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Intracoastal Highway Reflections with Unidentified Flying Object
Intracoastal Highway Reflections with Unidentified Flying Object
kaycee


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: After Dark (Classic Editing)
Camera: Olympus C-750UZ
Location: New Smyrna Beach
Date: Jan 11, 2004
Aperture: 2.8
ISO: 200
Shutter: 4.0
Galleries: Abstract, Water
Date Uploaded: Jan 11, 2004

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Place: 96 out of 96
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Votes: 176
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
01/18/2004 09:39:35 PM
smart use of blur. makes this picture a bit mysterious.
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01/17/2004 06:20:46 PM
Looks like your focus is too close here. You need to focus around 2/3 into your shot which will make everything clear and crisp. A tripod (or steady surface) is also essential for long exposures.
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01/17/2004 05:32:27 PM
Interesting reflections but nothing really seems to be in focus here.
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01/16/2004 10:43:36 PM
Blurry
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01/15/2004 08:38:59 PM
A little blurred but nice idea.
I had one of those u f o on one of my pics recently maybe were not alone!
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01/15/2004 01:42:19 AM
There is no focal point in this shot either photographicly or compositionaly...
TC
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01/14/2004 05:00:40 PM
A bit too blurred
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01/14/2004 03:23:15 PM
I like the colourful reflections, though your photo should be really sharper. What happened to the border? I think it would be better if there would be border on all four sides or none at all.
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01/14/2004 12:24:41 PM
You caught an interesting phenomenon, and the overall composition is pleasing, but the focus is way too soft.
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01/13/2004 05:46:56 PM
If the top were in focus, this would be pretty good.
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01/13/2004 07:08:35 AM
To fuzzy for me.
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01/12/2004 09:29:52 PM
This image is a bit blurry, but the composition is very strong, and the idea is marvelous.
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01/12/2004 01:13:18 PM
Way too blurry. I like the light streak in the right top.
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01/12/2004 12:37:19 PM
i'm guessing you didnt use a tripod. very blurred unfortunately. looks like the scene had potential, tho
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01/12/2004 12:24:14 PM
not sharp
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01/12/2004 08:36:52 AM
They've landed! The blurry fore and back ground are a bit distracting so I'm not sure if it's a UFO or an airplane.
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01/12/2004 07:23:44 AM
Greetings... Your border here feels a bit odd... This photo meets the challenge but it is, overall, not sharp enough for my taste, and there is no particular point of interest. It may have some abstract quality that could be appealing to some.
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01/12/2004 12:19:30 AM
I think this might have been a little more effective had something been in sharper focus. There's not a lot to see of much interest, I'm afraid.
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