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Me, Myself, and I
02/06/2004 01:01:21 PM
Me, Myself, and I
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Comment by brewinj:
I missed this one. I'm sorry if I don't get it and perhaps I will once the voting is in.
Shadrack
02/05/2004 06:58:41 PM
Shadrack
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Comment by Sonifo:
Awesome! You did a great job. It is not blown out either. Way to go. I can't see what you could do to make this already perfect shot better. Even the lines of the soil work well. I love it!
almost
02/05/2004 07:39:02 AM
almost
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Comment by admart01:
Interesting shot. Is your point that the sides of the zipper go together?
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Camilla
02/05/2004 07:34:05 AM
Camilla
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Comment by Mona:
A wonderful portrait.
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almost
02/05/2004 01:18:24 AM
almost
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Comment by Lafaminit:
Fits the challenge well...very creative concept.
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Shadrak
02/04/2004 11:00:55 PM
Shadrak
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Comment by Neil:
Good compoosition and photo overall. The only minor criticism I have is that while it looks good high key, there's something slightly distracting in the ground cover: the slightly overexposed snow, interacting with the brown grass, especially in the foreground, where the background pattern is broken, grabs my attention from the main subject.
Shadrak
02/04/2004 09:03:49 PM
Shadrak
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Comment by zeuszen:
Not much, really (to improve upon). I think this is a very decent shot. The rider, too, is not inept.
It helps to know (to be able to see) a little about horses and riding to perfect a photo like this. What I mean is that, as an equestrian, I'd like to see a greater engagement of the horse (the horses hind legs deeper under the body) and a little less of a rack (the high and unnatural left front). A looks like a good horse though, with good confirmation and a good carriage (the head slightly in front of the vertical). The rider, although a little heavy, has a good deep seat and appears to be focused.

The setting is, of course, ideal without any visible distractions. The bright, snowy ambiance provides a splendid air supportive of subject and action. I might consider a wider format, which would subordinate the two (horse and rider) to their environment, while retaining focal length and perspective (so no salient detail is lost).

This, however, is a matter of taste and philosophy (regarding the relationship between nature and man). The composition, as is, is quite simple and sensitive to the available space.

I would, however, consider dropping the double border. Even though a Western idyll appears so often adorned with redundant artifice in popular American crafts, this photo is too good for decorum, IMHO.

Message edited by author 2004-02-04 21:04:29.
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Forgotten Corner
02/04/2004 08:53:26 PM
Forgotten Corner
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Comment by captbender:
My favorite so far. Great shot. I like the noise in the photo. You have captured the essence of the challenge perfectly! Well done!
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almost
02/04/2004 08:04:46 PM
almost
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Comment by soup:
re-enter it in shallow depth of field ;{

nice job///
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Me, Myself, and I
02/04/2004 07:42:12 PM
Me, Myself, and I
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Comment by birgir:
you? I don't understand you'r shadow
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