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New Growth
New Growth
waltoml


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Challenge: Something New (Classic Editing)
Camera: Olympus C-700UZ
Location: Bonney Lake, Wa
Date: Aug 10, 2002
Aperture: F 8.0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/60
Date Uploaded: Aug 10, 2002

New growth on a tree in my yard

Statistics
Place: 103 out of 168
Avg (all users): 4.6969
Avg (commenters): 5.0833
Avg (participants): 4.5547
Avg (non-participants): 4.8413
Views since voting: 639
Votes: 254
Comments: 12
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
08/18/2002 04:59:00 PM
This looks like a baby pine tree. And i think it's especially cute with the mama pine tree in the background. Great detail, great lighting. Definately depicts something new. nice shot and good luck with the challenge.
08/18/2002 04:57:00 PM
I like your idea here...thought about it myself. The tree trunk behind it distracts from the main subject though. A different position would give you a different perspective. Good color contrasts.
08/17/2002 09:18:00 AM
I like the thaw (or is that resin?). Maybe you did it on purpose but I don't like how the tree in the background is almost aligned to the subject. I think it would have been better to move to another position so that the background is more uniform and less distracting.
Also the lighting is not so good. The subject looks very flat.
08/16/2002 11:02:00 AM
i think i would've tried to move in even closer towards part of that new growth. i was going to comment on moving around that shoot to get the tree out of the background, but you may have included that for comparison, so i won't. even though i personally would've preferred a more even and out of focus background. -- gr8photos (5)
08/15/2002 04:34:00 PM
Good depth. Slightly overexposed, and soft on focus. Lower boundary of subject seems truncated.
08/15/2002 09:17:00 AM
Sharp image, great use of DOF and technically flawless. Nothing wrong with the picture, but the subject matter is not overly interesting
08/14/2002 06:32:00 PM
Tom, I gave you an 8, even before knowing this was yours. I wasn't certain if at first if the droplets were water or sap, water is a great friend! The middle section of the tree's growth is a little sparce, could you fill that in with some added needles? (fluff it up a bit...) Really, how about narrowing the shot to the upper third of this branch. Or, I've always wanted to see an evergreen with red needles and green bark, make it so! Seriously, well deseved 8. Swash
08/13/2002 05:54:00 PM
Something new.
Composition - quite good
Technical Aspects - quite good
Meets Challenge - yes
Visual Impact / Originality quite good
Jim msp
08/12/2002 09:19:00 PM
Composition6
Technical Aspects4
Appeal3
Creativity4
Rating4Autool
08/12/2002 07:59:00 PM
It might have been better at a different angle. Perhaps slanted. But the rule of thirds would help. It has very good detail.
08/12/2002 06:17:00 PM
good color
08/12/2002 03:05:00 AM
The lights in the background are just a little too blurred and gives an unpleasant feel. The plant is nice but it is lined up exactly as the tree ? behind it and the plant is also smack in the middle of the image.


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