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Who got the fish?
01/08/2020 10:49:52 AM
Who got the fish?
by marnet

Comment:
Originally posted by skewsme:

Me! It was delish!

... and I find this comment to be just, well, awesome! :-D
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Who got the fish?
01/08/2020 10:49:19 AM
Who got the fish?
by marnet

Comment:
You're going to make me purchase a 24-105 yet! :-) I really enjoyed this photo and had it in my Top 3 (gave it an 8). I liked the minimalist approach with the negative space. Not to mention that the basics of ROT composition with the boat, and the gull, with the title, really made me smile. Well seen and captured!
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Dunster by Candlelight
01/08/2020 10:44:57 AM
Dunster by Candlelight
by P-A-U-L

Comment:
I'm a sucker for shallow DOF images and I really liked this one (had it picked in my Top 3). Not sure what held it back from other voters. Perhaps if it had been presented in a portrait format with the blue OOF lights removed? Just speculating ...
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POOP
01/08/2020 10:12:47 AM
POOP
by glad2badad

Comment:
Thanks for the comments. Came across this building while on a Scout outing and the Scouts found this to be quite interesting (hilarious). I did too. :-)
No Parking
12/18/2019 06:43:09 AM
No Parking
by Bear_Music

Comment:
I really enjoyed this image and found it a very nice choice for this challenge. FWIW this was one of my top picks (gave it an 8).

The vignette is perfect and touche to the inclusion of the white paint line in the comp. Some may say it's distracting but I found it to add context and a splash of "ah-ha!".
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The object of art is to make eternal the desperately fleeting moment -- Tennessee Williams
12/18/2019 06:40:18 AM
The object of art is to make eternal the desperately fleeting moment -- Tennessee Williams
by grahamgator

Comment:
This was right up there for me (tied for top choice with vote of 9). Glad to see it made the top 5. Well seen and captured!
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Merry Christmas!
12/02/2019 06:16:47 AM
Merry Christmas!1st Place
by KarenNfld

Comment:
Congrats Karen! Nicely done. Certainly a "Holiday Card" worthy of being printed and actually used. Great to see you back at DPC doing your normal thing (producing top notch images)!
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close-up of bike with ferns
12/01/2019 07:13:15 PM
close-up of bike with ferns
by roz

Comment:
Hi. Welcome from the Critique Club. First let me say that I gave this a 6 during voting and that was well above the average I gave out for this challenge (Extended Editing does that to me sometimes). That said, you have great detail in this image. Don't know if that says much about the equipment or the photographer handling the gear. At f6.3 I'm going to say it was the photographer doing an excellent job with DOF.

First impression when this image loads is the 'Bling' of the X, then it's a competition between the abstract quality and the background ferns. Regarding the abstract feel of this, I like the perspective you selected, it's unique. The diagonal works well for adding some tension (non static) to the comp.

Now those ferns ... I can't tell if they're close in proximity or distant. Being that the shape hasn't been lost or smeared by bokeh effect I want to say they're relatively close. If not, I want to know how you did it. :-) Was it another image blended with the bike?

You placed darn near in the middle of the results with this. My guess is that while it's interesting, the abstract is a bit much for some. The one nit from me is the grime on the black (chain guard?). If that was clean it might have made a visual impact difference. The ferns are really cool looking, but maybe not the best match with the semi-dirty abstract. Sorry if I'm not expressing this opinion on point ... I guess what I'm trying to say is there are two great components here, but not sure that they were the best pairing.

I'd say keep at, etc... but you're a seasoned shooter so I'm fairly certain you'll keep tossing some high scorers out there!

Just one persons opinion. :-)
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Blue Heat
11/29/2019 10:31:21 AM
Blue Heat
by Lydia

Comment:
Oh. The thumbnail on this looked great, but seeing at larger view that the image isn't well focused (which is a bummer ... really liked the concept).
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It's cold at this time of year in my country
11/29/2019 10:26:00 AM
It's cold at this time of year in my country
by Mona

Comment:
Doesn't look like your typical panhandler. Has a jacket, hat, scarf, gloves, blanket, umbrella(I think to the left). And, all of the garments are in good conditions, no holes, clean, etc... I'm not saying she isn't destitute and in need of help, just that she seems unusually tidy for a "street" person. Framing of the subject, eliminating your reflection, choice of B&W tones, are all well done. Good luck.
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