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Don't fence me in.
Don't fence me in.
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Challenge: Vanishing Point (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Canon PowerShot A60
Location: Fort Rucker, Alabama
Date: Aug 8, 2004
Aperture: F5.6
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/250
Galleries: Animals
Date Uploaded: Aug 8, 2004

Taken at a paddock on Fort Rucker. It was a pain to get him to look forward, rather than me running back to the camera to take the photo (a remote would've helped!) The sky is quite flat, but I ran out of carrots before things cleared up!
Cropped, adjustments to brightness and contrast.

Statistics
Place: 125 out of 245
Avg (all users): 5.1827
Avg (commenters): 6.9000
Avg (participants): 5.1953
Avg (non-participants): 5.1734
Views since voting: 939
Views during voting: 371
Votes: 301
Comments: 12
Favorites: 1 (view)


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
08/17/2004 11:29:20 AM
How do we know there not fenced out and wanting in lol.
08/17/2004 12:16:22 AM
THE HORSE HAS A KIND OF... LOOK, BUT VERY NICE PERSPECTIVE
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08/14/2004 02:27:17 PM
The fence to the vanishing point is a superb example. The white sky is a disaster - too bad you didn't have a nice crisp blue sky with a couple cumulus clouds. Horse is a nice addition.
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08/12/2004 10:40:57 PM
Gallop to the end and run wild!
08/11/2004 08:55:35 PM
I like the shot but the weight of the horse keeps pulling my eye away from the vanishing point. - 6
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08/11/2004 06:41:59 PM
nice idea. Over exposed, though.
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08/11/2004 03:26:18 PM
10.SHOT!!!
08/11/2004 01:11:17 PM
One of the diffficulties about this challenge, is that this (somewhat obvious) use of the technique also involves the other compositional trick of 'leading lines' - which have the effect of drawing the viewer's eye to their meeting place - in this case, the extreme left edge of your frame, and that partially visible shed. Kind of a shame, because you've captured a moment of light moderately well, even though the hugely blow-out sky is rather an annoyance. There are ways t avoid that, however. A 4
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08/11/2004 12:20:20 PM
Good VP, nice to see lines going sideways instead of the old Bottom-to-horizon...
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08/11/2004 11:00:23 AM
One of my top five. Lighting is great, not too bright or dark. Fence line give the illusion of a vanishing point so it meets the challenge and I like that you added a subject that goes naturally with your vanishing point. Beautiful horse.
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08/11/2004 02:37:04 AM
Less focus on the horse, more focus on the fence would make this pic much better. And maybe a bit too light. But the idea is GREAT.
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08/11/2004 01:19:26 AM
what happened to the sky?
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