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day 6 - going up
day 6 - going up
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Collection: 30 days of blur
Camera: Canon EOS-400D Rebel XTi
Lens: Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II
Date: Aug 6, 2007
Galleries: Interior
Date Uploaded: Aug 7, 2007

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Comments: 7
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Woman on escalator going up. One second exposure handheld but using a railing for support. Only processing was cropping to square, levels and resizing.

Edit to say, I went and cloned out the hot spot Robert was complaining about, so comments on processing are no longer accurate.

I've added a cropped version here
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08/24/2007 04:05:38 PM
The diagonals keep the eye traveling nicely through the frame, and all those random circles in the background lend quite a bit of interest - would have much less effect I think, if you had not included those background shapes.
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08/08/2007 10:24:38 AM
I think I'm coming in after the fact, but I like the strong, bright diagonals. They bring your eye to the woman who becomes a visual surprise. Very neat shot.
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08/07/2007 09:59:34 PM
It's like she's a ghost. I love the golden tones of this.
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08/07/2007 09:12:30 PM
Everything substantial but the person flashing by. How mortal we are.
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08/07/2007 09:10:38 PM
I like the diagonal gold lines and the strong upright support beam. The woman is just blurred enough and nicely separated from the beam. When I hold my hands up to the image, I think it might be even stronger with the left side cropped just enough to remove the rectangular bright area (display window?), which seems to detract from the main elements, and perhaps to remove half of the yellow triangle in the lower right (which becomes a bit more distracting after cropping the left, although I'm less confident about this). As a newcomer, I feel a bit of hesitation weighing in with any suggestion about an image posted by one who has so many excellent works and high scores. But sometimes new eyes see things differently because of not being there when the image was captured. I'm not suggesting you change your post again, but you might make those changes in a second version just to see if they work for you.
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08/07/2007 08:52:46 PM
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

the problem here is the hot spots in the center become the focal point; not good.


Thanks for your comment Robert. Honest criticism seems to be sorely lacking in these side challenges. I went back and fixed it. Hope it looks better now.
08/07/2007 08:27:50 PM
the problem here is the hot spots in the center become the focal point; not good.
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