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Jubal - Stage left
Jubal - Stage left
Qevin


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Off-Centered Subject (Classic Editing)
Camera: Olympus C-4000Z
Location: Jubal's terrarium in my room
Date: Jun 15, 2003
Aperture: 5.6
ISO: 100
Shutter: 4"
Date Uploaded: Jun 15, 2003

He never sits on that freaking perfect branch I got for him so I figured this was too good to pass up.

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
06/20/2003 04:49:30 PM
off center yes but why 4
06/19/2003 03:43:32 PM
Nice idea, but the snake does not look quite in focus. The colours of the background IMO take away from the snake. Also, the triangular shape to the right competes for attention with the snake. ~4
06/19/2003 05:48:09 AM
This one seems a little to red toned for my tastes. I'd have liked to seen it more natural in color.
06/16/2003 09:43:05 PM
A bit too orange, I think.
06/16/2003 09:25:33 PM
Too much red, and maybe if the background was a single color it could have made it better. 5
06/16/2003 02:07:56 PM
The exposure's bright enough that the definition on his head is completely shot, making it hard to find somewhere to look that isn't either the curve of his body or the slanting line with screw-holes in it, neither of which are wonderfully appealing subjects, aesthetically.
06/16/2003 01:16:30 PM
Seems just a bit *too* red for my tastes, even though that appears to be intentional.
06/16/2003 05:16:06 AM
radical lighting. cool snake, and name.
06/16/2003 02:19:19 AM
Nice!
06/16/2003 12:33:42 AM
I'd like it if the snake's head were more of a focal point, rather than the middle of his body (shifting the composition a bit to the left would have accomplished this).


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