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Helianthus,
08/17/2004 03:17:23 PM
Helianthus,
by jonpink

Comment:
Nice use of the burn tool. This is a nioce caputre as well, although it is also a very commong sunflower photograph. It would be interesting to see more of the plant or a different angle as this is also a fairly common angle for photographing this type of flower.

The color is very rich and quite attractive as well. I could see this in a small frame on a desk or someplace similar.
Floral Front Yard Landscape
08/17/2004 08:13:38 AM
Floral Front Yard Landscape
by menardmam

Comment:
This image is really flat. It's not very colorful and vibrant. If you play with some of the color saturation it could be brought more to life.

Other then that there isn't a real strong focus on plant life so much as on the dead wooden fence. That's where I keep finding my eyes drawn to as it stands out from everything around it.
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Salt Marsh-Botanical Wonderland
08/17/2004 08:11:04 AM
Salt Marsh-Botanical Wonderland
by Pooba

Comment:
This is a very nice landscape shot. I really like the vibrant capture of color between the blues and the greens here. The only issue with this image is that it doesn't completely meet the challenge. I am unsure which plant life is the main focus of this image.

Is it what appears to be a small stand of trees to the right of the image? Is it the 'stump/roots' collection in the middle right of the image? Is it the grasses that are all over the scene?

I would score this higher with a clearly defined focus on a particular plant life.
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Flowers And The Killpecker Sand Dunes
08/17/2004 08:07:29 AM
Flowers And The Killpecker Sand Dunes
by Gallatin

Comment:
Very nice capture. The main thing that I would change is to crop/tilt the image slightly to overcome the very slight horizon issue. There are a considerable number of people that will mark down for the minor tweak you have in your horizon here.

The only other thing that I would do is play with some of individual color saturation levels to bring out a little more of the blues, yellows and perhaps the greens as well.
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Shrimp Flower
08/17/2004 07:16:44 AM
Shrimp Flower
by livingfiction

Comment:
This is a nice capture, but it is really flat colorwise and doesn't grab attention because of that. I am unsure how you would make this more vibrant, perhaps at a different time of day or with a different light source, some more of the pink and green could be brought out.
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Sunflowers at Sunset
08/16/2004 01:37:15 PM
Sunflowers at Sunset
by Dim7

Comment:
The burning in this image seems a bit overdone and also lacking in a few spots, like on the the left part of the image where the tree 'mates' with the roof of the building. This image just feels over processed.

I do like the contrast you are reaching for with this, but the changes in lighting between one spot and another are to drastic and sudden.
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"Sticky Situation..Insurance Dilemma...Yesterday...I Bought a Knee.."
08/16/2004 07:25:09 AM
"Sticky Situation..Insurance Dilemma...Yesterday...I Bought a Knee.."
by tfarrell23

Comment:
I don't see what the focus of this image is. You have three things to focus on that really detract from one another.

Other then that the shot is nicely lit and captured well.
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Wild Cobra Lillies
08/16/2004 06:27:41 AM
Wild Cobra Lillies
by Chefboz

Comment:
The lighting is a little harsh. If your camera allows it, this should be something you underexpose and then lighten up in your photoediting software. It would take care of some of the washed out places.
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Nature's work of art
08/06/2004 09:29:31 AM
Nature's work of art
by Nonage

Comment:
I like the way the noise adds to the image. The capture of the color is also impressive.

I am interested in seeing what this ends up being.
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Splish Splash
08/06/2004 09:28:00 AM
Splish Splash
by CoreyLan

Comment:
Why did you enter this shot into a Macro contest? This shot is, in my opinion, the farthest thing from a Macro shot.

Outside of far from meeting the challenge, the shot appears to have nice focus, it is an intereting capture. The washing out of the water near the bottom of the fountain is a nice touch. This is a good night shot.

Without this being close to the challenge at hand, I am unable to mark this very high.
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