Get the Lead Out!

© Paul Conlan

Get the Lead Out!

Uploaded: August 10, 2004

Description

Workers Removing Lead Paint / ISO50 - F4.0 - 1/160th Sec. / Edits in PS8 & LView Pro.

Comments

Paul Conlan August 10, 2004

Note: I've resubmitted this photo after using the PS Skew (Edit... Transform... Skew) feature to straighten the vertical line of the right hand brick wall. I've deleted the original entry. Thanks!

Paul #156611

Charlene Bayerle August 10, 2004

Wonderful shot and title Paul!!! Great job!!! #697871

Paul Conlan August 10, 2004

Thank you Charlene... glad you like it. Best wishes... #697878

Bonnie C. Lackey August 10, 2004

Great comp on this - the different heights of the workers make it almost a ballet...nice job, Paul. #698092

Paul Conlan August 10, 2004

Thanks for the comment Bonnie. I'm pleased you like it. Yes, it was the composition of the scene that caught my eye... and the workers unknowlingly cooperated by staying "in place" for two minutes while I got my shots. Best wishes... #698145

Murry Grigsby August 10, 2004

Nice "Sign of the times" shot Paul! Super image design, details and colors!! Thanks for sharing the info about straightening the wall also. #698267

Paul Conlan August 10, 2004

Good to hear from you Murry! I'm glad you like the photo. Best wishes... #698278

Amy N. Cappelli August 10, 2004

great title and image! #698284

Paul Conlan August 10, 2004

Thank you Amy. I appreciate your comment. #698303

Evy Johansen level-classic September 15, 2004

Many congratulations, Paul! Wonderful image! #781602

Dorothy Neumann September 15, 2004

Woooooo Hooooo!!!!!! I am so excited for you with this WIN!!! #781810

Paul Conlan September 15, 2004

Thank you Evy and Dorothy! I'm pretty excited too about the win. Best wishes... #781875

Murry Grigsby September 15, 2004

Congrats on your wind Paul! #782286

Paul Conlan September 15, 2004

Thanks Murry... appreciate it! #782377

Mary K. Robison September 15, 2004

Congratulations, Paul! #782859

Ellen Peach level-classic September 15, 2004

Well done, Paul....congratulations!!! #783593

Paul Conlan September 15, 2004

Many thanks Mary and Ellen. I value your congratulations. Best wishes... #783965

Charlene Bayerle September 15, 2004

Congratulations Paul!!! Way to go!!!! #784207

Nancy Grace Chen September 15, 2004

Excellent journalism, and artistic, too! Congratulations, Paul!!

Nancy #784237

Paul Conlan September 16, 2004

Charlene and Nancy... Thank you both for your congratulations. And... Charlene for being the first person to comment on this photo at all! Best wishes... #784518

Peggy Wolff September 16, 2004

Congratulations Paul! This does have great lines, but it tickles my funny bone for some reason. #784642

Paul Conlan September 16, 2004

Hi Peggy... thanks for your congratulations and comment. Yes, the outfits are rather absurd and then there are the turquoise gloves! #784794

Cathy Barrows September 16, 2004

Congrats Paul...way to go #785498

Paul Conlan September 16, 2004

Thanks Cathy... nice to hear from you. #785503

Nikki McDonald level-classic February 27, 2010

Bet you thought this one was dead, Paul -- just saw it come up in rotation on the contest page and it caught my eye immediately. I love the colors, the lines and the composition. Wonderful winner then and still is. Congratulations. #8420764

Paul Conlan February 27, 2010

Dead on BP anyway! Ha... I didn't know there was a rotation on the contest page... but I'm glad you found it and like it. It is special to me for the very reasons you said, though many don't seem to get it. Thank you for your comment and best wishes...

Paul #8420883


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