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View through a circle
07/06/2005 02:49:01 AM
View through a circle
by mariegbeve

Comment by Talarria:
very unique idea. I would suggest cropping just enough off the bottom to remove the bright blurry object near the center bottom. Without that distraction there, the eyes look at the rest of the image, as opposed to being drawn to that bright thing at the bottom.
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Stone bridge over ice bridge
02/19/2005 11:47:16 AM
Stone bridge over ice bridge
by mariegbeve

Comment by puzzled:
It's so hard to shoot in snow! I can't give much good advice, but I see the same kind of issue in this as in my snow shots. That is, it's a little over-exposed. But I do like the way the person in red pants stands out so much in the white.
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Stone bridge over ice bridge
02/17/2005 01:00:05 PM
Stone bridge over ice bridge
by mariegbeve

Comment by photohog:
A little too bright and not enough definition and contrast. Very over-blown in areas. Suggest taking images at sunset or sunrise instaed. You'd get a much nicer image in better lighting. I've shot here (in Ottawa) and know this to be true.
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Tune up
12/29/2004 08:03:52 AM
Tune up
by mariegbeve

Comment by orussell:
With the right light and composition this could be a great subject. Natural light, camera on a tripod, with longer exposure, shot on more of an angle, would work much better. To me it looks like it was shot at fairly close range, with on-camera flash, going by the bright spot at the top. Hope this helps.
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Yellow in action
12/14/2004 10:08:44 PM
Yellow in action
by mariegbeve

Comment by Gatorguy:
The concept is great. If you had a better location and a more straight on perspective, you would have had something here.
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Yellow in action
12/10/2004 10:52:33 AM
Yellow in action
by mariegbeve

Comment by gaurawa:
the background is not good for a shot like this.. and as you see taking this indoors, forces you to use flash .. and looks likeyou are using on camera flash which doesn't give required results. You might like to take it outside with some green grass and the sky and you won't even need flash there and more clarity in the photo in general
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Lucky bracelets
12/01/2004 04:24:04 AM
Lucky bracelets
by mariegbeve

Comment by speedylix:
Out of focus and really bad shadow from flash. Hand in more natural position would have made a much better photo - maybe it would have been harder to count the bracelets but I doubt you use them normally this way...
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Listen to me !
11/25/2004 11:48:29 AM
Listen to me !
by mariegbeve

Comment by Prof_Fate:
good idea, but low quality pic - looks ,like something from an OLD digital camera. Not well lit, not sharp, noisy. Could use a bit of cropping on th ebottom to remove the white thing (distracting). Model has redeye too.
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Listen to me !
11/24/2004 02:17:53 AM
Listen to me !
by mariegbeve

Comment by tyt2000:
The red eye ruins the photo. Also, you'll need to adjust the levels so the colors aren't washed out. Try an external flash, or another source of light coming from another direction.
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Listen to me !
11/24/2004 01:27:26 AM
Listen to me !
by mariegbeve

Comment by snackwells:
Model is appropriate. There are several factors which make this photograph unacceptable.

- Contrast. Lack thereof. This shot could have used a nice boost in contrast.
- Framing. Could have cropped off the distracting white at the lower right corner and upper right corner, and the female could have been shot in front of a more interesting backdrop. A slight rotation clockwise could have improved this.
- Red eye. Under the basic editing rules, this is problematic. I think instead of shooting her face on, a different angle would have been more compelling and eliminated the red eye, to boot.
- Detail. Focus is soft and the resolving capability of the camera is rather dismal. Perhaps a tighter shot would have brough out more details which was lost with this particular composition.

Given these considerations I can't rate this very highly, sorry.
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