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Healty shapes
Healty shapes
nicklevy


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Challenge: Shapes (Advanced Editing I*)
Camera: Sony DSC-V1
Location: My kitchen
Date: Dec 7, 2003
Aperture: f4.0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/60s
Galleries: Still Life, Macro
Date Uploaded: Dec 7, 2003

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Place: 120 out of 125
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Votes: 144
Comments: 9
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12/14/2003 08:47:36 PM
I know your gonna get comments on the spelling error, but I will crtique the photo-- If you subject was the fruit that has the light , I would have chosen to make that in focus, rather than the fruit in foreground-- good attempt--
12/14/2003 05:33:24 PM
But an unhealthy looking photo to me. I find the composition very awkward and gloomy with little interest unless you read the title. Sorry.
12/09/2003 10:12:51 PM
healthy? shaded shapes. would have preferred light on the foreground subject. 5
12/09/2003 06:29:40 PM
6.
12/09/2003 12:00:52 AM
If you are trying to show healthy shapes, why not illuminate them all. Why throw the front of the image into darkness which leads your eyes to the more lit object that is out of focus. It kind of kills the purpose of the front shapes. It is a bit too tightly cropped on the left. Unless the greenish cast was intended, it doesn't really work here. The oranges are reddish, why not use blue or yellower background or lighting.
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12/08/2003 06:38:40 PM
I like the orange and greens colors together. I'm not sure why you chose to have the stack of oranges (clementines?) in partial silouette, and have the well lit one in the background out of focus. I do like the effect of the orange color creeping around the edges of the fruit, but the front is just too dark and the composition to disparate - I'n like the focus to be on one fruit, with the lighting effect done a bit better - it would really show the shape of the fruit.
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12/08/2003 06:26:58 PM
shape not really most important aspect, but a neat still life with a twist on the lighting
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12/08/2003 04:08:58 PM
Nice set-up, but the green is not very pleasing to look at. A different color?
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12/08/2003 12:26:00 AM
I think your idea was good for the challenge..and I like the background color. However the lighting on the four tangerines is too light making them very dark. That may have been your original idea but the far ground tangerine is cropped too tightly, making it look wedge in there.


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