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Day 2
Day 2
aliqui


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Camera: Nikon D80
Lens: Nikon AF Zoom-Nikkor 18-135mm f/3.5- 5.6G ED DX
Location: South of Sparks Lake Oregon
Date: Sep 1, 2008
Aperture: F/8
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/60sec
Galleries: Rural, Transportation
Date Uploaded: Sep 3, 2008

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Comments: 4
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This shot actually had a car going through the windshield, but luckily I had taken two shots on a tripod. I cut the windshield out of the other shot and used the eraser tool at 10% to slowly erase the edges.
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10/04/2008 03:00:50 PM
I agree with previous suggestions in that I'd like to see a little more cropped off the left to make the crop clearly intentional. I'd also like to see some cropped off the right, as I find that the space in the lower right adds nothing. I suppose I'm suggesting a square crop. This would put the stop sign on a thirds line, too. There's loads of great colour, detail and texture in this shot.
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09/09/2008 11:51:13 AM
Nice work, another candidate for a magazine add.
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09/06/2008 11:45:51 AM
What a great location. I love the feel of exploration this gives.
The car is too dark on the left side of the picture. The stop sign is virtually dead center in the shot, and a distraction. You might try cropping just to the left of the highlight below the taillight. That would put the stop sign at about the left 1/3 mark. I think the shot could be lightened some as well, to bring out the great lighting and colors a bit more. You've got great clouds in the sky on the right 2/3 of the shot.
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09/04/2008 04:41:11 AM
Great colours in this shot, I like the car framing the bottom left ... personally I'd have been tempted to crop just a little off the left of the car just to reinforce that it was done on purpose rather than just missed.
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