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when blue skies fade to grey
when blue skies fade to grey
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Challenge: Street Photography II (Advanced Editing V)
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Date Uploaded: Jul 28, 2007



Statistics
Place: 103 out of 215
Avg (all users): 5.6071
Avg (commenters): 7.0000
Avg (participants): 5.6500
Avg (non-participants): 5.5682
Views since voting: 807
Views during voting: 292
Votes: 168
Comments: 8
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
08/05/2007 01:38:37 PM
good catch on the expression but maybe a tighter crop?
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08/04/2007 11:46:20 AM
Whites seem a bit bright, but good capture.
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08/02/2007 08:11:26 PM
Enclosed in life as well as environment??
Nice depiction.
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08/02/2007 11:31:55 AM
Composition: Subject Placement, Cropping, Background very good,
Technical: Focus, Exposure: a bit to much overexposed sidewalk
Appeal: It gets the message of life on the street across
Total Averaged Rating 8. sulamk
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08/01/2007 01:12:52 PM
Black & White works really good here, well done.
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07/31/2007 10:14:41 AM
This wants me to find out more about her. Well done.
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07/31/2007 03:28:51 AM
Nice capture - Nice tones - The bars are a little distracting
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07/30/2007 12:43:36 AM
I like the connection between the title and the image. Good titles, such as this one, support the image and don't act as crutch. (i.e. they act as an explanation).

The angle is a little plain and I suspect you took this shot from across the street. One of the challenges for this type of subject is getting up the nerve to talk to the person you are photographing. It does take away some of the spontaneity but it does help you "see" the subject better and better empathize with them.
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