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  #146 Edgy
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Frozen in time       ©2014 babysister
Panasonic DMC-GX7       4th place, 111 points
1/500s, f5.6, ISO 200, 50mm, Aperture Priority, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: Crop, cloned a reflection and lessened contrast.       Extra Info: A statue in front of a window at a city library.
 
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forkcandles
Aug 19, 2014
    reviewing the shots and my comments.
rather than flash as per your comment . i would have used the light behind and would have used a collapsible white disc or even a newspaper to get that little fill in

ysal
Aug 19, 2014
    Congrats, this is a stunning capture.

babysister
Aug 19, 2014
    Thanks for the comments. I'm glad that some of you like the same architectural lines as I do.
Forkcandles: No they would not have allowed flash. I could have increased the exposure but really wanted the half seen effect that I gave it.

RolandB
Aug 19, 2014
    Still like this. Congratulations.

Jade O.
Aug 18, 2014
    A nice double!

Lo
Aug 18, 2014
    Wow - two great finishes. Congrats!

Mepo
Aug 18, 2014
    Double five - man alive!

mrsawyer
Aug 18, 2014
    Congrats on your double top 5!

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Phil99
Aug 18, 2014
    I like the crop of the egde of the statue that's just right for the theme. I like the way it's all modern straight lines apart from the statue and I like the title.

Jade O.
Aug 17, 2014
    The figure doesn't work for me since I cannot tie the scale of the figure to the scale of the background.

dk
Aug 17, 2014
    like your subject, story and comp. Think I might have cropped lower middle leg vertical across the bottom though.
Edited on Aug 17, 2014

Lo
Aug 17, 2014
    Well composed and taken - great example of using the edge to strengthen the impact of the figure.

RolandB
Aug 17, 2014
    I like the strong lines. Certainly meets the challenge.

Mepo
Aug 16, 2014
    One interpretation I got from this edgy challenge was that several examples of the technique tended to make one question what was off-screen. You have achieved this very well in this shot. Nice texture & exposure too especially considering the lighting from the background. I wonder what he is doing in a library, he looks like he is parched and has his foot on the bar waiting for someone to pass him a drink. In my favs for sure.

forkcandles
Aug 16, 2014
    works well with the theme
was a fill flash to bring some detail out not possible in the museum
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