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Challenge: Selective Desaturation II (Advanced Editing V)
Camera: Nikon D50
Lens: Nikon AF Micro-Nikkor 60mm f2.8D
Location: Saginaw, Michigan
Date: May 15, 2007
Aperture: F3.3
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/40
Galleries: Nature, Floral
Date Uploaded: May 16, 2007

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Statistics
Place: 464 out of 556
Avg (all users): 4.8879
Avg (commenters): 4.0000
Avg (participants): 4.8084
Avg (non-participants): 5.1702
Views since voting: 16511
Views during voting: 275
Votes: 214
Comments: 12
Favorites: 1 (view)


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12/19/2007 09:57:45 PM
This picture really deserved to do better. I truly like it. Very good job!
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06/01/2007 09:01:43 AM
I've seen so many of these heart shaped flowers - I need to get some! Very pretty and vibrant color, great title! Like the others, I think this should have scored higher!
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05/29/2007 01:03:08 PM
Floral is always tough to do. Though the composition is good and overall a nice photo. Surprised with the score, I thought this would have been higher.
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05/28/2007 01:49:19 PM
I'm surprised at the score on this. I'm guessing the subject was too small and it wasn't especially sharp. DPC loves sharp. I wonder how it'd look cropped down so the heart fills more of the frame?
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05/28/2007 12:07:55 PM
Hey their score double! I can't believe that our bleeding heart scores are almost exactly the same! I love how you got the color to pop here. Mine was real soft and that was one of my comments. next time I will make it pop (and probably won't use flowers, they don't seem to like them at all :-)

Well, at least I learned selective coloring!
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05/28/2007 11:28:30 AM
You know, in retrospect maybe this could have been flipped horizontally for better left to right sight lines. Sorry I forgot about that. I do think it's a lovely picture and that you mostly got clobbered by floweritis. Note though, that you got a fair number of 6-7-8 scores, so some people appreciated it properly!
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05/28/2007 10:30:54 AM
wow good job and I like the title.
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05/28/2007 09:53:40 AM
I was thinking of things to say about this picture, and started picking up after myself (wife is on vacation in Idaho), and I was headed to the trash with the first load of beer cans. I looked back from the kitchen , Your picture stood out so well it was incredible, This photo demands to be noticed, well done.
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05/28/2007 09:25:09 AM
I like it Bob. Love the title too!
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05/28/2007 01:33:35 AM
These things are so gorgeous - I had one plant in the backyard this spring but the landlords dug it up when they redid the yard. I'm wondering if leaving the other two in color may have added to this, though I do think the composition is a bit awkward. Very good work isolating the color in editing, something I found quite hard to do!
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05/28/2007 12:19:59 AM
Bob, the bleeding heart is beautiful. This may not have been a good choice for selective desat, because the image doesn't seem to be improved by the b&w. The heart would have stood out nicely against the green, so the question is: why was the green removed?
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
05/22/2007 10:33:19 AM
The B&W needs more contrast. Like the color
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