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06/02/2003 03:41:37 AM · #1
Very difficult to decide which to submit, and still not sure whether I should have submitted this (which I think perhaps I perhaps should), or this.

Ed
06/02/2003 03:56:08 AM · #2
I preferred 'Forked'. Although the splash ones are fine stop motion shots, they're quite dark, and don't really do all that much for me. All personal preference, of course :)
06/02/2003 04:10:26 AM · #3
forked is far better...
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06/02/2003 04:18:50 AM · #4
Ooh, forked for sure. The 'ripples' of light remind me of vipermike's glass entry (which you should take as one helluva complement).
06/02/2003 04:22:11 AM · #5
Yeah - thought so :-)

But hey - at least I spelled 'splash' correctly this time.

Ed

Message edited by author 2003-06-02 04:23:27.
06/02/2003 04:24:45 AM · #6
Not so fast. I like the shot you entered better than forked. It's an excellent capture and composed differently than the typical splash photo. The other is fine technically, but it's just a fork, not of much interest, and the stain on the plate is distracting as well.
06/02/2003 09:26:21 AM · #7
Definitely forked, of those two; the splash *looks* like it might be a color shot (though I don't doubt it's just a blue duotone). Also, Forked is more dramatic. I do like the asymmetric splash, though.
06/02/2003 09:33:37 AM · #8
forked is great. I do like that splash one though. The framing and little specks is different than the one that you entered.
06/02/2003 10:17:28 AM · #9
I like the splash one myself. This was my other choice for entry, but I liked the red one better. :)
Mark

Message edited by author 2003-06-02 12:16:48.
06/03/2003 10:02:02 AM · #10
Originally posted by eloise:

Definitely forked, of those two; the splash *looks* like it might be a color shot (though I don't doubt it's just a blue duotone). Also, Forked is more dramatic. I do like the asymmetric splash, though.


Other way round actually - 'forked' is a full colour un-adjusted shot - splash (and the one I entered) are both B&W conversions: and both loobetter in colour (largely due to the tones of the coins and the grey bowl the water was in.

Ed

Thanks for all comments - very helpful

Message edited by author 2003-06-03 10:02:27.
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