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Crown Point
Crown Point
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Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Rule of Thirds (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Canon EOS-20D
Lens: Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 EX APO IF HSM for Sigma
Location: Portland Or.
Date: Sep 19, 2005
Aperture: 8.0
ISO: 800
Shutter: 250
Galleries: Landscape
Date Uploaded: Sep 19, 2005

Vista House-Crown Point. Mouth of the Columbia River Gorge, just outside of Portland Oregon.

Processing; rotate -2.5, levels, sat/hue, again blue & green, contrast, net image half noise, resize, usm, save as web

1/250
Av( Aperture Value )
8.0
Metering Mode
Evaluative Metering
Exposure Compensation
0
ISO Speed
800
Lens
70.0 - 200.0 mm
Focal Length
431.0 mm
Image Size
3504x2336
Image Quality
RAW
Flash
Off
White Balance Mode
Auto
AF Mode
One-Shot AF
Parameters Settings
Contrast Standard
Sharpness Standard
Color saturation Standard
Color tone 0
Color Space
sRGB
Noise Reduction
Off
File Size
9174 KB
Custom Function
C.Fn:01-0
C.Fn:02-1
C.Fn:03-0
C.Fn:04-0
C.Fn:05-0
C.Fn:06-0
C.Fn:07-0
C.Fn:08-1
C.Fn:09-0
C.Fn:10-0
C.Fn:11-0
C.Fn:12-0
C.Fn:13-0
C.Fn:14-0
C.Fn:15-0
C.Fn:16-0
C.Fn:17-0
C.Fn:18-0
Drive Mode
Continuous shooting
Owner's Name
unknown
Camera Body No.
0520327138

Statistics
Place: 154 out of 354
Avg (all users): 5.3956
Avg (commenters): 5.2727
Avg (participants): 5.0100
Avg (non-participants): 5.7040
Views since voting: 800
Views during voting: 293
Votes: 225
Comments: 13
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
09/27/2005 06:19:41 PM
Beautiful example of the rules of thirds.
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09/26/2005 11:36:20 PM
nice view. My eye is immediately attracted to the building and then wants to journey upward. perhaps bringing the building down into the forground. its hard to say not being there. Is there a point you could shoot from that would allow you to place the building in the lower right while positioning the rock/hill (currently at the top) in the upper left? What about using a telephoto from the position you shot from?
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09/24/2005 09:19:39 AM
Good comp, nice view of the area.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
09/23/2005 09:56:48 AM
meets challenge, dislike overblown blue in background, very clear
  Photographer found comment helpful.
09/23/2005 09:44:43 AM
Like the projected multi-dimension of this image but the blue-lavender tint looks quite superficial.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
09/23/2005 05:22:18 AM
great location
  Photographer found comment helpful.
09/22/2005 07:20:23 PM
What a beautiful place. I might have had the cliff go to both ends of the page but just my opinion. Very nice. I think I need a vacation HERE.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
09/22/2005 03:49:11 PM
Wow, the color is shocking.
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09/22/2005 01:06:31 AM
This image has a purple hazy cast in the background.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
09/21/2005 12:58:26 PM
Cool scenic. Placement is along the right 1/3 line, though maybe a bit to the right. Plateau creates another 1/3 line along the upper horizontal. Impressive building is just about at the intersection, almost.
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09/21/2005 11:09:41 AM
Ah, good old Rooster Rock.
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09/21/2005 09:19:18 AM
Good use for the challenge but way overexposed. The blanched out water and background has lost most of it's color due to the time of day probably. I love the rich tones of the foreground. Maybe shoot in early morning or late evening and you'd really have something. ;~D
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09/21/2005 02:27:19 AM
Nice framing, striking vista, very odd purplish cast to BG though.
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