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Tall East Texas Pine Tree
Tall East Texas Pine Tree
kristie380


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Black & White (Classic Editing)
Camera: Sony DSC-P50
Location: Stephen F. Austin State University
Date: Jun 2, 2002
Aperture: 3.9
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/60
Date Uploaded: Jun 2, 2002

This was taken at Stephen F. Austin State University in East Texas. We have these tall pine trees all over campus.

Statistics
Place: 42 out of 153
Avg (all users): 5.8846
Avg (commenters): 6.6957
Avg (participants): 5.9196
Avg (non-participants): 5.8525
Views since voting: 5774
Votes: 234
Comments: 24
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
06/09/2002 11:56:00 PM
nice shot, you used the sun to your advantage.
06/09/2002 09:31:00 PM
lens flare works well for this shot
06/09/2002 02:37:00 PM
I love the angle that you shot this from and the "star" of light. Very well done.
06/07/2002 04:32:00 PM
Really nice. Offers the viewer the feel of really tall, nicely done. I got no idea how to improve this shot, or even if it needs improvement. It's less than a "jump out and get you" subject, but there is appeal, so that's really all I can say constructive or other. Photo 9 Creativity 6 B&W 8 total 7
06/06/2002 12:41:00 PM
Sun star makes it a lot more interesting.
06/05/2002 11:03:00 PM
Good job of incorporating but limiting the sun flare.

Do you know what kind of pine this is? I have a similar shot somewhere of a Monterey Pine we planted after Christmas when I was about 10 -- it's thick branches start much lower than these...
06/05/2002 03:53:00 PM
I like the tones of this. Are getting any comments about the tree being too dark? It looks great to me. Bery good texture on the bark. This would make a nice print.
06/05/2002 11:34:00 AM
Great use of light. Did you use a star filter? Very good contrast IMO. The tree kind of cuts the shot right up the middle, but I am not sure you had a lot of choice about that to maintain context. I gave this one an 8.
06/05/2002 10:21:00 AM
Cool shot. Not that you could have controlled it, but if the branches on the left weren't there I think it would be better.
06/05/2002 08:35:00 AM
the sun is a nice 'touch' in this.
06/04/2002 10:39:00 PM
tall is right! great angle, makes it look a mile up! good job.
06/04/2002 10:38:00 PM
Nice shot! The lens flare adds a nice touch to this one... :)
06/04/2002 03:32:00 PM
i love this. the angle is awesome and i tried to get the same flare on my own picture, but it doesn't really work on a cloudy day!:) great shot.
06/04/2002 01:09:00 PM
Not a terribly exciting subject, but good texture in the bark of the tree and good contrast between branches and sky. Like the sunburst.
06/04/2002 05:58:00 AM
Good that you held some detail in the dark shadows of the tree. I wouldn't mind a little more, though, esp. at R.
06/04/2002 12:03:00 AM
nice shot. i like the positioning of the sun in this photo.
06/03/2002 09:08:00 PM
nice angle with sun in back ground
06/03/2002 07:43:00 PM
Nice picture. The lower left smaller tree is distracting, though
06/03/2002 07:19:00 PM
Great perspective. Perfect placement of the sun. Very well done.
06/03/2002 05:56:00 PM
Effective backlighting... very good job.
06/03/2002 04:08:00 PM
Neat shot.
06/03/2002 12:43:00 PM
good tonal range
06/03/2002 06:27:00 AM
Great shot!! I especially liked how you captured the sun and the height of the tree!! Well done!
06/03/2002 05:28:00 AM
is the flare suppose to be there?


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