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Bridge Out!
Bridge Out!

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Challenge: Trains & Railroads II (Basic Editing)
Camera: Nikon D80
Lens: Sigma 30mm f/1.4 EX DC HSM for Nikon
Location: My basement
Date: Apr 11, 2009
Aperture: 2.5
ISO: 1000
Shutter: 1/100
Galleries: Studio, Transportation
Date Uploaded: Apr 14, 2009

This is just a quick shot taken for the Challenge, I wanted to enter but didn't have alot of time. So I took out my kids train set and set up this shot.

Place: 150 out of 168
Avg (all users): 4.6091
Avg (commenters): 6.6667
Avg (participants): 4.5833
Avg (non-participants): 4.6216
Views since voting: 538
Views during voting: 345
Votes: 220
Comments: 6
Favorites: 0

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
04/21/2009 09:24:04 PM
Bridge OUT....OH NO!!!!

Use of props... clever. Depth of field...just right. Toy train car...priceless

I know this can't be changed (unless altered in P-SHOP), but I would have liked the tree to the right if it were placed straight across....rather than on an angle. This is the only thing I just want to fix, lol.
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04/21/2009 08:09:33 PM
imo the train is a little too much in the center maybe a different placement
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04/21/2009 10:22:24 AM
nice shot.
04/19/2009 06:44:19 PM
It's often better when viewing an image that makes one laugh is to come back and look at it again. After doing so, this is definetly a ten if only because of it's clever use of toys that meet the challenge subject. While technically flawed, it is a complete artistic success.
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04/18/2009 11:00:41 AM
love the use of props. Welldone. 7
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04/16/2009 04:08:01 PM
Great colors and lighting here, I just think the composition would be stronger with a more interesting angle and if the subject wasn't right in the middle like that.
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