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Challenge: Temperature (Classic Editing)
Camera: Canon PowerShot G3
Location: Buffalo NY
Date: Jul 12, 2003
Aperture: 2.0
ISO: 400
Shutter: not recorded
Date Uploaded: Jul 12, 2003

Exeprimenting with avalible light and macro on my G3. I love the warmth of a candles we light on most nights, I think this a great example of conveying warmth which speaks to the theme of the challenge.

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Place: 91 out of 92
Avg (all users): 3.5775
Avg (commenters): 2.5556
Avg (participants): 3.5672
Avg (non-participants): 3.5867
Views since voting: 647
Votes: 142
Comments: 9
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
07/20/2003 11:33:05 PM
This is interesting, but no strong sense of temperature here - are these candles? I'm not sure. The glares of light would seem to perhaps come from flames, but they're bright enough to have washed out the adjacent areas if so. I can't make out the forms clearly.

Most of all, I wish this had been larger - it would be nice to see more of the details.
07/17/2003 02:41:18 PM
I like all those different light sources illuminating the glass. Wish it had greater DOF for crisper lines.
07/17/2003 02:24:14 PM
I can't see any relevance to the challenge subject here whatsoever - even after some thought.
07/15/2003 04:30:35 PM
Interesting shot but don't get the connection to the challenge...just rack it up to me being dense?
07/15/2003 11:46:57 AM
more pixels please
07/14/2003 10:22:02 PM
Not much of a sense of heat-- maybe it would have been better without a flash
07/14/2003 01:02:23 PM
I don't understand how this conveys temperature... are these candles? If so, they're hard to make out. The picture is far too small. Interesting effect from using extreme wide-angle, the glare is pretty bad though from the reflections of the light source. 3
07/14/2003 10:42:19 AM
Does this make me think of temperature? Not really. I love candles, and I think there are some really cool pictures you can take with these ... but for people to judge the pictures properly, you should take advantage of the maximum allowed size (up to 640x640).
07/14/2003 12:55:00 AM
Interesting perspective, but I think it would have been helped more if the crean was a little more obvious and if it wasn't blown out in spots.


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