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Canon
Model
Canon PowerShot S1 IS
Shutter Speed
1/3 second
Aperture
F/2.8
Focal Length
6 mm
Date Taken
Apr 3, 2005, 12:39:36 AM
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STERILE by clarinetJWD STERILE by clarinetJWD
Ster·ile, adj.

4. Lacking imagination, creativity, or vitality.


Technical Info------------------------------------ -------
Taken in the Peabody Conservatory
Canon PowerShot S1 IS
F 2.8, 1/3 sec.
Cropped and Bordered in Photoshop
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LilleMjau Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2006   Photographer
Absolutely wonderful! Ah, the whiteness, and yet the contrasts that make out the different lockers/doors. I love your entire gallery, I should probably put a fave on every piece!
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clarinetJWD Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2006
Thanks so much :)
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yzzil5 Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2005
yes, very sterile. This could scare a kid my age *laughs*
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clarinetJWD Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2005
:lol:
Thanks
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greglief Featured By Owner May 16, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
Great composition! The bright spots don't detract that much either...
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clarinetJWD Featured By Owner May 16, 2005
Thank you very much :)
I'm glad you liked it!
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greglief Featured By Owner May 16, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
It's terrific! A bit somber, because for some reason it reminds me of something like "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest"... not sure why.
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clarinetJWD Featured By Owner May 16, 2005
:nod:

Perfect interpretation. :)
Thank you!
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greglief Featured By Owner May 16, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
No.... thank YOU! ;)
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Kaylazelda Featured By Owner May 6, 2005
Truthfully one shouldn't use the burn, blur and sponge tool on photoghop. They tend to eat and creat pixelization if you ask me. The gradient tool isnt a bad way to escape the over contrasts, it actually can make it look more natural, yet in this picture its ok for bleached spots. You can only get so far with white. Where did you take this picture? In a hospital? It scared me at first how white everything is but now I actually like it. Something to keep me awake.
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