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Spin the Dial, Spin the Wheel
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Challenge: Wheels (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Olympus C-5050Z
Location: Home
Date: Apr 1, 2004
Aperture: f/2.3
ISO: 64
Shutter: 1/2
Galleries: Vintage, Traditional Art
Date Uploaded: Apr 1, 2004

Old Phone.

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Place: 258 out of 283
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Votes: 250
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04/13/2004 03:04:51 PM
pa matarte... ;)
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04/12/2004 10:17:05 PM
whee oldschool telephone, those things are krazy
04/12/2004 10:02:37 PM
My kids would not know how to use it.lol
  Photographer found comment helpful.
04/12/2004 05:13:25 PM
You could have used a more consistint background, the darkness seems to become brighter towards the bottom and top right of the photo. This could have easily been taken care of using contrast.
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04/11/2004 08:44:04 AM
creative idea; would like either a bit more room on the right or cropped even closer, nice blur on the cord, stickers (obviously on for quite some time) detract from the subject.
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04/11/2004 01:59:24 AM
The hot spot is distracting.
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04/10/2004 06:48:48 PM
"Where did you dig up that old fossil?"
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04/10/2004 12:13:28 PM
you're showing your age, one point off for cropping the cord, 1 point off for not adjustion color to my liking. 8
  Photographer found comment helpful.
04/09/2004 03:25:23 PM
I think the angle for this shot could be more interesting than this.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
04/09/2004 05:54:21 AM
I think the cropping is a bit too tight on this one, I think it would have been better too see the chord too and a bit space from the phone on the right, I can see from the white on the phone that the lightning might be a little to harsh, and there is a yellow hue over the picture, wich could be corrected in ps Or in th e white balance setting in your camera, Best of luck :)
  Photographer found comment helpful.
04/08/2004 12:46:00 PM
I don't like the composition
04/08/2004 10:11:01 AM
I wonder how many people have no idea how to use this?
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04/07/2004 11:43:59 PM
i've wanted to put one of these on my car's dashboard for the longeset time :)
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04/07/2004 10:38:05 PM
not good enough, very bland.
04/07/2004 07:32:43 PM
The focus seems 'soft'. Also - the cropping seems too severe. Would liked to have seen all the cord and not cut off the handset on the right.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
04/07/2004 03:05:15 PM
I was goint to take a very similar shot, but thought if the dial could be cought in motion (blurred) it would help. Not sharple focused, not well lit, could use some sharpening.
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04/07/2004 01:52:49 PM
It looks like a slight case of camera shake. You might have considered turning it into a sepia-toned image as I think the subject would fit.
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04/07/2004 10:03:15 AM
The black background works.
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