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A Brief Moment of Silence
06/12/2007 08:14:20 AM
A Brief Moment of Silence
by jjbeguin

Comment:
Originally posted by Bosborne:

I have made this one of my favorites despite what the SC deems as a ''failure''.


[sarcasm]Oh geez, did we put 'failure' in the DQ description again? Stupid us.[/sarcasm]

JJ...amazing job. Not a failure at all. I certainly hope that you don't believe the words that are put into our mouths by people who do not understand. Editing or no editing, this captures a beautiful moment in time, one that touches many hearts and one that these people will remember forever as well.
Your edits are also amazing, drawing out this touching scene from the background, and really are what make this photo even more amazing. It may be too much for the challenge...but DEFINATLY not too much to make the photo great.
Congrats either way.
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Posies for Picasso
06/09/2007 05:37:20 PM
Posies for Picasso
by De Sousa

Comment:
Excellent. I was beginning to think that people were not understanding the whole painting with light idea. very nicely executed. love the color and the overall placement of the subject is very good. nothing to complain about here.
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Fade Out
06/09/2007 05:21:50 PM
Fade Out
by GeneralE

Comment:
nothing really impressive here photographically. Could have just as easily been a screen shot off a computer or something. Not really sure where the painting with light was used to make this creative or interesting. I think in order to appreciate this image, one would probably have to have seen the set up and execution. It's just not capturing my interest.
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Set the light free
06/09/2007 05:11:51 PM
Set the light free
by Pano

Comment:
Love the point of this. The lack of focus in the hands really draws my attention downward away from the most interesting part of the image. Since the hands are brighter than the face, that's where my eyes go, and the face area is a more interesting section. Very neat concept for the photo, and well executed.
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Steaming Hot !
06/09/2007 05:08:07 PM
Steaming Hot !
by karinn

Comment:
Not really sure what I'm looking at here. There is nothing that catches my eye as interesting. my eyes wander around looking for the point of the image. the color is ok, but the photo in general is lacking something to hold my interest. sorry if i'm missing something.
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Forbidden Pear Love
06/09/2007 05:04:42 PM
Forbidden Pear Love
by cryan

Comment:
:) I like it. I like the lighting on the pears as well as the painted lighting above. You did an excellent job with the lighting on this one. Focus and clarity are also perfect. Nothing to complain about here. Very nice.
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Painted Nude
06/09/2007 05:00:32 PM
Painted Nude
by shanksware

Comment:
This seems too dark for me. Hard to tell that the light has been 'painted' on or if it's just a stationary light source. i like the pose, and it's very tastefully done, only wish that the subject were a bit brighter. would love to see this in more detail.
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Lily Lantern
06/09/2007 04:54:35 PM
Lily Lantern
by WeatherGurl

Comment:
Very pretty, I love how the flower stands out with the lighting. The background compliments the subject very well. Focus and clarity are great. I love how it's dark but for the flower. Makes it stand out wonderfully. There is nothing about this photo that I don't like. Excellent job.
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Washing Ashore
06/09/2007 04:49:22 PM
Washing Ashore
by senor_kasper

Comment:
That shell is huge compared to the other ones, looks almost unreal. I like how it stands out on the blue background. Colors are very nice. Rule of thirds plays nicely here and focus is good. Nice visually appealing image.
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Hot horses
08/20/2006 09:59:39 PM
Hot horses
by snaffles

Comment:
*Critique Club*

The only stopped motion that I can clearly see in the photo is the tail. I don't think that in this photo, the tail would be the most exciting part of the photo. In other words, I don't think that the stopped motion is the main subject here.
I think that this is more of a still life than a stopped motion. Just doesn't seem like much motion involved here. I think this is one reason for lower votes in this challenge.
My eyes are automatically drawn to the almost full horse on the left of the photo. He appears to be looking toward the camera, we have an interesting angle on him, and he's the largest part of the photo. In my opinion, he's the main subject of the photo. That being said, the lighting on that horse is horrible. The only thing making him not a complete silhouette is the small section of light on his nose. Even his eyes are completely darkened in. As someone else suggested, a fill flash might have helped to give the left horse some more detail. A different time of day, or maybe a different day might have helped with the dull sky as well.
I think the 1/2 horse on the right is a distraction, even if he IS suposed to be the main horse, because he is going out of the photo, I feel that he's more of a distraction than anything.
The background looks level, which is something a LOT of people, including myslef, overlook in shots like these. So I give you points on that.
I like the low angle and the fence in the shot. eVen though the bottom rung of the fence goes almost straight through the center of the photo, It hink it works because of the angle of the upper fence rung.
With 3 horses just sitting around, I can't help but think that a shot of one of them prancing, or jogging might have been better suited for the stopped motion challenge.
Not sure if you can set the shutter speed on your cam or not, but definately a quick shutter speed would help to give a stopepd motion look. In my opinion, this shot of Bailyis an excellent stopped motion shot with great lighting. I love that shot.
I wonder what you used the smudge tool on? I cannot see an obvious reason to have used that for this shot.
~Heather~
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