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Yellow Fire
Yellow Fire
audreyrules


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Challenge: Yellow IV (Basic Editing)
Camera: Sony DSC-W55
Location: Davenport, IA
Date: Jan 12, 2008
Galleries: Urban
Date Uploaded: Jan 15, 2008

This was taken down by the mississppi river. I was driving along trying to find something yellow that looked somewhat interesting. It was then that i realized how many fire hydrants we have...and that they're all yellow.

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Place: 205 out of 273
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Views since voting: 523
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Votes: 259
Comments: 13
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01/21/2008 02:05:50 PM
I like the use of the shadow here. Might have wanted to "straighten up" the hydrant, though.
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01/21/2008 06:18:23 AM
Prominent yellow tint.
01/20/2008 11:26:10 PM
I almost feel that the entirity of the hydrant should have been preserved rather than the shadow thereof had such a choice been necesiitated by composition restraints.
01/20/2008 12:44:04 PM
desat except for hydrant
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01/20/2008 12:02:08 AM
Nice idea. For me, this would work better with the entire fire plug in the shot, and straightened so the fireplug sides are parallel to the sides of the photo.
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01/18/2008 08:59:39 PM
Like the angle of the shadow and all the texture in the concrete and paint. Wish the hydrant had a bit more breathing room on top and some to the right.
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01/18/2008 12:34:54 PM
I like the choice of subject you chose, but I think the compostion lets it down, don't like that you cropped part of the main subject off!!
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01/18/2008 06:05:33 AM
the crop is too tight on the yellow fire (top and right). 4
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01/17/2008 09:43:13 PM
Nice light and texture; I don't care much for the crop though.
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01/17/2008 09:28:52 AM
cool shadow.
01/17/2008 04:32:38 AM
has a snapshotty feel to it. this could have been a much better image, if you had taken just a minute to compose ypur picture. you could have stepped 2 or 3 feet back to get the whole thing into the frame. a lower point of view (instead of the usual view from eye level) together with a shallow DOF (=wide aperture) to blur the background had emphasized the "human" shape of the hydrant.
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01/16/2008 03:40:56 PM
Nice shot, but I belive the edges of fire hidrant should not have been cropped.
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01/16/2008 02:03:38 PM
Such a shame that the right hand side of the hydrant is out of shot because otherwise I'd really like this. There's lovely texture and colour on the hydrant itself and against the gravel floor...plus the shadow really appeals..but it really needs the main subject in its entirely to really work.
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