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Challenge: Obvious Tripod (Advanced Editing VII)
Collection: Portfolio
Camera: Nikon D7000
Date: Jun 17, 2011
Aperture: f/16
ISO: 100
Shutter: 6 sec
Date Uploaded: Jun 17, 2011

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Statistics
Place: 30 out of 89
Avg (all users): 6.0988
Avg (commenters): 6.5385
Avg (participants): 6.0208
Avg (non-participants): 6.1316
Views since voting: 708
Views during voting: 387
Votes: 162
Comments: 13
Favorites: 0


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06/25/2011 04:23:36 PM
Back to comment. Lots to like here, great idea, great spinning top and circles of light. It meets the challenge. On the other hand, I find it rather busy with the fence and tree cutting me off from what is most interesting rather than adding to the image. Also, a small but "nagging" issue for me, I find the girl's white sandals distracting because my eye keeps getting drawn back there. On further reflection.. this nicely captures a child's wonder with the spinning carousel, and the fence acts to provide the feeling of a child being on "the outside" looking "in" at where all the fun is going on. Perhaps a title to reflect that would have helped me appreciate the photo more immediately but I don't know, it's just a thought. I'm glad I took to time to explore it further.
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06/25/2011 06:34:16 AM
It's nice...imho it's better if cropped focusing more to the little girl and the carousel.
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06/23/2011 08:51:42 AM
If only you'd come in closer to the carousel it would have been a cooler effect. The foreground fence, tree, & sidewalk take away a lot from the photo. Clearly meets the challenge.
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06/21/2011 04:45:31 PM
This is just great, the shifting position of the waiting girl in the foreground makes the image go from good to very good.
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06/21/2011 04:21:56 PM
Obvious use of a tripod, or any other long-term stabilization tool (1-10 *is not the score of the shot though*): 10
Perfect light trails and sharp stationary objects show a tripod had to be used.
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06/21/2011 03:21:35 PM
Nice movement blur.
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06/21/2011 12:52:22 AM
The yellow dress adds a perfect touch
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06/20/2011 11:43:53 PM
THis is awesome, i just love it. 9
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06/20/2011 01:56:05 PM
A good subject for this challenge. I'm not a huge fan of the ghosted girl.

Obvious tripod use: High.
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06/20/2011 08:44:43 AM
This has a certain magic quality to it.
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06/20/2011 07:55:44 AM
Bryant Park? I am guessing that this is PennyStreet's photo.
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06/20/2011 02:46:18 AM
IMO this would have been a slightly stronger images if the little girl wasn't blurred in the foreground. She detracts a little from the carousel.
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06/20/2011 01:44:45 AM
love the blur
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