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  #114 Perspective
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Dead-end       ©2012 pap
Panasonic DMC-ZS8       3rd place, 166 points
1/100s, f5.1, ISO 100, 121mm, Normal Program, Center Weighted Average, no flash
 
Post-Processing: Sharpening, slight saturation, 90 degree rotation       Extra Info: None
 
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Lo
Apr 17, 2012
    Well done! lovd it from the start.

Mepo
Apr 17, 2012
    Congrats for a great finish

mrsawyer
Apr 17, 2012
    Congrats on your high finish!

Jade O.
Apr 16, 2012
    You rack up another 3rd place and a nice average ranking.

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Mepo
Apr 16, 2012
    You are playing with my brain LOL Neat idea and I like the colours.

Amberbug
Apr 16, 2012
    Nice shot, either would work for me, a little slanted but great seeing.

Ronoz
Apr 16, 2012
    Very clever ...I've always been a bit slow , so has taken me a little while , but I got there in the end, well done for making the standard view into something very intriguing, good work & in my TT..

mrsawyer
Apr 16, 2012
    The perspective adds interest! The color and framing are fine. The focal point bothers me here, as my eyes dart around looking for what is in focus. My eyes want to see the brick wall in focus. (Just a personal preference.) In my favs.

Lo
Apr 15, 2012
    This is mind boggling, no matter which way I look at it. It's a terrific study in perspective, beautifully taken.

SteveBee
Apr 15, 2012
    The rotation is an interesting twist (no pun intended) and makes you ask what is that?

forkcandles
Apr 14, 2012
    with the shape why did it need the rotation were the marks on the right on the floor or ceiling.

ehstebann
Apr 13, 2012
    Really mind-boggling, 'till I read the "90 degree rotation" in Post-Processing. Great idea to take the hallway shot a step further!

rafinmelb
Apr 13, 2012
    The receding perspective thing works well, though I think we need something else to give the shot a little more punch. The human element perhaps, though then you could not flip it 90 degrees.

Jade O.
Apr 13, 2012
    I personally think it would be more effective rotated 180 degrees.

elliott
Apr 12, 2012
    i had an under bridge shot you would have liked... structurally very similar composition. in my favorites.
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