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"Travel to a different time zone"
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Challenge: Something Old (Classic Editing)
Camera: Canon PowerShot G2
Location: Washington
Date: Aug 3, 2002
Aperture: 4.0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/125
Date Uploaded: Aug 3, 2002

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Statistics
Place: 65 out of 180
Avg (all users): 5.5639
Avg (commenters): 6.0714
Avg (participants): 5.5111
Avg (non-participants): 5.6183
Views since voting: 913
Votes: 266
Comments: 14
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08/11/2002 08:35:00 PM
Would have looked better with the contrast and shadows afforded by bright sunshine. As it is I think the train looks a bit flat. I'd love to get my hands on it though for a bit of restoration.
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08/11/2002 05:13:00 PM
a bit over exposed/ lacking in contrast
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08/07/2002 10:41:00 AM
This is great... I am a fan of trains, old and new. I wanted to do a trian photo this week but I think it was expected that I would :) Mabye you can tell me some more about this one sometime in the future... did you try this in black and white? Good work... - jmsetzler
08/07/2002 08:42:00 AM
This is a really good shot; I'm glad you stayed with colour. I don't think it needs B&W or sepia treatment - the rust looks superb, and I think that'd be lost without colour. One small gripe the focus is a bit off, but that for me anyway - doesn't detract much from the picture (9)
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08/06/2002 04:59:00 PM
Very nice. The closest thing to a "problem" that I see with this photo is the tank, it seems a tad too bright. On the other foot, compensating for that might have made some of the other parts of the train too dark, so I feel you balanced this about as good as possible. 9 Swash
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08/06/2002 04:03:00 PM
Even though the train is obviously the main subject it seems that if a wider focal length were used to show more of the train and its environment it would have more impact.
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08/06/2002 12:12:00 PM
nice picture. It looks a little overexposed (a little to bright)
08/06/2002 10:46:00 AM
though i like being able to see the"cab", I think it is too close a crop on the right. imagine the stories this engine could tell! karmat
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08/05/2002 09:06:00 PM
Great subject! The first thing that comes to my mind is; What made you cut off the front and the rest of the stack. The engine is massive enough to speak for itself, and you are not cropping enough to make an observer concentrate on less than the whole engine. In my opinion any way. Autool
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08/05/2002 07:01:00 PM
Something old. Use your photographic technique to emphasize the age of your subject.
Composition - good
Technical Aspects - quite good
Meets Challenge - yes
Visual Impact / Originality - good
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08/05/2002 12:44:00 PM
Nice subject, and composition. Image seems a bit washed out, and I think would be improved with a touch of sharpening.
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08/05/2002 11:40:00 AM
This is awesome, would have been neat with an old man in overalls
08/05/2002 04:57:00 AM
Leveling to focus more on the coloring of the train would have been nicer.
08/05/2002 01:29:00 AM
I like the subject. The composition seems a little weak.
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