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Once Upon a Style
Once Upon a Style
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Challenge: Doors, Gates, Knobs, Locks & Handles (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Canon EOS-450D Rebel XSi
Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS
Location: Bay St., Toronto
Date: Nov 15, 2011
Aperture: 4.0
ISO: 400
Shutter: 1/6
Galleries: Urban, Architecture
Date Uploaded: Nov 15, 2011

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Place: 76 out of 159
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Avg (commenters): 6.1667
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Views since voting: 288
Views during voting: 219
Votes: 135
Comments: 6
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11/22/2011 04:33:31 PM
Like. The window arches and shapes capture the eye, the prominence of the loading bay in the image is for some reason interesting me. Capturing the motion of a passing pedestrian gave the image something extra. Personally when capturing something that is mostly symmetric from straight on I prefer to get the line of symmetry in the centre of the image; the extra bit on the right hand side of this photo almost ruins the image.
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11/19/2011 07:33:49 PM
I love the motion of the person walking. Very nice image.
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11/19/2011 06:05:41 AM
In this case I would've cropped the rightmost window out. The figure would have enough "space" to walk.
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11/17/2011 04:53:16 PM
great pensive title. the walking man and pink tinged door frame theshot beautifully, and the graffiti adds a nice touch.
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11/17/2011 06:04:12 AM
the off-balance doesn't work very well here imo
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11/16/2011 02:02:35 PM
This is great! I love the use of motion blur to add interest. The color is very rich and you got great light. What could put it over the top? I think some perspective adjustment is waranted here to square everything up.
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