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Refraction
10/21/2003 03:38:01 PM
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Comment by dsidwell:
What a great idea! the clarity suffers here; I kind of expect light to be pure and vibrant. Try using brightness/contrast to darken the neutral colors and bring up the the vibrant colors. You can increase the saturation of the colors, too. Really top notch composition, too.
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Refraction
10/17/2003 08:16:21 AM
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Comment by ScantyNebula:
Not sharp and the quality doesn't do justice .. 6
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Refraction
10/16/2003 05:51:27 AM
Refraction
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Comment by DBoy:
The pic is blurry and noisy
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Refraction
10/15/2003 11:26:01 PM
Refraction
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Comment by DebN2003:
Love the rainbow abstract quality in this photo. Good interpretation of subject matter. 10
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Refraction
10/15/2003 12:48:18 PM
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Comment by vadvirag:
Brilliant shot, one of my favourites!
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Human lighting versus God's lighting
10/12/2003 10:33:46 PM
Human lighting versus God's lighting
by stevenayer

Comment by byetko:
The light reflecting from the window is so bright that it threw your meter off and underexposed your shot. The lens flare is a little distracting also.
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Human lighting versus God's lighting
10/12/2003 08:51:12 PM
Human lighting versus God's lighting
by stevenayer

Comment by pcody:
I really want to say something mean, but I realize you took time to take this and to post it, so it means something to you. Maybe a better angle of view would have given you a more interesting composition and helped you avoid the extreme flare.
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Human lighting versus God's lighting
10/11/2003 01:59:11 PM
Human lighting versus God's lighting
by stevenayer

Comment by dr rick:
The bright reflection of the sun really sucks the contrast out of this image. Curves could probably fix it.
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Human lighting versus God's lighting
10/10/2003 07:51:43 PM
Human lighting versus God's lighting
by stevenayer

Comment by Shannon:
sorry I don't care for the glare at all.
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Human lighting versus God's lighting
10/10/2003 05:49:15 PM
Human lighting versus God's lighting
by stevenayer

Comment by clues56:
The window glare could have been softened somewhat with a uv filter.
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