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The Penthouse [Fisheye View]
The Penthouse [Fisheye View]
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Challenge: Object Isolation by Contrast (Advanced Editing V)
Camera: Samsung GX-10
Lens: Pentax DA 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 ED IF Fisheye
Location: Towson, Maryland
Date: Dec 24, 2007
Aperture: 9.5
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/350
Galleries: Sky, Architecture
Date Uploaded: Dec 29, 2007

Took this image while out walking in Towson, Maryland. This is a condominium building which is called "The Penthouse". Focal length here is 17.0mm and it was taken with the Pentax 10-17 fisheye lens.

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Place: 124 out of 188
Avg (all users): 5.3642
Avg (commenters): 5.5000
Avg (participants): 5.3492
Avg (non-participants): 5.3737
Views since voting: 986
Views during voting: 248
Votes: 162
Comments: 3
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01/10/2008 05:06:50 PM
Greetings from the Critique Club -

My first reaction to this image is "Cool colors". Nice job of catching complimentary colors between the sky and building. The general comp is somewhat pleasing though I think I would prefer to see an even wilder angle on the building.

What I think this image suffers from most is oversharpening. Where the building should be sharp its a bit much. And way overdone on the sky. I think if you had left the sky alone when it came time to sharpen and maybe even gone heavy on Neat Image or something you woudl have had an even better contrast - smooth and sharp. As it is though its just too grainy.

I think 5.3 may be a little low overall as it meets the challenge, but I wouldnt have expected it to score a whole lot higher than say a 5.6.

Hope some of this may help.

Tim
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01/05/2008 12:31:13 AM
kind of a standard concept, but your execution is enthusiastic and interesting.
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01/01/2008 05:32:26 PM
I see some effort at an interesting perspective on tis. Unfortunately, there seems to be a lot of artifacting around the edge of the building and the straight lines have a lot of stair-stepping showing. Try different resampling settings when you downsize images like this. The clouds also came through as grainy and patchy rather than the really cool look that I am sure they had in real life.
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