The Best of CTF Challenges
Best of 2007
Canon EOS 30D
Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
1/100s f/11.0 at 17.0mm iso400
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Thanks Bruce, Mikey, and Armin. Yes I did try it in B&W Armin, but especially liked that red pop of color on the sign and the blueish shadow outside.
wonderful! have you tried a bw version? I could imagine that it would work equally well!
Well seen and shot, Brent. Very nice patterns and subtle colors. Cheers, -mikey
Photography by Bruce Jones
I like the cool tones here. The little sign pops out all the more. Nice. -- Bruce
Again, thanks much all for your comments- much appreciated :-)
OH my.... :) What isn't there to like here? jano
Excellent idea and well executed. - RK
Well done Brent! Love the little red sign too! CJ
I like how the line of the shadow on the building outside continues in the line of the silhouetted panes on the wall. Good compromise in the difficult exposure. -tv
Really good, Brent. As Britt pointed out the little red sign adds to the photo.
Good stuff indeed Brent. You must carry your camera around with the a lot and it paid off. -COAmature
Very well seen and taken Brent. :-)
Thanks Rod, Tom and Britt. I skip the bus or bike and drive in to work sometimes when I have a very full day and I happened to be returning to my car parked off to the left when I saw this. That's my office building you see across the street through the window there. I can park cheaply on this 6th floor because the stairs are steep and there is no elevator in the building- good exercise.
I love this one too...the old, grey shadows and then the bright red number. Nicely seen and captured, Brent! Britt
Good job on spotting & shooting the repetition here. Parking with a view, nice.
This is excellent Brent a real "art of seeing' shot. The angle of the shadow on the building outside the window which ties in wiv the window shadow & gives it impact.Great work mate on a tricky exposure too.