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the flowers of naiveté (buried in a layer of frost)
11/07/2004 02:44:28 AM
the flowers of naiveté (buried in a layer of frost)
by Arachnophilia

Comment by MrYu:
This is one of the best photographs i have seen in a while.
morpheus opiatum
12/31/2002 12:39:10 AM
morpheus opiatum
by Arachnophilia

Comment by Sonifo:
This photo reminds me of a bedspread for some reason. I like the colors. very nice
shopping cart rally
12/20/2002 06:35:07 PM
shopping cart rally
by Arachnophilia

Comment by myqyl:
Critique Club Comment

Composition : There is one strong line here that seems to be nicely placed.

Exposure/Lighting : Large portions of the top are completely lost in black while sections of the middle are burned to pure white. As I can't really tell where this was (the title suggests a store) I can't be sure if this could have been avoided.

Focus : Focus didn't seem to be an objective of this image. The blur of whatever is in the middle (shopping cart) seems to indicate motion from the lower left to the upper right, but not so I can be certain of it. I really wish you had included Shutter / Aperture / ISO as that could have helped me figure out what you were going for.

Emotion/Challenge : The feeling of motion is certainly present. I just would have been happier if I could detect direction, and maybe even what was moving.

Opinion : This is one of those shots that I sit and scratch my head over and am not surprised to see in a museum later. This could very well be high art, but if so, it's over my head.
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the flowers of naiveté (buried in a layer of frost)
12/15/2002 04:49:46 PM
the flowers of naiveté (buried in a layer of frost)
by Arachnophilia

Comment by Mousie:
I realy like this photo, the only nit I can pick is the slight purple fringey effect on the upper left edges of the petals, you may have done it intentionally, but it reminds me of chromatic aberrarion. I would have tried pushing it all into reds/oranges. Right now it looks kinda low tech, and purer reds might help legitamize the deliberate blow-out and softness... I am always surprised when people can't just let vagueness and softness please the eye as it is.
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shopping cart rally
12/15/2002 04:15:30 PM
shopping cart rally
by Arachnophilia

Comment by chrysalis:
Hard to figure out. But the quality of motion comes through well.
shopping cart rally
12/15/2002 03:21:52 PM
shopping cart rally
by Arachnophilia

Comment by GeneralE:
Just a bit too blurry for my taste.
shopping cart rally
12/12/2002 09:52:17 PM
shopping cart rally
12/12/2002 09:22:53 AM
shopping cart rally
by Arachnophilia

Comment by blick:
this is a nice abstraction and i like the muted colors it gives a feeling of slow motion
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shopping cart rally
12/11/2002 10:37:10 PM
shopping cart rally
by Arachnophilia

Comment by ChrisW123:
Can't tell what the pictue is of.
shopping cart rally
12/11/2002 04:06:06 AM
shopping cart rally
by Arachnophilia

Comment by Turbotech:
Hmmm
1)Does the photo fit the theme of the challenge? I can not tell. (3)
2)Color: I have nothing here to focus on so I have to grade low. (2)
3)Composition: What is the Focal point here. Your title suggest shopping carts.
Am I missing something? (2)
4)Focus: Since there is no real focal point, (if you consider the thing in the middle
a focal point then so be it.) I can not give a good score. (3)
5)Background: I assume it is a retail store of some sorts. Can not grade this very
Well. (2)
6)Lighting: This light is just way too harsh here. But since the focal point barely
exists, does it matter. (2)

I hate to be overly critical but you did not give me much to work with. I am sorry about this, but if I did not use my critique guidline I would have given this a 1.

Score overall is 2
John (TurboTech)
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