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Who took the lollies from the lol lollie jar?
Who took the lollies from the lol lollie jar?
GregoryB


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Camera: Canon EOS-30D
Lens: Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM Macro
Location: Home
Date: Oct 5, 2008
Aperture: f/4.0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/4s
Galleries: Macro, Food and Drink
Date Uploaded: Oct 5, 2008

Viewed: 418
Comments: 12
Favorites: 0

Composite of two images.

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11/16/2009 07:42:24 PM
Man. Nice image. You'd love a tilt-shift lens. Do that in one frame.
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11/03/2008 09:35:57 AM
lovely colors. It took me a second to realize the blur was through the middle. Very nice. I like it.
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10/19/2008 10:55:25 PM
I agree with the others about the focus issue, but the colors here are just outstanding. This reminds me of Christmases from a long time ago. I bet the Fractalius filter could create some neat effects with this one.
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10/15/2008 09:04:35 AM
I like the way that this is done. I get a real impression of the sweets spilling out of the jar.
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10/05/2008 03:22:11 PM
Mmmmmm... last year's Christmas candy.... ;-)
The white balance seems off - yellowish. I do like the scattered focal points.
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10/05/2008 01:34:53 PM
I really like the composition on this one.
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10/05/2008 12:12:27 PM
I think this was a great idea and you did it very well. It looks pretty tricky to get the lighting to match well, but I think you pulled that off.

Once I got over my initial impression I felt that the candy in focus in the foreground stands out quite a bit more than the blurred candy behind it. If you can make the candy in the foreground come into focus in the same way that the candy in the background goes out of focus I think the composition would have been better.

I think the red border is a mistake though. The red seems to harsh and distracting. I would go with something more subtle.

Overall, this looks a bit tricky, and I think you did a great job.
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10/05/2008 11:30:17 AM
Interesting take using the composite idea. I'm not so sure how I feel about having the OoF plane separating the two images. Normally focus stacking would include detail throughout the entire image, or at least bring an entire area into focus while still leaving the rest OoF. This is interesting effect though.
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10/05/2008 11:01:47 AM
Wow that really is cool, I will have to try something like this!

Can't be sweets though as I eat too many of those already :)
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10/05/2008 10:03:26 AM
this is making my head spin, not only from the sugar fix but the way you've got the background and the foreground in focus with the centre blurred ..
fantastic colours and a great image all round .. excellent processing .. :)
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10/05/2008 09:45:04 AM
Sweet as can B..... and I like the rainbow of bright stripy colors.
They almost look like they are floating.....
I really like this macro....
Very much indeed.....

Hey Greg, the Sea Eagles WON...........
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10/05/2008 08:45:23 AM
Sweeeet - coundn't resist ! I really like the tumbled candies & the jar & lid being shown- beautiful colors !
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