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Valley Steel
Valley Steel
bmartuch


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Challenge: Free Study 2008-03 (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Nikon D50
Lens: Tokina AF 12-24mm f/4.0 AT-X Pro DX
Location: Saginaw, Michigan
Date: Mar 30, 2008
Aperture: F4
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/4000
Galleries: Cityscape, Architecture
Date Uploaded: Mar 30, 2008

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Statistics
Place: 334 out of 500
Avg (all users): 5.4305
Avg (commenters): 7.0000
Avg (participants): 5.1743
Avg (non-participants): 6.0952
Views since voting: 538
Views during voting: 231
Votes: 151
Comments: 16
Favorites: 1 (view)


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04/08/2008 02:56:11 PM
Love the processing -- you took a hard cold scene and made it soft and warm. I especially like the luminosity in the sky. And I like the fading around the edges.
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04/08/2008 01:00:28 PM
I thought you were using this for warm? Standout as far as old architecture and form.
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04/08/2008 02:51:15 AM
Wow, this reminds me of a vintage postcard!
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
04/07/2008 04:16:26 PM
Funky processing works well here; looks like something out of a historical monograph. 8
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04/07/2008 11:43:17 AM
Nice processing. It looks like an old tintype or whatever they were called. I like the cloud brightness over the building.
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04/06/2008 12:38:14 PM
I really don't know how to rate this one. This seldom happens to me. It's a beautiful modern creation of an old, sepia toned, photo. But in a modern challenge it's a tremendously over-processed image. I like it, but I can't fairly vote on it so I will leave this comment and refrain.
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04/06/2008 11:42:43 AM
Oh this is my kind of place! Wish I could join you there. Nicely done, love the tones in this image.
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04/05/2008 03:04:14 AM
I like the nostalgic feeling this shot has but the light vignette takes away from it here IMHO.
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04/04/2008 09:36:33 AM
Wonderfully nostalgic! The fade out is very symbolic of the sharp decline in the industry and all the lost jobs. Nicely done! 9
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04/03/2008 09:35:50 PM
I like it.
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04/03/2008 09:32:38 AM
My only suggestion here, remove the power lines on the right hand side and you've got a perfect "antique" shot! LOVE IT!!!!!!!
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04/02/2008 02:46:44 PM
Interesting use of white vignetting and I really like the duo tone colors here. -BB
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04/02/2008 05:23:21 AM
I like the olde worlde feel you have given this shot and think the sepia works nicely. I find the subject a little boring and feel the building is too central in the frame. I am also distracted by the blown out area in the sky. I think having something intersting right in the foreground of your image so that you appear to be shooting across them and up to the building, maybe those pieces of wood on the left, might have made this a bit more interesting.

This is just my humble opinion.
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04/02/2008 12:18:42 AM
Fading into eternity? Interesting effect.
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04/01/2008 09:22:48 AM
Like a vintage postcard. COOL
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04/01/2008 12:08:05 AM
A nostalgic stunner!
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