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No fish. Blue box of shame.
02/01/2006 10:24:50 PM
No fish. Blue box of shame.
02/01/2006 07:52:31 PM
No fish. Blue box of shame.
by harley

Comment by dv_rock:
Been there, done that
No fish. Blue box of shame.
02/01/2006 11:03:20 AM
No fish. Blue box of shame.
by harley

Comment by robs:
Didn't want to be in the photo huh - LOL
No fish. Blue box of shame.
02/01/2006 07:59:18 AM
No fish. Blue box of shame.
by harley

Comment by Qiki:
Has he got the world's case of sunburn or is he way oversaturated? Cute idea, but not worthy of a high score I'm afraid.
Grasshopper.
01/31/2006 10:31:39 PM
Grasshopper.
by harley

Comment by Marc923:
Sharper focus would help.
Entry only
01/31/2006 06:09:44 PM
Entry only
by harley

Comment by kari1:
[ I]::: Critique Club :::[/i]

Hi I am Kari from the critique club, and this is the critique you requested.

First Impression - the most important one:
I think it is a nice sign and meets the challenge! this is a biggie doing that at least. But what is the spark ... very centred.

Composition:
This is where I think you had issues. There is no direct interest for the eye. I find that looking at the rule of thirds helps in cropping a picture to be slightly more interesting. For this shot getting rid of the surplus stuff (background) and isolating more of the sign may have helped.

Subject:
It meets the subject and does it well. You are just starting to participate and over time will build up different ways of creating interest in your pictures, through subject and composition. I think you are well on your way.

Technical (Colour, focus, and light):
Natural light works well here. Lines are straight and defined.

To grow its vote?:
Composition is the biggie. Creating interest in the picture as well as meeting the challenge. I think you did ok ... with this shot.

Summary:
You are making a good and solid start. Remember this is only the beginning and things do improve .. and you have shown this with your scores improving.

If you have any questions regarding this critique feel free to PM me.

Regards

Kari1
Grasshopper.
01/31/2006 05:29:30 AM
Grasshopper.
by harley

Comment by Mel34:
very blurry
Grasshopper.
01/31/2006 12:19:55 AM
Grasshopper.
by harley

Comment by Cyndane:
I scored this image low because, while it has the potential to be a good shot, nothing is in focus. It almost looks like a grasshopper on top of a bigger grasshopper, on top of a rock or tree. I am not sure what the curving line is exactly, though it seems to be a blade of grass. This could have been a really neat shot if the grasshopper(s) were in focus. Especially if it is two grasshoppers. :) One other suggestion: One of the edges of your picture should be the largest size allowed by the contest: 640 pixels. Good luck with future challenges!
Grasshopper.
01/30/2006 06:28:03 PM
Grasshopper.
by harley

Comment by sea2c:
Not much to say.
I'm pretty sure every camera has a macro setting. This being a grasshopper, they're pretty simple to sneak up on and get a pic of.
Grasshopper.
01/30/2006 01:11:02 PM
Grasshopper.
by harley

Comment by Tasapio:
Nice photo, but I don't think it fits the category of "non-domesticated mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians"
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