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Last Drop
Last Drop
jseyerle


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Challenge: Rain (Advanced Editing IV)
Camera: Canon EOS-20D
Lens: Canon EF-S 60mm f/2.8 Macro USM
Location: Living Room
Date: Aug 13, 2005
Aperture: f2.8
ISO: 800
Shutter: 1/4000sec
Galleries: Nature, Macro
Date Uploaded: Aug 13, 2005

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Statistics
Place: 63 out of 228
Avg (all users): 5.7592
Avg (commenters): 6.5294
Avg (participants): 5.5714
Avg (non-participants): 5.8833
Views since voting: 689
Views during voting: 474
Votes: 299
Comments: 20
Favorites: 1 (view)


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
08/21/2005 08:16:16 PM
this is a terrific capture but I find the shadow at the bottom superfluous to the shot and distracting
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08/21/2005 08:16:44 AM
The wood is wet and that one drop adds to the composition nicely. Keep it simple. 7
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08/21/2005 07:53:23 AM
Excellent capture. Sharp, clean. I like the use of negative space.
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08/21/2005 03:28:35 AM
The drop is very good, but I'd like to see the bottom brownish part cropped away. Other than that, I like this composition. Also, the reflection in the drop is pretty.
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08/19/2005 08:56:17 PM
Cropping out the entire bottom % of this would've made it much better, IMO. Otherwise good sharp fcus and good timing, but relatively uninteresting. Good luck.
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08/19/2005 08:13:21 PM
Timely capture. I like it! care to share how this was done?
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08/19/2005 06:08:22 PM
Great focus & catch. I love shots where drops act as in-focus lenses, very elegant. I think the grungy trough, or whatever it is, amplifies the clean, crispness of the drop by contrast.
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08/19/2005 05:53:44 PM
Good use of negative space.
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08/19/2005 11:39:37 AM
Very interesting... i would croped though... coz i cant really see the "image" in the drop itself...

very good...
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08/18/2005 08:39:38 PM
Nice shot & reflection in the droplet. Good composition too.
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08/18/2005 07:56:04 PM
how perfectly timed! the dark blur at the bottom seems a bit distracting to me, tho.
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08/18/2005 03:47:12 PM
clean and crisp where it needs to be, but I think there's just a bit too much negative space here.
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08/18/2005 05:19:06 AM
Very cool photo.
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08/18/2005 04:54:10 AM
Nice capture...excellent lighting and DOF
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08/18/2005 04:24:40 AM
right at that point......... drop.
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08/17/2005 04:00:27 PM
Similar idea as my entry, but better done. Probably too abstract for most DPC'ers, but I like it.
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08/17/2005 03:35:06 PM
I always really enjoy these shots. You did an excellent job on this photo. Good luck!
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08/15/2005 01:12:12 PM
I really like the simplicity of the photo however the black at the bottom takes away some. 7
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08/15/2005 03:33:24 AM
It can't be water. Glycerin?
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08/15/2005 01:33:14 AM
Talk about a capture. Great clarity in the drop. Good one.
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