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Picketed Gable
Picketed Gable

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Challenge: Triangle III (Advanced Editing VII)
Location: Pataskala, OH
Date: Nov 14, 2012
Date Uploaded: Nov 18, 2012

Found this 2 story garage on one of the side streets of the older part of Pataskala. The weathered wood had some appeal to me, and the zig zag picket patterns on the trim were and interesting touch.

Place: 47 out of 66
Avg (all users): 5.3333
Avg (commenters): 5.4000
Avg (participants): 5.0465
Avg (non-participants): 5.5323
Views since voting: 244
Views during voting: 188
Votes: 105
Comments: 7
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11/26/2012 06:05:41 AM
Thank you all for the helpful comments. This was my first entry on DPC, and for my first go, I am happy I could land somewhere in the middle of the field. I am enjoying this online community quite a bit.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/23/2012 11:22:07 PM
My kind of shot with bleakly rendered tones and textures. I'm afraid it won't do well especially since the triangles are not strictly articulated.
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11/21/2012 11:25:35 PM
Well done, however your processing (I assume you are using a drama filter from TOPAZ or using the Shadow/Highlight bars in PS--or equivalent program) has caused the unfortunate issues of halo. Used to happen to me quite a bit. . .but when the sky is plain and flat, sometimes you just have to leave it. Sigh. ; ) Otherwise good shot.
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11/21/2012 03:44:23 PM
The tree in the foreground doesn't look quite right. Maybe it is oversaturated
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11/20/2012 11:13:45 AM
Neat building. The sky around the tree has some really weird artifacts that are detracting from the image.
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11/19/2012 09:43:39 AM
What a neat barn, love the weathered wood.
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11/19/2012 01:00:56 AM
If the peak of the roof were up just a little more and shifted a little to the right in your composition, you would have cut your sky into two triangles as well.
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