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Jan 14, 2006 08:17 |  #1

Shot this as I was walking around a few weeks ago on Essex St. I invite your comments and critiques.

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Jan 14, 2006 09:13 |  #2

I might try a saturation boost myself and position the main focus of the shot less centrally. I always equate cardboard cup coffee with dishwater and the guy who painted the pole clearly didn't apply much QA to the task ;-)a


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Jan 14, 2006 11:57 as a reply to  @ condyk's post |  #3

Condyk, I used your suggestions and made this cropped version.

I try to avoid the paper cup stuff myself. I found it that way, so this is a "candid" shot, so to speak.


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Jan 14, 2006 11:58 as a reply to  @ jwbker's post |  #4

whoops... here it is:


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Jan 15, 2006 02:02 |  #5

The crop is much better, Love the colour of the bokeh.. very nice.


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Jan 15, 2006 05:36 |  #6

Yes, crop does a better job.


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