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glass of sipping whisky
glass of sipping whisky
whiterook


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Recipe (Beverage) (Basic Editing)
Camera: Minolta DiMAGE 7
Lens: Konica Minolta 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5 MZ
Location: Chatham, MA
Date: Jul 14, 2008
Date Uploaded: Jul 14, 2008

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Place: 105 out of 111
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Avg (commenters): 4.0000
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Views since voting: 645
Views during voting: 344
Votes: 229
Comments: 9
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07/23/2008 12:32:07 AM
You are a genious Rook. I don't get how you missed the brown with this one.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
07/22/2008 05:42:23 PM
Rather overwhelmingly brown and a bit blurry so hard to distinguish the drink.
07/22/2008 11:25:15 AM
doesnt seem to be enough contrast in the shot, the glass and table blend together. the image overall is soft and cutting the glass just a bit short and slightly to the side makes the balance feel awkward
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07/21/2008 08:41:47 PM
The yellowy-orange colour cast and the top of the glass being cut out of the frame is quite distracing.

Good detail showing in the table, but I feel the focus should have been on the glass itself.
07/19/2008 07:53:38 PM
All the details seem overwhelmed by the strong orange cast. Maybe some white balance changes could help?
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07/18/2008 11:50:22 PM
a little too simple for me, lot of noise, focus is hard to determine, composition cups off the top of the cup
07/17/2008 04:51:05 PM
the photo is pretty noisy, probably due to a high ISO, and the cropping is just wierd, why is the top half cut off? the colors are pretty much one tone too, leaving little to be interested in. but hey, there's always tomorrow right? right
07/17/2008 01:15:09 AM
Entire glass rim should have been inthe frame
07/16/2008 09:05:53 PM
The oak adds that barrel effect. Nice colors.
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