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Challenge: Secondary Colors (Classic Editing)
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix S2 Pro
Location: Back Garden
Date: May 11, 2003
Aperture: f6
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/90
Date Uploaded: May 12, 2003

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Place: 57 out of 225
Avg (all users): 5.5934
Avg (commenters): 6.2143
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Views since voting: 976
Votes: 182
Comments: 15
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05/23/2003 11:54:50 AM
*Critique Club*
This is a great example of Secondary colors. You have Green, Purple and Orange in the shot, and I think it looks marvelous.
There are only a couple nit picks that I have about this, and they are quite minor.
First. I can see that you have done a rotation correction on this, then cropped. You left a small piece of white in the upper left corner. I noticed this right away, due to the fact that these photos load from top to bottom.
Second, I would like to see this with the tuilps which are poking out from the bottom cropped off. They add nothing to the picture, and I think it would take nothing away from the picture to crop that small portion out. Even if it is cropping a bit of the tulip in the bottom right corner, I think I would still prefer that to seeing those little tops of the intruding tulips.
Focus is great in my opinion. I like the DOF. The background is blurred nicely, and not distracting at all to your main subject.
Lighting conditions appear to be a bit dull, however, with the waxy texture of tulips, had the lighting conditions been really bright and sunny, I fear that these would have suffered from glare. So probably the better choice to go with a little dark, than too bright. I do think though that maybe if you played with saturation levels, it could bring out the colors a bit? Something to try anyway.
It's a really nice shot.
~Heather~
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
05/20/2003 01:24:09 PM
like the clarity of this picture and the way that the background is blured nice work
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05/19/2003 07:28:59 PM
Beautiful, love the reds blurry in the background.
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05/19/2003 06:37:19 PM
Tip-toe thru the tulips, thru the tulips
That is where I値l be.
Come tip-toe thru the tulips with me.
Walking thru the tulips, thru the tulips
That is where I値l be.
Come walk thru the tulips with me.
Strolling thru the tulips, thru the tulips
That is where I値l be.
Come stroll thru the tulips with me.
Running thru the tulips, thru the tulips
That is where I値l be.
Come run thru the tulips with me.
Stomping thru the tulips, thru the tulips
That is where I値l be.
Come stomp thru the tulips with me.

No more little tulips, for me.

We値l plant nasturtiums, nasturtiums,
For you and me.
Come STOMP thru the nasties with me.
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05/19/2003 05:21:11 PM
Nice purples
05/19/2003 11:39:48 AM
Excellent composition and I love the colors and DOF but feel it's a bit too dark
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05/18/2003 01:45:25 PM
I like the composition and you've used DOF well.
05/16/2003 05:02:11 PM
like the setup except top flower being out of focus causes distraction
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05/16/2003 03:28:55 PM
Beautiful composition and color saturation. Very nice image. 8
05/14/2003 10:46:14 PM
6
05/14/2003 06:43:59 PM
good choice of colors 8
05/14/2003 03:55:13 PM
I like the composition and use of DOF =7
05/14/2003 02:05:00 PM
good close up, i like the bright colors, good work 4
05/14/2003 12:12:34 PM
a shame you didnt concentrate on one tulip.... would have benifited from a different crop or angle
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05/14/2003 12:45:12 AM
Orange is a stronger colour than purple so for more impact I would have chosen an orange tulip as the center of attention for this image. IIf only one tulip were in focus (shallower DOF) it would add to the impact of the photo as well.

The image is exposed well but the main subject is too central.
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