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Three
06/24/2005 05:45:20 PM
Three
by Bud

Comment:
I like this photo, but the reflections could probably be improved and the upper righthand corner is a bit distracting, but all in all its one of the better photos in my opinion!
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Portrait of an Old Screw Up
06/24/2005 01:41:09 AM
Portrait of an Old Screw Up
by dartompkins

Comment:
Just a tiny bit more depth of field and this would be a 10. Cool idea.
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JAZZ......
06/22/2005 01:33:27 AM
JAZZ......
by ace flyman

Comment:
Nice try, I like the bacground and the subject matter, but the reflections are just killing this image. When you try to shoot a reflecting object, keep light off of everything surrounding it. It's what you don't light that is more important than what you do light.
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dark thoughts
06/18/2005 02:08:58 PM
dark thoughts
by saiofsaisxiong

Comment:
I'm guessing he wants to hang out for a while! HAHAHA. Ok, that was a bit morbid. My only beef with this is, I never would have come to that conclusion had I not read the title of the photo. You would probably do better with a rope handing from the ceiling above the chair with a noose all ready to go. Not everyone reads the titles like I do.........
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Alone in the dark
06/18/2005 02:05:50 PM
Alone in the dark
by jmlelii

Comment:
Very pretty, I like the soft focus effect.
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Technology
06/18/2005 02:04:38 PM
Technology
by RulerZigzag

Comment:
seems like his head is too low in the frame.
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Contemplative
06/17/2005 12:18:32 PM
Contemplative
by charliebaker

Comment:
I like the idea for this one. I think this would look better if you used more than just the light from the candles. you would want to expose for the candle and then light the rest according to what is needed to make the flames look good. I would simply set up a spot light from the floor and hit the models face with it. If you wanna get more fancy, you could also set up another spot to hit just the tops of the candle stands. and use a half scrim to sorta slowly shade the light, so it looks like i fades into darkness and is coming form the candle wicks.
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Mystic River
06/16/2005 11:40:03 AM
Mystic River
by ingvar

Comment:
AHHHH! This picture brings back memories from when I was an expedition leader in New Mexico a few summers ago, and countless other outdoor adventures. It also reminds me of Lewis and Clark.
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Solace in Darkness
06/16/2005 11:29:48 AM
Solace in Darkness
by pidge

Comment:
I can clearly see the black background around this photo, not saying this photo is bad. In fact I love this one, but you need to make sure that your added in blackness matches the the blackness of the photos bacground. try cloning the the bacground or somehitng to fill in the rest of the needed space and you'll have a winner.
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Darkness Falls
06/16/2005 11:24:11 AM
Darkness Falls
by howardj

Comment:
Im not so sure about the foreground thing, but I like the background!
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