The Best of CTF Challenges
Best of 2009
> 1st Place - A Night on the Town by Penny Street
1st Place - A Night on the Town by Penny Street
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L USM
1/50s f/3.5 at 35.0mm iso2000
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thanks john, Mr. Nave (do you have another name that you would like us to use?) and Rod, as always, for your kind words.
Funny how it seems so long ago that I took this. Penny Street
Have you noticed how the picys can look really great when first viewed but somehow after a week of looking at them they settle down to just looking good. A few just seem to hold the magic for the whole challenge & this definitely does. .............................Oh & my three:-)
I like very much the atmosphere of this photo. It feels like someone had too much to drink. (please stay away from the balcony...). a_nave
really like this one the oof makes this busy scene relaxing, colors are my favorite part - john (picks2592)
Lots of movement and things to see. Good job at keeping the glass from become the center of attention. -dtallakson
thanks Troy and Konstantin. Penny Street
this is very very good! For me - this is a wonderful example how OOF can be a center of interest and element of art. Excellent !
Very Good Penny. I like the Dark and Bright Color Blends.
Thanks all. Not a casino, though. I was 8 floors up looking out on the lights in Times Square (7th Ave and 45th St.) Penny Street
Very nice Penny- love that colorful splash of bokeh.
Great looking bokeh with that lens and the bright colors draw our attention away from the in focus glass. Good one Penny! CJ
I like all the colored lights. And the drink is nice and sharp. Cheers!
- sue anne
It really does give a sense of heading out into the night lights of the city. Nicely done, Penny.
Photography by Bruce Jones
Excellent. The lights and colors make a wonderful blend. The glass anchors everything and provides the interpretive key.
First thing I thought of was heading up the mountains and gambling a bit. Looks like a casino. Well done Penny. -Doug
thanks guys. This water glass was only my appetizer.
Really well shot with the glass placed to take our eyes along the line of lights & into the great looking bokeh. Terrific shot. I think that lens will become welded on the the camera with the picys you're getting with it.
Neat. Very animated with all the oof street sparkle springing from the glass. -tv
Nice one Penny - someone is going to have a hangover in the morning