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Secondary Colors at Fenway
Secondary Colors at Fenway

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Challenge: Secondary Colors (Classic Editing)
Camera: Kodak DC3400
Location: Boston - Fenway Park
Date: May 13, 2003
Galleries: Sky, Sports
Date Uploaded: May 13, 2003

Last stop on my tour of two of the oldest professional ballparks in the US. Before the sky got completely dark it became purple.

Place: 42 out of 225
Avg (all users): 5.8495
Avg (commenters): 7.3333
Avg (participants): 5.8544
Avg (non-participants): 5.8434
Views since voting: 1247
Votes: 186
Comments: 16
Favorites: 1 (view)

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05/21/2003 12:06:24 AM
i tried cropping the people but it took away from the depth feel.

Message edited by author 2003-05-21 09:56:25.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
05/20/2003 08:13:57 PM
Great postcard feel to this. I would have cropped out the foreground heads though. I don't feel like they add anything to this shot.
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05/19/2003 08:58:31 PM
ya, but who won?
05/19/2003 06:37:23 PM
Lovely lighting. And the colors are SO good. Focus and composition are great too. Well done and good luck.
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05/18/2003 09:21:23 PM
If it were me, I'd have cropped off the bottom. Those part people just seem a bit too messy. I really like the rest of it though.
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05/18/2003 08:55:53 PM
the sky looks very cool. i like the angle that you took this photo at also. well done
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05/18/2003 08:42:21 PM
Great shot,nice green and purple. I would have liked to see the players on the field!7
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05/18/2003 07:45:01 AM
Wow! Gogeous colors. I really like the composition; everything seems to flow to the mound and home base. Very well done. Print it ! 10
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05/18/2003 12:59:47 AM
great use of the rule of thirds..... and super cool sky....... could have benifited from rinning it through "neat image" though to get rid of the grain in the sky..... looking at it again, i think it would have been a lot more powerful image if you cropped out the people in the foreground...... would make it look much more professional........ well anyway....... good luck... 8
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05/17/2003 08:02:27 PM
05/16/2003 01:01:58 PM
Awesome stadium shot! really love the green field in contrast to the purplish sky. Excellent shot. Some would probably say that removing the heads in the foreground would have made this a better show but I think they actually add a feeling of being part of the croud. Good luck with the challenge!
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05/16/2003 12:47:42 PM
I think this is a nice shot, and good for the competition, but despite the context it provides, i like it better without the bottom section of heads - i would have chosen a slightly higher cropping point - it makes it seem more vast.
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05/15/2003 06:55:24 PM
nice perspective. i might have tried to crop out the people in the foreground. the detail is very sharp for a night shot.
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05/14/2003 08:51:05 PM
Simply beautiful, nicely done photo taken from outfield.
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05/14/2003 02:49:55 PM
Go Red Sox!
05/14/2003 12:14:12 PM
Maybe it would of been better to crop the heads from the bottom. Great colors, looks kind of surreal, or fixed. Like it
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