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Challenge: Free Study IX (Advanced Editing IV)
Camera: Canon EOS-1D Mark II
Lens: Vivitar AF Zoom 19-35mm f/3.5-4.5 Series 1 for Canon EOS
Location: Acton, California
Date: Nov 5, 2005
Aperture: 4.5
ISO: 3200
Shutter: 80
Galleries: Snapshot
Date Uploaded: Nov 5, 2005

On the job, on the set of 'Bones'.

Can you find the two studio lights hidden in front of you?

6 12kw par HMI rigged to a boom crane, known in the area as UFO inc., illuminates the FG.

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12/04/2005 08:54:13 PM
The scene is too busy with so many objects that the eye doesn't know where or what to focus on. I see plenty of interesing objects that you could have made your main subject for the photo. A portion of the red truck with the snow on it's hood combined with some of that old barn to through in textures. Perhaps there is something of rustic interest in the area behind the oil drum that is next to the red "washerboard object". The old style gas pumps with an interesting price shown on the meters, etc. etc. By giving the eye a scene that has so many objects in it the viewer does not know where to look first - taking a small scene and presenting it large is a better presentation.
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12/04/2005 12:10:51 PM
Good luck on this homage to fuel.
12/04/2005 10:17:37 AM
Moonlight?
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12/01/2005 02:12:43 PM
dont see a gas station like that in S Florida
12/01/2005 01:57:28 PM
The colours are beautiful... the framing is not very good unfortunately! shame..
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