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Up in Flames
Up in Flames
tyt2000


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Challenge: Design & Engineering (Advanced Editing I)
Camera: Canon EOS-300D Rebel
Location: Tampa, FL
Date: Mar 6, 2004
Aperture: F/11
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/250
Galleries: Cityscape, Architecture
Date Uploaded: Mar 6, 2004

This structure is called "Sticks of Fire", which is the meaning of the Native American name "Tampa".

I cloned out a distracting building that was on the right.

Statistics
Place: 37 out of 126
Avg (all users): 5.9423
Avg (commenters): 6.4167
Avg (participants): 5.7436
Avg (non-participants): 6.1410
Views since voting: 2417
Votes: 156
Comments: 16
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03/17/2004 02:50:47 PM
Greetings from the CC. Great building, well captured. Nice sharp clear image. The 'flames' are wonderful.
My only possible critiques are: one the building looks slightly tilted to the right. But it could just be the way the flame on the right sticks out. ANd the shot may have worked well with the building being composed a little bit more to the tright vs. a central crop. I really like the red brick in the front to add some color to it. Well done. Keep shooting!
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03/15/2004 12:04:28 AM
Thanks to everyone for the great comments, I really appriciate it.

This is another view of the structure:

58167.jpg

Message edited by author 2004-03-20 21:22:10.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/14/2004 07:55:45 PM
Well composed.
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03/13/2004 07:40:59 PM
Very interresting combo.
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03/13/2004 10:30:22 AM
Very nice use of perspective. At first glance, I actually thought the 'flames' where integral in the building. Excellent.
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03/11/2004 09:01:14 PM
Great eye...I might have cropped the bottom a little tighter...but super shot.
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03/11/2004 08:03:04 PM
I had to look at this a couple times to really see what it was, that there was actually 2 separate items here. Challenge met, composition and color is good.
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03/10/2004 04:08:32 PM
What an interesting building/monument, I look forward to finding out where and what it is.
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03/08/2004 09:33:35 PM
nice pov...like the colours. Creative take on the challenge nice shot
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03/08/2004 05:34:05 PM
This composition is really, really good. Congratulations on seeing it and photographing it so nicely. 8
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03/08/2004 05:05:22 PM
Great use of foreground and background elements to 'create' an interesting image. This certainly does look like a tower on fire. If I were to be very picky I would suggest cropping off the bottom just past the plague so it gives it a more 'natural' look/feel and not just a building and a work of art.
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03/08/2004 03:10:56 PM
Pick one line to be your parallel and stick with it---otherwise, as is the case here, the illusion is a tilted building.
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03/08/2004 02:32:43 PM
interesting framing and vantage point. a little pixelated or blurry at the bottom.
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03/08/2004 11:53:50 AM
Hey... cool capture. I like how you composed the shot.
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03/08/2004 12:16:32 AM
Great perspective, very interesting to look at!
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