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The Hunter
05/02/2007 12:06:11 PM
The Hunter
by Nobody

Comment:
Excelent... great dof and spot on focus. Nice color combination and intensity. Love the texture in the feathers. Lots of angled leading lines that bring the viewer back to the eye. Finally, I also appreciate your crop on the image. Well done.
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Symbol of Love
02/22/2007 09:15:42 AM
Symbol of Love
by riversong

Comment:
Nice selection of off center composition.
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My Daughter, a Future Prima Ballerina
02/22/2007 09:14:27 AM
My Daughter, a Future Prima Ballerina
by RazorsEdge

Comment:
Very nice tones. I think the lighting was a bit harsh, but you handled it well. Lovely eyes. Very nice focus. It would be fun to apply some of the more advanced editing rules to the image.
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Symbol of Love
02/22/2007 09:10:04 AM
Symbol of Love
by tfarrell23

Comment:
Very nice selection for DoF. Also, very nice composition... the Stems serve as nice leading lines to guide the eye back to the main subject. Well done.
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The Abduction
03/08/2006 07:52:55 AM
The Abduction
by DrAchoo

Comment:
Another shot Across the bow! Great image. Keep that average climbing!!
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Big City Meets the Middle of Nowhere.
03/05/2006 04:40:29 AM
Big City Meets the Middle of Nowhere.
by tryals15

Comment:
You have a wonderful subject, here. I hope you go back an re-visit it sometime. Someone once told me to always look for the photo within the photo... I think in this case, a closer look at the structure with finer detail would have improved your score. Your conversion to duotone was well done.
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Mercurial
03/05/2006 03:59:02 AM
Mercurial
by Jono

Comment:
You have already received many great comments, so I'll just add one thing. I always try to take the exposure to have some pure white and pure black. While you're image has good contrast, I might have pushed the exposure up a little to get more white into the eyes.

This is a good first attempt and I want to to take heart. You clearly have skills to work with (not to mention, a great model to work with.) I look forward to you're consitantly raising average.
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Rock Run Mill
03/05/2006 02:52:07 AM
Rock Run Mill
by LN13

Comment:
The two things I liked best in this picture was the texture provided by the wall and the leading lines the wheel provides to axis. Your composition was smart... placing the axis at the rule of third location. The axis, itself, however, is not as strong a visual reward to keep the eye there.
The narrower DoF gives it a sense of being a little out of focus, but I dont' think it was. It has nice contrast... not over doing it.

So in general, I think it is a great picture and one to take some pride in. It will also be fun to "antique" it some with techniques not permitted for the challenge.
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relaxing
03/02/2006 11:17:27 PM
relaxing
by renefunk

Comment:
I wanted to thank you for sharing this wonderful picture. I am sorry for the DQ, but I understand. I think the off center composition is perfect... and the lighting, woderful. But then, others have said the same thing :) I look forward to seeing more entries.
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Looking into the Blue
03/02/2006 07:36:59 AM
Looking into the Blue
by mahobbes

Comment:
Composition: There is great placement of the subject in the rule of thirds placement. The leading lines created by the cross also guide the eye back to the subject. Personally, I might have given either a tighter crop on the right or wider on the left to give some symmetry to the cross.

Subject: This is probably what made you score less then you expectedů In a similar thread, I asked for feedback, and the only comments were that a static statue as a subject matter was scored down. See Here
Personally, I like your subject, but it does take a moment to visually extract the subject from the cross due to the blending color.

Hope this helps.
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