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PostPosted: Fri Apr 16, 2010 11:08 am 
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Well - seen on another monitor my picture is looking a bit too dark. But OK, a longer exposure would have produced a really blurry image and a higher ISO would have made it unusable.
But OK, let's hope you all are using monitors like my other one on which it seemed strong and "dark" but not too dark.


AL's photo from inside the car is looking quite impressive. Nice color contrast, nice contrast between light and darkness and nice contrast between the sharpness "inside" and the blurry "outside".
Uh damned - I need an ultra wide angle lens! :lol:

Pretty damn sharp bird, Lensbaby! Great shot!

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Will be a difficult month to choose as many many great and diverse photographs, always nice to see lots and lots of entries. Many i assume took time to set up, many required patience, i guess even Gordons was not `plane sailing`, fighting for elbow room among the throngs of people.
Anyway, well done to entrants so far.
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Very nice shot Sue! Some really diverse and great pics this month!


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Beautiful shot man. Love the colors, reflection and how the background is.

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Thank you Jiko for your comments...

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Mikeroch - I love that shot... Fantastic concept and awesome execution!

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Thanks fallenmembers! There are definately some awesome shots this month.

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Hi amr276, thanks for entering, but we've had to remove your post because it wasn't taken this month. Please read the rules! The assignment photo must be taken during the month of entry - so for this latest one, you have to take it during April 2010.


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Cheers Plymer. I shot about 150 frames of wind turbines, speeding traffic, big chunks of heavy engineering lumbering around, but nothing really floated my boat. Typically, that escalator shot was one of the first ... I obviously peaked early!

It's been a good task this month ... perhaps requiring more of a structured and planned approach to finding a subject than some months where routine subjects can be shoehorned to fit the task.

Thanks again, good luck to you.

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Sire, clever..... I like the concept!

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Thanks Al! I like yours a lot aswel, do you use a headrestmount for these kind of shots? Love the color...and the car too! :wink:

@ starbug: That's a lot of people moving!


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Yo mrstratts,

A great picture can be found ubiquitously.
Yours I truly like!

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"@ starbug: That's a lot of people moving!"

The Garage seats 18 810, but there were probably a few less than that waving towels - there would have been a few unhappy Kings fans in there somewhere. :P

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There are some really good shots this month... good luck to everyone.


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mrstratts - very nice picture!

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