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"Look Before You Leap"
"Look Before You Leap"
NoahGoldman


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Challenge: Clichés and Sayings (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Canon EOS-300D Rebel
Lens: Sigma 28-200mm f/3.5-5.6 Compact Hyperzoom Aspherical for Canon
Location: Hollywood, Ca
Date: May 1, 2006
Aperture: f9
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/250
Galleries: Portraiture, Action
Date Uploaded: May 2, 2006

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Place: 150 out of 288
Avg (all users): 5.4023
Avg (commenters): 6.0909
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Views since voting: 815
Views during voting: 362
Votes: 261
Comments: 13
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05/14/2006 11:06:54 PM
CRITIQUE CLUB CRITIQUE
by karmat

Very interesting shot. Glad I was not your model! You do well at giving the impression of extreme height (perhaps because it is extreme height)and that helps to draw the viewer into the picture and make it interesting for them.

Initially, the composition works because having the guy in the left 1/3 of the frame gives it a stable feeling, but then I saw that little tiny dude "behind" the subject. Because the viewer tends to look in front of the subject (on the right), the little spot may be missed and it helps to add to the feeling of height even more.

Technically, the exposure seems okay, there are details throughout, but the saturation seems a bit strong, especially on the skin tones.

Good work and best wishes in future challenges.
karmat
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
05/09/2006 04:08:07 PM
Color may have been adjusted too much in to yellow. changed the overall color of the skin and rock. Nice angle.
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05/08/2006 11:07:44 PM
This is a nice photo, meets the challenge well, saturation is pretty good on the landscape, however its a bit over saturated on the skin. I'd recommend backing down the reds a bit using selective color. Otherwise nicely done.
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05/07/2006 02:30:36 AM
Careful
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05/04/2006 12:23:34 PM
Wow, nice composition!
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05/04/2006 07:48:51 AM
Oh my......9 months ago...I would have freaked with this image...but then I overcame my fear of heights...and I love it. The person below really gives that sense of scale.
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05/04/2006 04:57:49 AM
Is that a person all the way down there?
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05/03/2006 05:07:49 PM
Truer words were never spoken (to add another cliche' to the mix)
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05/03/2006 02:16:46 PM
You lost the perception of "depth" in this picture. Not sure how you can give the feeling of being up high. It's a tough shot.
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05/03/2006 11:56:36 AM
nice idea
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05/03/2006 11:23:18 AM
Fun shot. The thing that really made it work for me was the person walking on the road below.
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05/03/2006 07:14:48 AM
I don't like heights ... and this image is scary. Good job. 7
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05/03/2006 02:38:59 AM
wow, great job, photo makes me dizzy like I am actually there... 8
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