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Unanswered Questions
07/07/2003 02:23:02 PM
Unanswered Questions
by karmat

Comment:
Great shot :-)
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Running Water
12/23/2002 12:25:28 PM
Running Water2nd Place
by karmat

Comment:
Good job, girl! I'm so proud of you, and I will never forget watching you take this shot :-) Great work!
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Beavers Woodworking
12/19/2002 04:57:51 PM
Beavers Woodworking
by HBunch

Comment:
I hate to say this, but for once, maybe TOO much depth of field? A little OOF in the background would have really set off and outlined the tree.
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Self Service
12/19/2002 04:54:55 PM
Self Service
by Swashbuckler

Comment:
I almost voted this a 3 because I would personally like to discourage this type of "effects in the camera" usage on DPC. However, you tell a great story and did a good job of photography, so I won't punish you like that :-) The more I look the more I like it. 7 nards656
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Running Water
12/17/2002 10:20:50 PM
Running Water2nd Place
by karmat

Comment:
You know I like it :-) Beautiful work!
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Abstract Martini
12/12/2002 09:28:23 PM
Abstract Martini
by Alecia

Comment:
I'm not a big abstract fan, but this is well done. Great color. I think I would like it even better without the little bits of yellow.
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Last Year's Resolution
12/12/2002 09:20:44 PM
Last Year's Resolution
by myqyl

Comment:
Those resolutions from last year frustrate us all :-) I think this shot could have had a lot more perspective if some different angles had been included. I always try to think of how a commercial or a movie maker would portray things like this. Never flat. Always use some angles to pull the viewer's eyes to where you want it. A combination of vertical and horizontally adjusted angles can do a lot. I think you meant to use the rule of thirds, but it would have been more effective if the lines at the floor and walls pulled the viewer's eyes from the corners of the shot to the rule of thirds point. As well, don't ever let these jokers convince you that EVERYTHING has to use rule of thirds. That's bunk - it's just a guideline. Center it if you feel that's strongest. Good luck!
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Harsh lands
12/12/2002 09:03:07 PM
Harsh lands
by Natasha

Comment:
This is an incredible shot, in my book. This an excellent bw. My only complaint are the antennas on the buildings, and they aren't your fault; they just affect your image. Good sky. Did you use NeatImage to smooth that up a little, or is this "original"? Either way, it's great, and it's one of only four tens for me in this challenge.
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Merry Kissmas!
12/12/2002 09:01:36 PM
Merry Kissmas!
by karmat

Comment:
And Merry Kissmas to you, too. The white IS just a little loud here, as far as the brightness. Maybe a little darker gray would have helped, but you know how that is.
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Light Tower
12/12/2002 09:00:32 PM
Light Tower
by Froober

Comment:
This is one of my four tens in this challenge. I love these colors, and it's not a low-light, so your phocus is phenomenal! The only complaint I have is that there appears to be an airplane contrail in the clouds that messes them up a little. Obviously not in your control, and it's the only flaw there. Good job!
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