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Dam worker on a break
07/26/2006 10:40:21 AM
Dam worker on a break
by C-Fox

Comment:
This is a very nice image. Reminded me of "The chronicles of Narnia" :-). I love his expression. He seems to be making a comment on your camera. I think it perfectly meets the challenge.
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Green Heron
07/26/2006 10:37:31 AM
Green Heron
by manishk

Comment:
Thanks Ricky and Tim. Ricky, I will try your suggestion on the USM. I did use Shadow/Highlights to reduce the highlights in this image. But the log was just too bright. Luckily, I did not over-expose this image.
Green Heron
07/26/2006 10:08:08 AM
Green Heron
by manishk

Comment:
Thanks every one for wonderful comments. Only thing I don't agree with is the *not meeting the challenge* thoughts. There are many comments about this being too sharp. I did USM with radius=1, strength = 100% and threshold=10 on an image of size 4??X620. I really need to learn how to "sharpen/not to sharpen" my images.
Get Bent
07/19/2006 12:04:28 PM
Get Bent
by dahkota

Comment:
I knew this was Byrd stadium while voting. I am a student here at UMCP. Nice image!
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Ancient stationery
07/12/2006 11:26:30 AM
Ancient stationery
by manishk

Comment:
kteach: I fully agree with your observations. The finger does get lost in the paper. About the color: reducing the yellow was making the hand look like actual skin color and was not producing the ancient feel, but I agree that I need to learn sepia toning. This was my first attempt at making sepia.

lauralink: Yeah, it doesn't look ancient to me as well :) an older hand, and a better burning (not photoshop burning, but burning in oven) of the paper could have made it look ancient.

Commando303: You have it right.

Jutilda: I fully agree with you. It does need more negative space and a different angle.

once again, thanks every one for your excellent remarks.

Message edited by author 2006-07-12 12:15:02.
... That's the Question
07/11/2006 11:05:18 AM
... That's the Question2nd Place
by Djabordjabor

Comment:
This is an excellent idea and very well executed. I like the lighting and tones.
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R A D I A N T
07/10/2006 10:21:59 AM
R A D I A N T3rd Place
by gaurawa

Comment:
Wow! So much contrast straight from camera. Congrats for the ribbon. Your images keep me motivated :) Also, your entry in the flowers challenge was awesome and deserved a ribbon as well.
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"Kooka-bokeh"
06/22/2006 10:08:20 AM
"Kooka-bokeh"
by Judi

Comment:
Excellent image with good lighting and nice details. The bokeh provides good contrast. My only nitpick is the blown up highlights on the head.
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Jungle hunting
06/22/2006 10:03:36 AM
Jungle hunting
by abroken1

Comment:
good image with nice details. I wish the legs were not cropped out though.
Friendship
06/22/2006 10:00:54 AM
Friendship
by btuck

Comment:
Good moment, great lighting, lovely expressions. The green bokeh provides excellent contrast.
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