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Challenge: Wheels (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Olympus C-720UZ
Location: West Jordan, UT
Date: Apr 2, 2004
Aperture: 1:4.5
Shutter: 1/400
Galleries: Emotive, Still Life
Date Uploaded: Apr 5, 2004

This is an old wagon that had been painted and used as a yard decoration. I did not have the time to shoot what was in my mind for this challenge but I came up with something.

Place: 178 out of 283
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Views since voting: 589
Votes: 263
Comments: 8
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
04/12/2004 09:02:02 PM
Very nice picture for weels. I think I would have liked to see more of the wheels. On my screen, it looks a bit over "compressed".
04/11/2004 04:16:55 AM
Looks a little jagged to me, but hte colors are great.
04/10/2004 08:04:31 PM
it's quite a nice and balanced shot, but the title is not exactly appropriate in that the wheels do not look that old and one cannot tell that this carriage (or whatever it is)is abandonned
04/09/2004 07:00:14 AM
it looks a little jaggy on my screen makes it not very nice to look at, sorry
04/07/2004 06:00:38 PM
wow...very busy here.
04/07/2004 03:55:02 PM
Nice concept. I would frame even tighter, and lose the left hub. It's distracting that the crop line cuts that hub through the middle. 7
04/07/2004 03:26:00 PM
A tad too sharpened for my taste.
04/07/2004 03:11:08 PM
i see jaggies on the wheels, some of the spokes., the axle on the left. Not nice at all. Did you crop it and blow it up? Shot it in very low resolution? Compressed it too much? nice lighting and exposure, but the jaggies are very bad.

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