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After bombing ceased
05/16/2008 11:06:15 PM
After bombing ceased
by quiet_observation

Comment:
Thank you for not going with 'Rusty Stationary Tool'
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Real Stainless Timepiece
05/15/2008 11:29:07 PM
Real Stainless Timepiece
by maynerd12

Comment:
Well I guess there is no doubt that this was taken during the challenge time period. I like the way the top of the watch fades to black. Also, nice job in avoiding overexposed glares. For this subject, I think a centered composition may have also worked well.
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Astonishingly beautiful Corsica
05/15/2008 11:26:46 PM
Astonishingly beautiful Corsica
by LevT

Comment:
I like the keyhole technique used here. I'm sitting here with index cards recropping your image on screen to see how it would look if you took more of the foreground off. I think I would prefer it if the crop was tighter leaving the background as the major element and the foreground as an aside.
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Kind Loving Mother
05/15/2008 11:22:11 PM
Kind Loving Mother
by wickee_one

Comment:
Beautifully composed, nice use of DOF to isolate the subject, and nice use of soft focus. On the negative side, the brightness of the orange roof is distracting and I personally would have liked to see eyes as they are the gateway to emotion.
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Light My Night
05/15/2008 11:17:23 PM
Light My Night
by Sherri1209

Comment:
I don't personally like the tilt of this photograph. It is not enough to make it an element of the image yet enough to make it obvious.
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Ultra Violet Wig
05/15/2008 11:15:59 PM
Ultra Violet Wig
by glennc

Comment:
There is a lot of depth in the expression of the model. I can't exactly put my finger on it, which kind of works as it leaves a bit of mystery into what she was thinking. As far as lighting and composition, I personally think you missed the mark. If I were taking this, I would have avoided the shadow across the face and the white area on the left. Also, I would have placed the model off center and up further to include more of the shoulders.
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Rust Stained Tractor
05/15/2008 12:43:59 AM
Rust Stained Tractor
by XMountaineer

Comment:
Much too sharp to be soft focus. UGH!!! I thought I was voting in the other challenge. Sorry. That being said, nice use of leading lines in using the trees to bring the attention to the tractor.
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Psst! Hey buddy! XYZ!
05/15/2008 12:41:41 AM
Psst! Hey buddy! XYZ!
by Citadel

Comment:
DNMC!!! Perhaps you should have called it 'Utterly Viable Window'

Jokes aside, I think the idea is great. Bonus points for non-conformity.
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little girls with big secrets
05/14/2008 10:56:32 PM
little girls with big secrets
by smardaz

Comment:
The foreground is very well done and the image appears spontaneous and unrehearsed. However, the trees in the background are distracting to me. The way the come out from behind their heads look like antlers, especially the girl on the right.
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a break from the city
05/14/2008 10:53:24 PM
a break from the city
by AP

Comment:
I like the scene as it has a real feel to it. I am also a fan of the foreground elements being used to frame the subject. The only thing I would have changed is the left crop. I see the area left of the tree as dead space and would have personally cropped the image at mid trunk. That would form a barrier that keeps the viewer's eye from wondering off the edge of the photo.
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