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Romeo & Juliet
Romeo & Juliet
jackditch


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Challenge: Book Titles (Classic Editing)
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix 3800
Location: Casa Loma, Toronto
Date: Nov 8, 2003
Aperture: 2.8
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/75 s
Galleries: Architecture, Black and White
Date Uploaded: Nov 8, 2003

Shot at Casa Loma in Toronto. Hoping to achieve the classic balcony scene feel.

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Place: 131 out of 231
Avg (all users): 5.2218
Avg (commenters): 5.2143
Avg (participants): 4.9922
Avg (non-participants): 5.4496
Views since voting: 856
Votes: 257
Comments: 15
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11/18/2003 04:54:39 AM
Arguably not a book, but I'm not splitting hairs. I think the perspective distortion really hurts this image. Also perhaps you haven't got far enough away, or you've cropped too close - including what I presume are more pillars either sie of these archways would emphasise the repetition more fully. As it is ... well, solid photography, but there's no drama, no mystery - if you could have shot it at night, with light streaming out of just one window ...
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11/14/2003 09:23:42 PM
This is a great idea for the Romeo and Juliet title. Can't go wrong with a balcony.
11/14/2003 08:16:26 PM
Nice flow to the composition of the shot- but wherefore art thou, contrast?
11/13/2003 09:11:37 PM
The picture itself is nice, though it's a bit asymmetrical. A bit cropped off the right would help that part, if you're interested in symmetry. But the title isn't directly reflected in the photo. Romeo and Juliet did have a lovely balcony scene, but without having read the play or seen the movie, a person couldn't know that.
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11/13/2003 09:35:32 AM
balconies but no lovers? nice shot buyt I wish it were better centered
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11/13/2003 12:17:24 AM
I like this image. I find the textures and colours and shadings very well done. The only thing that might have made it better is to crop more for the whole symetry aspect. A little more cropping on the right side to even things out. Still, excellent image. 7
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11/12/2003 06:45:44 PM
Here a model, in the balony would have added lots of life.
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11/12/2003 03:22:38 PM
Technically nice job, I am just missing some life from the corridors. For example 2 models, one for Romeo, and one for Juliet, without them it seems a bit empty, something that is lack of the most importantsubject. Anyway, sepia colours work well here. :-)
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11/12/2003 01:50:29 PM
Wonderful building..looks just like I would have imagined. Good find. The light is a little bright but I did enjoy seeing this.
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11/12/2003 01:15:27 PM
Where are the Romeo, and what about the Juliet?
11/12/2003 12:17:01 PM
this is a picture representing the content of the story, not a picture of the title.
11/12/2003 12:03:18 PM
seems to be a bit crooked ...
11/12/2003 06:25:03 AM
Interesting architecturally, and well done as a photo, but I think the picture needs some people to make the title
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11/12/2003 03:34:33 AM
Looks more like a library than a romantic spot
11/12/2003 01:31:41 AM
with a shot like this, symetry is everything
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