumper!
  Photographer found comment helpful.
06/23/2004 12:45:26 AM
Ah, a real newspaper news.... a7


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