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Waiting through the night
Waiting through the night

Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Night Shot (Classic Editing)
Camera: Canon PowerShot G1
Location: University of New Mexico
Date: Mar 23, 2002
Aperture: 8
ISO: 50
Shutter: 4 seconds
Date Uploaded: Mar 24, 2002


Place: 7 out of 56
Avg (all users): 6.4027
Avg (commenters): 7.9231
Avg (participants): 6.1064
Avg (non-participants): 6.5392
Views since voting: 1744
Votes: 149
Comments: 15
Favorites: 4 (view)

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01/18/2003 12:00:41 PM
What a superb low lite shot! Very inspiring.
04/01/2002 08:40:00 PM
I love the composition and use of the available light. It was easy to really get drawn into the perceived "depth" of the poto. Good job!
 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/31/2002 01:32:00 PM
nice composition; strong shadows; the way the light picks out the branches is great; I find I'd like to see more on the right (beyond the tree) and less on the left (the hydrant)
03/28/2002 02:47:00 PM
very good texturing and contrast, and thought for the night.
03/28/2002 06:54:00 AM
love it
03/27/2002 12:44:00 PM
nice exposure
03/27/2002 12:31:00 AM
This would have been great in black and white too.
03/26/2002 03:57:00 AM
Very nicely done..
03/25/2002 07:09:00 PM
Very nice job of acheiving the sense of loneliness your title emphasises!
03/25/2002 04:57:00 PM
Odd composition, very abstract. Nice angle, good job getting good focus and lighting. A little too centered for my tastes though, I wish stuff could have been more off center so it didn't feel so sterile. Decent marks from me.
03/25/2002 02:00:00 PM
I am very impressed. I like the shadow from the bench.
03/25/2002 12:13:00 PM
Beautiful composition and shot angle.
03/25/2002 11:07:00 AM
really good perspective shot. highlights used well.
03/25/2002 09:41:00 AM
I love the angle and leading-into-the-pic bricks, but the left side of the pic doesn't contribute much. What would have happened if you'd moved the camera over to the right a little more?
03/25/2002 03:22:00 AM
I bet a lot of people will think this is banal, but I love pictures like this. I'd have tried to line the view up so the tiles were perfectly parallel with the bottom of the frame to make it more formal.

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