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King's Park at night
King's Park at night
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Challenge: Free Study 2007-04 (Expert Editing*)
Camera: Konica Minolta Maxxum 7D
Lens: Sigma 28-200mm f/3.5-5.6 Compact Hyperzoom Aspherical for Minolta
Location: Perth, WA
Date: Apr 18, 2007
Aperture: f/13
ISO: 100
Shutter: 30 sec
Galleries: Landscape
Date Uploaded: Apr 19, 2007

This was a photo taken at King's Park in Perth, WA. The trees were nicely lit with colored lights.


I shot this with DPC Member Delta-6. Dave, thanks for taking me around Perth.

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05/09/2007 05:55:15 AM
Good work Tommy! I did end up going with a shot I took that night, but one taken while we were in Kings Park, not of it. My shots of this didn't turn out quite as nice as this one.
05/08/2007 09:59:42 PM
Greetings from the Critique Club!

Very interesting color here. There's a lot of potential with this subject, but I think there's a couple areas where the photograph could be improved.

First, you've picked up a bit of light pollution in the sky. You may notice a dark brownish tinge to the sky. If not, then you may need to calibrate your monitor. This can be leveled away pretty easily.

In addition, the vast area of sky above the tree line is probably unnecessary. I would recommend cropping close to but a little above the top of the trees, giving a panorama-like composition. In my opinion, this fills the frame with your subject and gives the overall image a more dynamic feel.

Finally, you might consider cloning out some of all of the bright white lights in the foreground. I believe these distract the viewer from the main subject. Getting rid of these would also allow you to level up the trees a bit, making them brighter and giving the overall image more punch.

~Terry
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
05/07/2007 12:19:46 PM
Very cool colors! They're a little wild... but I like the contrasts. Good shot.
05/01/2007 05:04:28 PM
Lots of dark on the top half of the image. Otherwise nice and colorful!
05/01/2007 04:24:05 PM
Beautiful colors!
05/01/2007 03:50:57 PM
An interesting capture. There are areas of sensor dust to the right of the image.
05/01/2007 03:13:51 PM
5
05/01/2007 01:03:59 PM
everything is just coming across sort of muddy on my monitor. composition could use some work-the slat doesn't add anything for me.


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