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Honey, how much money do we want to blow up this year?
Honey, how much money do we want to blow up this year?
drengskratti


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Candid II (Advanced Editing III)
Camera: Sony DSC-P100
Location: Garšabęr, Iceland
Date: Dec 30, 2004
Aperture: f/2.8
ISO: 160
Date Uploaded: Jan 2, 2005

Well, took this one when i was selling fireworks last week.I wanted to take a picture where a couple is trying to decide what fireworks and/or how much money they want to spend.

The Picture was taken about 11 am on Icelandic time so there is are few people in the house at the time :( Was hoping to get a crouded picture where everyone is in a hurry becourse the 30. december is always a busy day :P

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01/06/2005 11:34:01 PM
While it's candid for sure, there doesn't seem to be any point to the photo. Your title attempts to give it focus, but it's not enough, IMO
01/05/2005 03:04:03 AM
Nice photo but I find eyes wandering for a subject, I tend to be drawn to the display above the ceiling rather than the people at the right of the counter.
01/04/2005 10:01:23 PM
Variety in midtones seems slightly lacking, but not flat by any means. I like the diagonal and the level of the camera was perfectly placed to minimize problems on the top lines. All elements of this shot are in good focus which is very important to tie into the title.

The two most disrupting elements of the shot however are the overexposed lights in the pyro cases and the shadowy clothing of the male subject. He being half of the candid (title) should have more contrast and depth of detail. The far end of the counter is distrupted by an unfortunate passerby, but to have cropped him would have hurt the blance of the lines and diagonals in the upper roofing. An average shot that would do 1-2 points better with a wider variety of tones and some selective burning down of the lights. 5
01/03/2005 02:12:12 PM
I know one idiot who blew up a Canon 1D Mk2 worth of fireworks. :)


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