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Date Uploaded: Mar 2, 2008

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03/12/2008 05:25:34 PM
Yup. It's harsh/sharp/bright, but there are things you can do to resolve that.

If you have PS, take the original and duplicate the layer.
Set that duplicate to Filter/Highpass (3-9 px)
Set that layer to overlay
Edit/Fade to a point where there are no halos, but it still pops off the screen.

This type of sharp tends to have less of a piercing effect on metal and high contrast images.
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03/03/2008 02:41:22 PM
The lighting is a tad harsh, and a bit too sharp. When the image first loads it almost pokes me in the eye.
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03/03/2008 12:34:50 PM
Some dusty bits here. At first I couldn't figure out how this would hold DVD's then I remembered the shiny tools part of your comments. I don't think I'd be using the big curved drill bit any time soon. I know it is lens distortion. Bright orange and bright twisted metal make for an interesting subject.

Sorry to hear about the puppies, I hope they are OK.
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03/02/2008 09:27:59 PM
OOOOOH! Shiny!
Masonry bits, and concrete dust? Pretty cool with the shiny over the red background.
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03/02/2008 09:25:18 PM
Nice color and focus. I'm seeing some pincushioning at the upper right. The "holsters" seem a bit soft.
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03/02/2008 09:18:25 PM
I really like this as the thumb nail really makes one want to enlatge this image for a better view.....
Excellent focus, textures and leading lines..... Wll done.....
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03/02/2008 08:09:25 PM
Looks like they've been used!
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03/02/2008 07:19:18 PM
drill bits...them is drill bits. I like the contrast between the orange plastic and the chrome of the bits. However, I suggest you keep your tools cleaner....seriously, nice shot.
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