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Morning Sunlight greets Evening Shadows
Morning Sunlight greets Evening Shadows

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Challenge: Free Study 2010-12 (Advanced Editing VII)
Collection: 2010
Camera: Sony Alpha A55
Lens: Tamron SP AF 24-135mm f/3.5-5.6 AD Aspherical IF for Minolta
Date: Dec 23, 2010
Aperture: F16
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/60
Galleries: Landscape, Black and White
Date Uploaded: Dec 24, 2010

Title Choices (can you tell I had a hard time picking one?):
Morning Transition
Moonset Morning
When Evening meets Morning
Evening welcomes the Morning
Evening fades into a new day
Evening fades into Morning
When Night becomes Day
Morning Sun meets Evening Shadows
Morning Sunlight versus Evening Shadows
When Morning greets Evening
Morning and Evening
Night becomes Day

Place: 202 out of 275
Avg (all users): 5.3046
Avg (commenters): 6.0000
Avg (participants): 5.3431
Avg (non-participants): 5.2245
Views since voting: 494
Views during voting: 256
Votes: 151
Comments: 8
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01/12/2011 08:45:30 AM
Nice capture of the moon and clouds as the morning rises. :-)Looking at your photographer's comments - I can totally relate to that process of picking the perfect title ::chuckle:: maddening at times, isn't it? Anyway back to the photo - love the sweep of mountains, clouds and the moon. I am curious as to what the color version looks like. The B&W conversion left a sepia tone/slightly higher saturation of red channel that I think (JMO of course) lessens the impact of the dynamic differences between light and shadow (looking at the way the light rolls on and off of the tree covered mountain in forefront - removing the slight red/brown hue would make the play of light and shadow pop more).
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
01/07/2011 09:05:06 PM
I don't like the smoothness of the textures, but I do like the transitional moment you've captured. The planetary motion is very evident here.
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01/06/2011 02:06:26 AM
nice scene, the conversion feels a bit flat
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01/04/2011 10:50:50 AM
for me this appears to have to much noise reduction (seems funny to say that...usually it's the opposite)...I would like to see more detail in the clouds...JMO
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01/02/2011 11:20:31 PM
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01/02/2011 10:36:21 PM
Interesting scene, especially with the moon in there. Feels like those clouds are overly dark somehow.
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01/01/2011 07:03:12 PM
This photo has a nice feel to it, I think the sepia works really well here, and love the low flying clouds, oh and of course the moon.
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01/01/2011 01:42:24 PM
This does not really pull me anyway in particular. It is not overly exciting, yet its not completely boring....It just doesnt do much for me, sorry.
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