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Three by the Sea
Three by the Sea

Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Repetition (Classic Editing)
Camera: Sony DSC-F717
Location: NJ
Date: Aug 31, 2003
Aperture: 2.4
ISO: 1/1000
Shutter: 100
Galleries: Nature, Animals
Date Uploaded: Aug 31, 2003


Place: 81 out of 140
Avg (all users): 5.3134
Avg (commenters): 6.3333
Avg (participants): 5.3704
Avg (non-participants): 5.2264
Views since voting: 685
Votes: 134
Comments: 10
Favorites: 0

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
09/07/2003 10:03:46 PM
I like the sharpness of first bird and DOF of ones in back, I am wishing that foreground birds feet were not cut out though.
09/07/2003 09:39:35 PM
Would have worked better for repetition if all three subjects were in focus. As it is, it's a nice shot, and an interesting composition. I think shooting from a bit more to the right might have lined the birds up better though.
09/07/2003 09:15:04 PM
I think I would have facused on the first bird and its patterned back!
09/05/2003 06:56:10 PM
I like the depth of field and how you caught the three birds looking in completely different directions. I think I would have liked this either brightened a little more, or turned to grayscale.
09/03/2003 02:04:08 PM
poor amputee bird in the foreground. Composition is otherwise good with foreground, mid range and background elements working together .
09/02/2003 10:08:02 PM
good shot. great line up of the birds. nice timing :) good composition and dof. nice.
09/02/2003 07:40:41 AM
Meets the challenge and a good shot overall. I love the placement of the birds.
09/02/2003 12:25:29 AM
I love the DOF on this shot. What is really cool is that the main gull is looking right at the camera and the other two are not. Really great!
09/01/2003 10:59:55 AM
I like this. The detail on the first bird seem to be mirrored in the other birds. Interesting how the birds alternate positions as well. Good job.
09/01/2003 09:00:45 AM
What a photogenic bird! I wish the feet were captured completely. But already a nice foto as it is.

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