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"Water Falling"
08/07/2005 01:26:31 PM
"Water Falling"
by tfarrell23

Comment:
You have met the challenge, and done a nice job with the lighting/long exposure. My suggestion for this photo would be to include more of the surroundings. One of the great things about long exposure water shots is that it really enhances the beauty of what is around it and I don't often find that it should be the only element of the photo.
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Piercing the Fog
08/07/2005 01:21:33 PM
Piercing the Fog
by Beagleboy

Comment:
I'm not sure what time of day this was taken, but I wonder if just after sunrise or just before sunset would have been better? There seems to be a lot of detail lost since it is so dark. Also, the green of the lighthouse really overpowers the photo for me.
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Boulder Falls at Sunrise
08/07/2005 01:09:15 PM
Boulder Falls at Sunrise
by donniev

Comment:
Beautiful! This is a great use of the long exposure technique. My only wish is that I could see more of the rocks and such - but really that's just being picky. Very nice work. I like the use of b/w here too... it has a very Ansel Adams feel to it.
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Jogger
08/07/2005 01:08:04 PM
Jogger
by torfis

Comment:
I don't find this an appealing use of the long exposure technique. Typically in a shot like this, I would want to see one part of it in focus and stopped. Otherwise, it just appears to be a blurry photo that was an accident.
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Top Floor
08/07/2005 01:06:57 PM
Top Floor
by maxj

Comment:
I'm not quite sure what effect you were going for when inverting this shot so the street is upside down and at the top of the frame. You did meet the challenge though ...
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Searching the way
08/07/2005 01:03:36 PM
Searching the way
by asij

Comment:
Wow, now that is an interesting element to the traditional long exposure waterfall. That is probably the strongest point to this shot since everything else is dark it's hard to see the other things that make up interest in a waterfall such as the rocks and foliage. I'm very curious to see the details about this one when the challenge is up. :-) Nice work on the water!
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Citroen Hydroulics In Action
08/07/2005 01:01:13 PM
Citroen Hydroulics In Action
by bvoi

Comment:
Part of taking long exposure photographs is making sure your subject doesn't look like it was taken out of focus. In this case, I think that's what happened.
Sisters
08/07/2005 12:15:36 PM
Sisters
by LadeeM

Comment:
Positioning is better on this one... you have them both in the frame nicely and the edge of the pool is not in the composition. Again, shallower dof to help with the background a bit, but not a crucial in this shot I don't think. You have one girl looking to the left (her right) and the other right at the camera. This is probably the best of the 4 in my opinion.
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My Girls
08/07/2005 12:12:42 PM
My Girls
by LadeeM

Comment:
Backlighting is nice, but some fill flash would have helped so the faces aren't shadowed as much. I would have had her put the towel down. Some movement in a different direction could have taken the majority of the concrete out of the background on the left side and a shallower dof would have helped to blur it a little more. Opening the eyes a bit more is helpful in this style of portrait shot.
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Cassie in B&W
08/07/2005 12:02:06 PM
Cassie in B&W
by LadeeM

Comment:
This is one of the better ones considering the shallower dof. It is typical in portrait shooting to ask the model to look up slightly... this will open their eyes wider. Eyes are a key element in most portrait shots, especially of this style. I'm a big fan of the hand under the chin. I like backlit shots, but it seems this could have used a little bit of fill flash.
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