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Challenge: Free Study XII (Advanced Editing IV*)
Camera: Canon EOS-350D Rebel XT
Lens: Canon EF 70-200mm f/4.0L USM
Location: dva potoka
Date: Aug 27, 2006
Aperture: f/4
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/1500s
Galleries: Nature, Animals
Date Uploaded: Aug 26, 2006

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Model Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL
Date/time original 27.08.2006 12:46:33
Shutter speed value 1/1500 s
Aperture value f/4
ISO speed ratings ISO 200
Exposure bias value 0.00 eV
Metering mode Pattern
Flash Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
Focal length 200 mm
White balance Auto white balance

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Statistics
Place: 445 out of 684
Avg (all users): 5.3684
Avg (commenters): 6.5714
Avg (participants): 5.3503
Avg (non-participants): 5.4400
Views since voting: 534
Views during voting: 304
Votes: 247
Comments: 15
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
09/07/2006 07:22:10 PM
I really like this one off center. Beautiful capture!
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09/07/2006 12:49:20 PM
OK Composition, though with the direction the beast is facing, it would do better on the right hand side of the frame. I would have framed it with the animal at the bottom right thirds point. That would also eliminate some of the out-of-focus grass at the front of the image, which is slightly distracting. In particular the change from blur to sharp is too far from the animal. If it were closer, it would not distract. I would either open it up and go for a real shallow DOF on just the animal, with the grass almost ALL creamy with bokeh, or stop it down and get the entire frame sharp and full of small details in the grass. (In case you can't tell, I cannot determine what kind of deer/antelope/grazing plains animal this is... :) )
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09/06/2006 12:26:29 PM
This reminds me Rousseau's dreams. Frightening and irresistible at the same time. Nature's brute beauty, rolled from a lush carpet. Oscar Wilde reincarnated as a dear. I just love that texture, and the varying greens. 10
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09/05/2006 11:38:46 PM
Wow. Is that the "velvet" I've read about, that surrounds new antlers?

The deer(?) is great to look at; I would've been more engrossed with a tighter crop on the left, though, and more space to the right. I don't mean to zoom fully in on the animal, but rather to move it a little back toward the center. If you have the pixels, of course.
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09/04/2006 11:47:55 PM
nice composition...great greens and contrast!
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09/04/2006 07:26:29 AM
Nice composition.
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09/04/2006 01:02:58 AM
-Very cool
-Nice use of the rule of thirds
-I love how he sinks right into the grass
-Score: 7
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09/03/2006 09:22:25 AM
Wow, that buck has an almost human face. Really interesting; plus, he's got a rope or something hanging from his horn? Hope he's okay. The color of the green and the detail in it are superb. I like how the depth of focus is in the middle range around the deer and along the entire horizontal at that level. Not sure, but it might have even got a better reaction from me if the empty space were to the right of the deer or if it could've been a little looser crop on that side.
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09/02/2006 04:35:26 PM
great comp. woudl liek to see him closer to get more detail but jsut my opinion.
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09/02/2006 03:28:51 PM
Pretty Good. Would prefer the dead space on the other side of him.
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09/01/2006 11:24:50 PM
Great rule of thirds.
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09/01/2006 10:36:18 AM
Beautiful shot! I love that he has grass hanging from his antler! Wonderful colors.
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09/01/2006 10:17:44 AM
great sharp shot with nice dof...good that you used rule of thirds...this challenge is quite competitive, so I hope you do well
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09/01/2006 01:31:56 AM
positioned in the middle vertical, and to far to the right for a powerfull composition
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09/01/2006 01:07:11 AM
There you go!!!!! Love its use of negative space. So peaceful. 7
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