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"Symmetry in Spring"
"Symmetry in Spring"
tfarrell23


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Challenge: Symmetry (Classic Editing)
Collection: 2003
Camera: Sony Mavica FD-85
Location: Nevada
Date: Mar 27, 2003
Date Uploaded: Mar 30, 2003

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Place: 219 out of 226
Avg (all users): 3.6954
Avg (commenters): 3.8235
Avg (participants): 3.7768
Avg (non-participants): 3.5882
Views since voting: 832
Votes: 197
Comments: 17
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04/06/2003 11:19:15 PM
Symmetrical field and poles. Just appears like a snapshot. The focus is not tight enough
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04/05/2003 10:51:13 PM
I like your idea here, but I think some editing work needs to be done to give this photo the focus to match the title. I copied the photo and put it in Photoshop and rotated it until the horizon was level and cropped out the lights in the background and as much of the people in the foreground as possible, and i I think the symmetry shows much better. Try it -- or let me know by e-mail and I'll send you what I did very quickly to balance the picture so that it doesn't have quite the same "snapshot" quality to it.
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04/04/2003 01:38:18 PM
Why the heavy angle to this shot? I think that de-emphasizes the symmetry you have with this shot.
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04/04/2003 01:25:39 AM
It's leaning to the left. Good idea though. Was this in the Phoenix area?
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04/03/2003 10:21:17 PM
THis would look a lot better rotated slightly clockwise.
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04/03/2003 02:34:26 PM
nice pic. good job.
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04/01/2003 02:16:36 PM
Might have moved over a few feet and lined the pitcher and catcher up with the center pole. The tilt to the right is distracting. Overall a great shot though.
Mark
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04/01/2003 01:44:54 PM
good job, the symetry pulls the picture together.
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03/31/2003 09:00:25 PM
Hey Beerman!! Can you take this picture.
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03/31/2003 06:05:54 PM
Wow, it's really tilted to the left.
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03/31/2003 04:49:54 PM
Seems too static for exciting baseball.
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03/31/2003 04:26:36 PM
Could you have gotten the pole in the middle aligned with the catcher and the pitcher? There is more picture on the left than the right. Is this Tides Stadium in Norfolk?
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03/31/2003 02:37:20 PM
I'll bet the left fielder was busy on this day! I'm assuming that any balls that were hit would have rolled off to the left :)
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03/31/2003 01:54:29 PM
I like the texture of this photo.
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03/31/2003 01:33:43 PM
picture would have been better if it wasnt slanted when you took it
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03/31/2003 12:27:39 PM
This photo is suffering from some serious leaning issues which could be taken care of in editing (that kind is allowed).
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03/31/2003 11:13:49 AM
Fits topic well but IMHO the tilt adds nothing to the photo and infact detracts from it.
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