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Railway to the east
Railway to the east

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Challenge: Vanishing Point (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Nikon Coolpix 775
Location: Coquitlam, B.C. Canada
Date: Aug 10, 2004
Aperture: F/7.9
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/175
Galleries: Travel
Date Uploaded: Aug 10, 2004


Place: 129 out of 245
Avg (all users): 5.1639
Avg (commenters): 5.2857
Avg (participants): 4.9008
Avg (non-participants): 5.3621
Views since voting: 799
Views during voting: 399
Votes: 305
Comments: 9
Favorites: 0

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
08/15/2004 08:18:20 PM
A classic vanishing point. It all worked but the sky did not cooperate for you. In this case I think the sky could be cropped out - putting the vp close to the top.
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08/13/2004 05:25:24 PM
08/13/2004 01:21:35 PM
A quite common idea, and for me too rigid in its application without adding anything new. The usual recourse of such image is in high quality, but I'm afriad the contrast and light and suspect resolution around the tree don't do you any favours here. 4
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08/12/2004 06:22:08 AM
The problem with using a cliche subject is that you really need a new take on it to stand out. The double set of tracks partly meets that criterion, but among som many rail shots this gets lost, nice as it is.
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08/12/2004 05:12:57 AM
Classic view but it works fine. < 7 >
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08/11/2004 07:53:57 PM
Great attempt but there are focusing issues. I also think this could have been composed a bit better like if you were a bit lower to the ground and maybe more biased towards one pair of tracks rather than biased towards the middle.
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08/11/2004 03:55:14 PM
Somehow I feel as though I'm leaning over to the right, maybe a crop and slight rotate might have fixed this.
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08/11/2004 12:28:01 PM
That is cool ... really vanishes at the back. I would like a harder focus though.
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08/11/2004 01:16:25 AM
Umm... lets get out of the alimentary art class examples plz

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