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Resting Boat
Resting Boat
KidKilowatt


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Challenge: Image Grain III (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Canon EOS-450D Rebel XSi
Lens: Canon EF 70-200mm f/4.0L IS USM
Date: Jun 24, 2009
Aperture: f7.1
ISO: 400
Shutter: 1/60
Galleries: Black and White, Transportation
Date Uploaded: Jun 24, 2009

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Place: 66 out of 177
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Votes: 115
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07/06/2009 12:52:39 AM
Very attractive grain, the boat disappearing into the abstract shapes of the adjacent bows, and the suggestive watery beyond. All subtlety.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
07/05/2009 12:31:35 AM
Visionary... real and flat ... Buster Keaton is hiding in that boat from Keystone Kops who will never come. The boat is resting. The photo is resting. This is good, because my eyes are tired of being told what to do. Sometimes you have to say to a boat that you just don't want to go anywhere. Some of us enjoy the threshold between land and water. We don't want to shove off. We like it here.

Posthumous Yellow Ribbon. yellowpost.jpg
07/04/2009 04:10:38 PM
Challenge Relevance:7 Impact/Emotion/Mood:6 Technicals:6 Processing:6 Creativity:6
07/03/2009 07:09:06 PM
lovely use of grain, lovely in black and white as well
07/03/2009 05:38:37 AM
Love the angle, lighting, and DOF......6
07/02/2009 02:26:45 PM
I like the perspective, though the crop seems a little centered to me. The grain works, except in the light area on the lower right, where is seems to be just overlaid on an area of bright highlights.
07/02/2009 01:43:23 PM
Without the title I really would have trouble figuring out what this is. I think it is the way the highlight in the boat kind of runs into the background. Doesn't separate enough to be recognizable. My eye automatically goes to the brightest part of the image so I really don't see the nice separation on the left that was achieved. That is what you want throughout the whole image.


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