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Challenge: City Life (Classic Editing)
Camera: Kodak DC215
Location: Buffalo, WY/Main Street
Date: Jun 19, 2002
Date Uploaded: Jun 22, 2002

Original Occidental Hotel

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Place: 95 out of 112
Avg (all users): 4.4862
Avg (commenters): 5.5263
Avg (participants): 4.3956
Avg (non-participants): 4.5512
Views since voting: 939
Votes: 218
Comments: 19
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06/30/2002 12:49:00 PM
Talk about clearing out quick!
06/29/2002 05:16:00 PM
I don't like the composition. Too much boring street/foreground. 3 sjgleah
06/27/2002 08:55:00 PM
I don't know if this is really life. Perhaps you could have called it "Ghost Town".
06/27/2002 05:29:00 PM
'Where have all the people gone, long time passing...' The becklighting works good for this picture, did you desaturate the color a touch? One of my top ten picks this week.
06/27/2002 10:03:00 AM
wow. dead. pic could use some levelling to get the ground and sky more equal. as it is the ground is a little dark.
06/26/2002 07:53:00 PM
Sleepy town, how did you get this shot without anybody in it (I would have thought this was Before 5 AM!, not after 5 PM, as I am assuming your title..)
A Very Good Photo, but the sun setting above the hotel is hard to look at. I like the reflections in the windows. Wierd how pinstripping in digital comes out jagged and blurred, but that's the nature of this beastie (shades) Photo 8 City 6 total 7
06/26/2002 01:33:00 PM
Why shoot into the sun? Where is the life here? It looks like a ghost town. Is
06/25/2002 10:40:00 PM
1 of 5 10's-----nice job
06/25/2002 08:58:00 PM
I like this photo. It captures the mood ot this place quite well. I even like the small amout of flair at the top of the hotel.
06/25/2002 06:28:00 PM
Wow. Virtual ghost town. A little over exposed in the sky. Too bad you couldn't get someone to sit in one of the chairs, or look out one of the windows. Not taking points off for that, just a wish - perhaps you wished this too.
06/25/2002 02:07:00 PM
I might have waited for the sun to go further down and then done a long exposure,.. the sun makes the image a bit washed out
06/24/2002 10:11:00 PM
I like your hotel shot but I'm not very keen on the angle of the sun. I think this shot would have been a lot nicer about 20 minutes or so later in the day when the sun had fallen a little lower. Shooting into the sun has caused a little over exposure and washout in the top part of this image. = 6 jmsetzler
06/24/2002 05:40:00 PM
the glare from the sun in a bit distracting - but otherwise a nice photo
06/24/2002 03:42:00 PM
Maybe abit too much of the road is on view at the bottom, a good crop may help.
06/24/2002 03:18:00 PM
<g> Very nice. Good work. Kee
06/24/2002 03:08:00 PM
Where is the life?
06/24/2002 03:03:00 PM
Looks like some trouble with the resampling. That aside, a bit overexposed near the lamp. But I do like the picture. Is this one of those ghost towns I heard about on NPR? haha Good job.
06/24/2002 11:14:00 AM
Emptiness is eery. Nice work.
06/24/2002 09:42:00 AM
This is a great subject. I think it would be a lot better to be closer and lose some of the street that takes up 90% of the photo.


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