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G N A W
05/01/2006 03:58:43 AM
G N A W
by RKT

Comment:
I gave this a ten... love it. Beautiful work.. can't believe it did so poorly.
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LLOYD STREET
02/06/2006 03:03:34 PM
LLOYD STREET3rd Place
by WaysOfSeeing

Comment:
Awesome exposure. I'd love to see a little grain in this... but I'm sure I'm in the minority. Great job on that tonal range. Judging by your portfolio, you're very strong with b&w, and that makes me happy. Congrats on the ribbon!
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Great and Small          (Ansel Adams Tribute)
02/06/2006 03:00:08 PM
Great and Small (Ansel Adams Tribute)2nd Place
by Tallbloke

Comment:
This is absolutely stunning. There's nothing about this that I would change... amazing black and white work.
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Rebel
10/31/2005 12:40:16 AM
Rebel3rd Place
by gaurawa

Comment:
So glad this ribboned... I absolutely love this shot.

Edit: typos :)

Message edited by author 2005-10-31 00:46:28.
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Black-eyed Susans
10/25/2005 01:05:49 AM
Black-eyed Susans
by drydoc

Comment:
First of all, this shot has some good potential - the flowers are nicely in focus, and the diagonal line adds interest to the shot; where this photograph loses the viewer, however, is in the colour. The white balance is pretty significantly off - you definitely need to go warmer with this one if you're going to stay with colour; the vividness of the yellow colour against the gloom of the backdrop would be very effective if the yellow shade were corrected. Alternatively, this would look great in black and white. For this particular challenge, I'm not really seeing a lot of good grain - there is some colour noise that is more of a detriment than anything else in the greens - again, I would recommend colour correction or desaturation. In this case, the grain doesn't add to the mood, because it is not a true, all-over grain. I do like the composition/crop, however, and with a tish of sharpening this would be as clear as you could want. Colour work is really all this needs. Good luck!
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Lit up rain
10/25/2005 12:52:50 AM
Lit up rain
by pacpinto

Comment:
I'm not sure how others are going to feel about this, since it doesn't really seem to be your standard DPC fair, but I love it - it's very abstract feeling, and it definitely meets the challenge. Good call going with b&w on this, and I like the out of focus feel - great work!
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Neal Hendrix
10/25/2005 12:51:11 AM
Neal Hendrix
by michael_p

Comment:
Composition is good, and you've got the action very nicely frozen. I'm seeing an appropriate amount of grain; overall, it meets the challenge. However, I'd really like to see this either a) with considerably more contrast, or b) with some colour. Actually, some wild contrast AND colour would look pretty great, too :) As it is, your subject and background are kind of battling each other for attention - and this is a better shot than that! Good luck, this is a nice action capture.
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Twilight Time
10/25/2005 12:04:07 AM
Twilight Time
by RKT

Comment:
This is just gorgeous. Your toning is spectacular, and the composition is perfect - the contrast is just right, and everything is sharp without going overboard. Beautiful work.
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Mother's Grief...Mother's Joy
10/24/2005 06:33:20 PM
Mother's Grief...Mother's Joy
by DrAchoo

Comment:
Beautiful - this is one of the rare occasions where I like selective desaturation. Your toning is perfect here, too - this could easily be too heavy of a sepia tone, but for this contrasty of a photograph, it works beautifully. The grain is perfect - you have a very moody, emotive shot here. Well done.
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ANNO 1738
10/24/2005 06:32:10 PM
ANNO 1738
by Philos

Comment:
This shot has a lot of appeal with the deep DOF and the nice contrast; the grain is well done and suitable to the image. I do, however, feel that the sepia tone is a bit heavy, and it makes it difficult to really get the details.. they're just not standing out like they could with a slightly greener, less saturated tone. Otherwise, this looks great - I love the light.
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