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The Hunter, and the Hunted
The Hunter, and the Hunted
Skamal


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Point of View (Classic Editing)
Camera: Sony DSC-F707
Location: Hilliard, OH
Date: Jan 7, 2004
Aperture: 2.0
ISO: 250
Shutter: 1/30
Galleries: Animals
Date Uploaded: Jan 7, 2004

Cat and Mouse, and it is, or was a real mouse

Statistics
Place: 221 out of 286
Avg (all users): 4.7021
Avg (commenters): 5.7895
Avg (participants): 4.4364
Avg (non-participants): 4.9360
Views since voting: 811
Votes: 235
Comments: 21
Favorites: 0


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01/25/2004 12:11:35 AM
I would like to thank everyone for the feedback. I received alot of comments on the exposure. It was actually intentional, but I guess I didn't do a well enough job to convince that to the majority of the viewers. I guess the only thing I would change if I had to do the picture again, would be to focus on the eyes. Other than that, I was happy with the picture. Thank You.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
01/19/2004 07:20:07 PM
whoa, this is awesome.
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01/19/2004 12:20:12 AM
Very overexposed. But nice perspective
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01/18/2004 12:09:18 PM
Not enough shading. Lots of tone washed out.
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01/18/2004 08:46:41 AM
Way overexposed. Leave more detail next time. Good idead though.
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01/17/2004 10:52:10 PM
I feel that you had a great idea, but lost a lot with this photo when the cat's nose was lost behind the rodent. High key is good, but this might be just a little too hot. I like the angle however.
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01/17/2004 02:07:59 PM
Great idea, not happy with the angle, too angular and a might blown out, but nice capture and POV. 6
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01/16/2004 11:21:09 PM
Matches the POV challenge although a little morbid.
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01/16/2004 12:20:57 PM
Clever, and the overexposure works great for you here.
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01/16/2004 01:23:18 AM
Definately a good point of view, which I supose is what this challenge is all about. However, while the POINT OF VIEW is good...the view itself doesn't really appeal to me. It's just a personal opinion, and nothing against the technical aspects of this shot, which are good, but I'm just not drawn into the shot. The one suggestion that I may have though is that the focus seems to be on the mouse butt. Not the best part of the photo in my opinion. Would like to see the cat face in focus instead. The lighting is good, as is the cropping and framing. ~Heather~
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01/15/2004 03:50:13 PM
Very interesting, but little too bright on the right.( Did cat catch the mouse?)
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01/15/2004 11:55:18 AM
too over exposed, but it kind looks ok like that...mmm not sure what to give.
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01/15/2004 09:47:27 AM
This is great...poor mouse!
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01/15/2004 07:21:29 AM
A bit overexposed...
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01/15/2004 06:28:57 AM
beautiful
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01/14/2004 03:29:04 PM
I like the subject. It appears over exposed to me.
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01/14/2004 01:08:05 PM
This is great, my fav in the challenge. Everyone will complain that it's over-exposed but I think that works great! 10
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01/14/2004 12:20:20 PM
greatly overexposed. With "right" exposure and the eyes of the cat in focus this would have been a very good shot
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01/14/2004 12:13:03 PM
I wish it wasn't so burned out... great catch though. 8
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01/14/2004 11:28:07 AM
Nice POV (unless of course you are the mouse.....) but, the cat seems overexposed.
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01/14/2004 09:29:25 AM
Tilted angle and position of the two critters gives this a unique pov. White blocks out any unnecessary detail. Really want the cat's eyes to be in focus.
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