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Challenge: Pet Portrait III (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Canon EOS-350D Rebel XT
Lens: Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II
Location: Studio
Date: Feb 22, 2008
Aperture: 5.6
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/160
Date Uploaded: Feb 24, 2008

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Statistics
Place: 57 out of 261
Avg (all users): 6.1268
Avg (commenters): 7.3636
Avg (participants): 5.8036
Avg (non-participants): 6.5161
Views since voting: 927
Views during voting: 378
Votes: 205
Comments: 15
Favorites: 1 (view)


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03/02/2008 05:44:53 PM
A little tongue would have helped
03/01/2008 07:45:17 PM
I like this shot a lot, however I feel like it's not so much about the portrait of the pet as it is about the relationship she has with the pet - that may be a tad picky on my part, but that was my first impression. Excellent shot regarless.
02/29/2008 02:17:09 PM
Nice balance to the composition, though the snake is just a small part of it. If you caught him/her with tongue sticking out that would have bumped this into a whole 'nother level of wonderfulness, but it's pretty good as is.
02/29/2008 04:56:53 AM
Looks dangerous!! and the snake is kinda scary too!!
02/28/2008 09:40:42 PM
Nice composition, perfect lighting. Interesting take on the challenge, you don't see many snakes here.
02/27/2008 05:19:39 PM
The repeat of the yellow on brown on opposite corners of the shot is really striking.
02/27/2008 11:02:17 AM
Love it.... great shot!! I am a little confused about the colour of the snake? Is it a Ball Python? We also have one. Looks like our Monty's pattern and size??
02/26/2008 05:46:02 PM
Nice skin tone, great composition. Too bad the snakes tongue wasn't out. But that is a small detail.
02/26/2008 07:55:27 AM
Too me the snake acts almost as a leading line to the model. The model appears to me as your main subject, she is taking up much more room of the frame then your pet subject. I found the manicure on the models hands distracting form the snake. The white stands out and drew my eye on that side. Overall, a very nice picture.
02/25/2008 10:40:46 PM
More her than its portrait, but a very pretty image.
02/25/2008 02:03:43 PM
Nice composition. Good black background and lighting on the foreground. Coming back after looking at the rest to add this is one of the best. Very unique, scary for us arachnophobiacs [edit: make that Ophiophobiacs] and showing a great connection between your two subjects. I assume she isn't afraid of snakes. Excellent job. Sorry I'm not voting in this one.

Message edited by author 2008-03-03 01:05:18.
02/25/2008 02:01:51 PM
This is really lovely! I like how sharp the snake is and the negative space in it is perfect!
02/25/2008 12:57:12 PM
Really a great shot! Not a fan of snakes, but this one is sure appealing! Nice set-up, composition, and a beautiful model to boot! (and I don't mean the snake!) I like how the yellow in the snakeskin matches/compliments the hair color of the model. Bravo! *9*
02/25/2008 11:12:15 AM
Beautiful portrait of the two subjects.
02/25/2008 12:25:49 AM
This will do well...good luck


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