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One Decisive Poppy
One Decisive Poppy
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Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Decisions (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Kodak CX6230
Location: My Garden
Date: May 30, 2005
Date Uploaded: May 31, 2005

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Statistics
Place: 260 out of 275
Avg (all users): 3.8225
Avg (commenters): 3.5455
Avg (participants): 3.6238
Avg (non-participants): 3.9271
Views since voting: 696
Views during voting: 414
Votes: 293
Comments: 12
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
06/07/2005 09:16:32 PM
umm, how is a poppy decisive?
06/06/2005 12:56:22 PM
the red seems too blown-out to me.....
06/02/2005 04:16:38 PM
I don't feel that the image conveys instantly recognizable decision. A picture of a flower, and a decent one at that. This should have been in the beauty contest, it would have scored higher me thinks.
06/02/2005 01:12:42 PM
One plus the bulbs. Nice. Offcenter may help a little.
06/02/2005 07:24:59 AM
wow - mine haven't even budded yet! Not sure what would improve this image for me - there are many ways to go with this. I don't know if your camera is capable, but a really short DOF would have blurred the background so the flower stands out more. You may also try getting in closer - but that would only work if you have macro mode. The red looks to be a little oversaturated but it does make the flower stand out! Good luck in the challenge!
  Photographer found comment helpful.
06/02/2005 01:37:44 AM
Hmm, I have a difficult time understanding how a poppy can be decisive. Is it deciding to bloom? I guess the decision part of this picture is not clear enough to me. That said it's a beautiful shot and could be improved by being a little closer to fill more of the frame.
06/01/2005 09:55:05 PM
This image seems to suffer from oversaturated reds and greyed greens. Completely centered (a circle) inside the square crop, detracts from the interest level of the image and leaves it feeling flat. The interior of the flower is a beautiful capture in focus and outstanding in detail and color, that portion alone would make a great macro if it could be expanded to fill the whole image.

Alone however this image does not tell me a story of decision or decision making. Perhaps someone choosing to pick or not to pick the flower would have been a more obvious communication of the challenge concept to this viewer. Someone reaching from the side, the flower's profile. I can only offer a 2 compared to other entries in this challenge.
06/01/2005 04:23:34 PM
How did a flower shot get in this challenge? I thought this was a distinctly flower proof topic! I admire your audacity :)

06/01/2005 02:10:19 PM
Nice colour. The red pops
  Photographer found comment helpful.
06/01/2005 01:50:10 PM
Doesn't fit challenge to me.
06/01/2005 08:45:37 AM
I'm sorry. I don't see the decision here.
06/01/2005 04:50:32 AM
That's really stretching "decision"! Other than that could do with a bit more definition in the petals, and perhaps a less centered composition.


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