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Challenge: Framing IV (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Canon PowerShot A430
Date: Feb 28, 2010
Galleries: Still Life
Date Uploaded: Feb 28, 2010

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Place: 122 out of 127
Avg (all users): 4.4077
Avg (commenters): 4.3333
Avg (participants): 4.2963
Avg (non-participants): 4.4868
Views since voting: 503
Views during voting: 223
Votes: 130
Comments: 8
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03/07/2010 11:04:01 PM
Sorry, this is very noisy, out of focus and to be honest is not what was meant by the challenge of framing. The frame was supposed to be either in the foreground or the background behind the subject. Not next to and in fact part of the whole setup subject. Not voting.
03/07/2010 10:43:46 PM
To my eye, the focus should have been on the setting in the ring (the question).
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03/07/2010 06:46:56 AM
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03/07/2010 01:50:12 AM
I really like your shot, pity the image quality is not up to the mark too much noise and it looks out of focus. Also look out for those reflections on the tops of the wine glasses.
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03/05/2010 06:50:11 AM
Everything seems very soft in this photo. I don't know if that was your intention, but I think we need a real point of interest.
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03/01/2010 09:37:28 PM
nice setup , but I would like the object to be in really sharp focus
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03/01/2010 02:53:57 AM
nice idea & colors, too little focus.
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03/01/2010 12:54:39 AM
Very soft and lots of unattractive high ISO grain, I'm afraid. Of course, I don't know how you shot this, but for something like this, I would set the camera on a tripod and shoot at the lowest ISO with the self timer or a remote. That can help to get a sharp, noise free image in such dim conditions.
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