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Head And Shoulders above the Horizon( The Black Spot Is Bird)
Head And Shoulders above the Horizon( The Black Spot Is Bird)
BrianR


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Rule of Thirds II (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Canon EOS-350D Rebel XT
Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6
Location: Hervey Bay, Australia
Date: Aug 31, 2006
Aperture: 13.0
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/180
Galleries: Sky, Seascapes
Date Uploaded: Aug 31, 2006

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Head And Shoulder Above the Horizon

Taken on a cloudy day, the model is an English backpacker who agreed to the shot.

Quality Raw MG 6816 CR2

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Statistics
Place: 159 out of 320
Avg (all users): 5.4661
Avg (commenters): 6.6000
Avg (participants): 5.2100
Avg (non-participants): 5.6777
Views since voting: 695
Views during voting: 294
Votes: 221
Comments: 11
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
09/12/2006 12:58:48 PM
beautifully isolated subject. love this.
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09/12/2006 08:29:36 AM
too dark losing detail that would make it more interesting
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09/09/2006 05:14:07 PM
9 :) my wife just walked by and said 'that is really nice'. i agree.
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09/09/2006 01:50:30 AM
Oh, I like this very, very much...however, as you've pointed out (I think some people don't read or care about the title)...that bird is unfortunately very, very distracting. Dang...to bad...hey, you know what...in the last 'Free Study' challenge, I know I got dinged because I should have cropped a distracting branch out of my photo. It was advanced editing, I just forgot that it was. You've noticed the 'blemish' in your photo and chose to post it anyway. I still don't think a perfect score is in order but I will certainly give it a 9. Maybe a helpful suggestion would be to always, always take more then one frame? Good luck to you...I hope others aren't to harsh about part of nature. Oh heck, you only live once...I'll make it a 10...there...10.
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09/08/2006 07:55:09 PM
Very nice photo!
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09/07/2006 08:50:45 AM
Great shot, love how you put the bird spot in the title!
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09/07/2006 12:46:34 AM
The unfortunate thing on this site is that you have to mention the bird in the title of the photo (people won't give you the benefit of the doubt). For me the bird is so minor that I would never (or almost never) notice it, but once it is mentioned in the title it becomes distracting. What I'm saying is it shouldn't be in the title.
It is an interesting photo otherwise. I don't often agree with black & white, but I do think it was well used here. Rule of thirds draws your eyes to the woman very well.
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09/06/2006 11:32:40 PM
Really nice! However, could be better if it was looking a little bit up, and without the bird (or piece of dust) in the air.
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09/06/2006 09:31:04 PM
Think this would have worked better shot from a slightly different angle. The perspective here is very disturbing to the eye and makes the photo appear off kilter. Good luck.
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09/06/2006 04:53:05 PM
excellent dof, and i like the b&w.
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09/06/2006 12:22:56 AM
I really like this shot a lot. I do, however, think it might have faired better with a big chunk of the foreground cropped out. Good Luck!
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