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"Society of Faith"
"Society of Faith"
jmassung


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Black & White II (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Nikon D70
Location: Champaign, Illinois
Date: Nov 13, 2004
Aperture: F16
ISO: 400
Shutter: 1/500
Galleries: Architecture, Black and White
Date Uploaded: Nov 16, 2004

Cropped,Greyscaled, and Resized.

This is the Emmanuel Memorial Episcopal Church located in downtown Champaign, Illinois.

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11/22/2004 08:40:38 PM
Very nice picture for black and white, really shows off the shadows and form of this church. It is a little low in contrast and more adjustment of the levels by making the highlights lighter and the shadows a bit darker might have really made this picture stand out in black and white.
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11/20/2004 06:32:05 PM
To make your shots bigger read in DPC under the tutorials how to prepare your photos for dpchallenge using photoshop.
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11/20/2004 01:19:05 PM
I like the subject and the angle of this shot. I am sure you have heard alreay but this is a very small photo. The crop seems a bit tight.
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11/19/2004 03:02:02 AM
This would have benefitted from being a larger size. the detail and contrast is mostly lost at this smaller size.
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11/18/2004 01:24:06 PM
There are many detailed and interesting crops available on this building, but taking it as a whole, I think those points of interest are lost. The expansive brick face isn't inherently interesting to look at, yet it commands a significant amount of the frame. The same could be said for the sky. I'd go for an angle that accentuates the main door and window above it, leaving out the distracting elements.
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