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  #31 Lines and Stripes
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Lines and bricks       ©2007 wangi
Panasonic DMC-LX2       5th place, 198 points
1/250s, f5.6, ISO 100, 41mm, Normal Program, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: Bibble Pro: Andy b&w plugin: fomapan 100, microphen 11min 68F, Kodak - Potra, RA-4, Film: -1.86, Paper:0.4       Extra Info: Fire escape stairs
 
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Plebian
Apr 17, 2007
    Congrats with your TT finish wangi !!

dp
Apr 17, 2007
    Well, well, this is good opportuinty to thank you for the hard work you put in for this web site so THANK YOU. Also Congrats on TT'ing nicely done hope to see you next challenge. dp

LaRee
Apr 16, 2007
    Congrats! Funny how as I was trying to weed through my favorites, your image kept being pushed further up the ranks in my sort order. The more I viewed it the more interesting and captivating it came. Nice work.

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harpazo_hope
Apr 16, 2007
    This is really good. You caught it at just the perfect time of day to get all those wonderful shadows at just the right angle.

rfr1
Apr 15, 2007
    I really like the shadows and lines especially in B&W. In my TT

hifi
Apr 13, 2007
    Cool- nice idea!

broph
Apr 13, 2007
    I took the same type of shot for the challenge but did not have the benefit of the shadows on the left greatly compliments the stairs on the right.
Great shooting angle and use of B&W enhances the shot.
High on my favorites.

aac
Apr 13, 2007
    Nothing but lines. Good eye, good capture. The B&W and the shadows work well together.

rafinmelb
Apr 13, 2007
    like the light and shadows and different textures and angles. The B&W works well here.

dp
Apr 12, 2007
    This is very well processed. Love the tones. The composition is a tad weak for me in that the hand rail in the foreground grabs my eye takes it up and out of the frame. I really have to work to get back into the photo. My .02, hope this opinion is worth while to you. Good luck, dp.
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