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Simple Life
Simple Life
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Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Low Tech (Advanced Editing II*)
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix 3800
Location: Gale's Equine Facility
Date: Nov 24, 2004
Aperture: 2.8
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/2
Galleries: Animals, Rural
Date Uploaded: Nov 19, 2004

Taken at Gale's. This is Austin and he just stood there while I popped off about 20 shots.

A retake on the pitch fork shot I've taken before.

Cropped, straightened, duotone, burning, levels and badda bing, badda boom there you have it.


Statistics
Place: 26 out of 177
Avg (all users): 5.9429
Avg (commenters): 6.7273
Avg (participants): 5.6961
Avg (non-participants): 6.2877
Views since voting: 952
Views during voting: 248
Votes: 175
Comments: 13
Favorites: 0


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11/03/2005 10:34:18 PM
Beautiful rose tones to this shot. Love the composition and subjects.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
12/05/2004 07:13:31 PM
I am struck first with the choice of subject, the horse or the tools, as I consider these, I note that the rope above the horse's ear appears like a noose almost holding up the horse's head. This has become too distracting to me. I like the choice of desaturation and color cast as it ages the image. The varied elements are in good focus or shadowed well in their own place, but the elements vying for my attention challenge the whole as separate things that dont want to add up.
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12/03/2004 10:44:06 PM
Very good idea, love the tones and the lighting. I think the what would make this a winning photo would be a slightly different composition. The tools are perfect for the theme, but the covered tool is a distraction; If you could have arranged them a bit on the wall, and then put the horse more in the sweet spot on the left third line, with the tools spread along the bottom from center to right, I think it might have been more effective. Also, maybe instead of the shovel, which has a hot spot, a harness, or other horse paraphanalia.hanging there. Or maybe stepping left and shooting from an angle to achieve the similar composition. Just my own perceptions.
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12/01/2004 10:33:02 PM
Very strong image though it seems a bit too dark.
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11/30/2004 08:34:10 PM
nice lighting, and composition. there's something about this composition that i like. maybe it's the linearity of everything ( lines of gate, tools, and even the horses head is kind of long and straight)
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11/30/2004 07:46:46 PM
I like it, wish I could see the horse better (I like horses)
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11/30/2004 05:05:58 PM
good lighting
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11/30/2004 01:36:56 PM
Great shot. Good still life. 10.
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11/30/2004 01:09:15 PM
This is cool. I almost didn't see the horse. How would this look with either A) the horse's head more center (horizontally, not vertically), or B) lots more space on the left side so the main subjects are way off-center? I like the duotone look here.
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11/30/2004 12:46:57 PM
Try more lighting on the horse head
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11/30/2004 07:26:41 AM
A little dark but good ideas, and good composition.
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11/30/2004 01:44:50 AM
Great tone and composition, I love the light. Good luck!
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11/30/2004 12:34:31 AM
nice shot lov the lighting-GL
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