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Steam Loco Cog Wheels
Steam Loco Cog Wheels
shardy


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Wheels (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix A203
Location: Bressingham, UK
Date: Apr 2, 2004
Aperture: 7.0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/60
Galleries: Abstract
Date Uploaded: Apr 6, 2004

This is a detail of the cog wheels on a steam locomotive at the Steam Museum in Bressingham, Norfolk, England.

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Place: 158 out of 283
Avg (all users): 5.0744
Avg (commenters): 5.5000
Avg (participants): 5.0708
Avg (non-participants): 5.0775
Views since voting: 836
Votes: 242
Comments: 9
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04/14/2004 09:46:02 AM
When I look at it, I see gears, not wheels. So close it lacks context, and the flash detracts from it.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
04/13/2004 01:32:37 PM
Thanks for the close-up, and I like your composition. I wonder what it is? Seems a contradiction. Oxidized iron but it's bright and shiny.
04/12/2004 04:45:46 PM
not often do i look at metal and think..."gross" but in this case its kinda good, poor lighting though, but without it, the "wet look" might not be there to provoke such a feeling
04/10/2004 11:15:10 PM
nice macro. good detail
04/10/2004 04:57:37 PM
the flash makes it look slimey/overexposed.
04/10/2004 04:32:25 PM
Has potential to be an interesting shot, but the lighting is way too harsh.
04/08/2004 05:03:50 PM
in my opinion its to hard to tell that its a wheel without the title.
04/07/2004 01:53:21 PM
Sweet image, but I think the harsh flash lighting takes away from the inherently interesting texture. Using a tripod and indirect or natural lighting at a slower shutter speed would help --- this might be a cool subject for the "painting with light" technique. Look in the tutorial or how to section.
04/07/2004 12:08:54 PM
Almost medical looking. THe reflections are a bit overpowering. Is this with flash or set lighting?


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