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  #175 Leading Lines
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Breakaway       ©2016 aoc46
Panasonic DMC-FZ200       13th place, 72 points
1/320s, f6.3, ISO 100, 44mm, Shutter Priority, Spot, no flash
 
Post-Processing: RAW conversion, local tone adjustment, crop, resize, sharpen       Extra Info: None
 
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Jade O.
Aug 30, 2016
    I'm puzzled by the red fringing, too, but I wonder if it is the infamous Panasonic trouble in getting reds right. I'll bet it is a software or sensor issue but I am only guessing. My other guess is that it is the McCollough effect...since if I isolate a small part of the photo between the red jersey and green background the fringing appears to disappear.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McCollough_effect
Edited on Aug 30, 2016

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A.N.Other
Aug 29, 2016
    Nice colour of cyclist and timing. GL.

MSL
Aug 29, 2016
    This curving road with the bright red leading cyclist really define a great depth in this picture. Yu can hear the cyclist's effort.....

aoc46
Aug 29, 2016
    Jade: Eww, you're right - hadn't spotted that. More of a red fringing - maybe he cut the last corner too close and scratched himself on the thorn bushes like I did. (How we have to suffer for art!)

Mepo
Aug 28, 2016
    Good timing to get the breakaway tied in with the beautiful curving road.

Jade O.
Aug 28, 2016
    Nice vista and good action. But the rider looks odd like there is purple fringing or something.

aoc46
Aug 28, 2016
    fc: Alis Nocturnis and I attended the same bike race, though on different parts of the course.

RobertL: I'd have a different view of how the LLs work in this scene:
- The viewer's eye is drawn first to the red lead rider (the biggest and most eye-catching thing in the scene, with the utility pole as an added LL)
- then the road then leads him/her back through the pack, up the hill and past the farm.
Edited on Aug 28, 2016

forkcandles
Aug 27, 2016
    there is another similar one in the open
this fits the bill for the leading lines

RobertLavker
Aug 26, 2016
    nice idea having the curves leading one's eye out of the frame on the right. Well conceived.
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