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Summer's Farewell: California
10/18/2005 11:54:31 AM
Summer's Farewell: California
by mycelium

Comment:
I love the color, but not so crazy about the composition. Overall, a nice entry though
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Lily and Three Pads (10x8)
09/12/2005 11:43:47 AM
Lily and Three Pads (10x8)
by banmorn

Comment:
very cool processing rob.
IMG_5142.jpg
09/08/2005 01:14:47 PM
IMG_5142.jpg
by ourwebstop

Comment:
"I was fooling with the polarizing filter, and it completely eliminated the reflection off the water"

Its been my experience that using a polarizer and facing directly at the light source will have too much darkening effect on part of your picture, when adjusting for the bright light. Unfortunately I have not found a good way to balance that out with photoshop yet, but what you have here does not ruin the photo. If I were to have taken this shot with the polarizer, I may have pointed the camera up higher to capture more sky and less water. Good job though, it looks really nice.
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IMG_5159.jpg
09/08/2005 01:09:44 PM
IMG_5159.jpg
by ourwebstop

Comment:
nice capture. If this were mine, I would crop off the top, so that the right corner is less distracting, but thats just my taste. Its a nice photo regardless.
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Open Country
08/26/2005 11:56:33 AM
Open Country
by Tranquil

Comment:
I'm adding this to my favorites because its damn good.
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Jetty and Flats, Provincetown
08/25/2005 02:13:43 PM
Jetty and Flats, Provincetown
by Bear_Music

Comment:
This might be my favorite bear_music shot. incredible.
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Summer Milky Way
08/25/2005 11:52:52 AM
Summer Milky Way
by strangeghost

Comment:
absolutely amazing. I checked out the link as well. Superb work.
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Between Bright and Dark
08/20/2005 12:08:53 PM
Between Bright and Dark
by tonyv

Comment:
Ahh, the beauty of difference in opinion.(per other comments) Sure a horizontal landscape shot would look great, but I'm a fan of stunning landscape photos with a big sky. In this case, the sky is intetesting so it works. Personally, if I were to shoot something similar to this, if there were different kinds of clouds in the frame, and the sky had some action going on, I'd go with the vertical shot (like yours), thus capturing the atmospherical action.

If I had any suggestions to improve, I'd say a tad adjustment to the contrast in the sky, but not so much as to peak any highlights. Great shot though. Good job.

Message edited by author 2005-08-20 12:09:49.
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Trist Falls
08/09/2005 12:49:58 PM
Trist Falls
by JeremyFleury

Comment:
I agree with cpanaioti. Tilt the horizon so it is straight. Since cloning out the weeds would be an easy fix, and would greatly improve the image, I say go for that as well.
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Dreams
08/09/2005 12:43:19 PM
Dreams
by cpanaioti

Comment:
The depth of field is good, and the color is nice. I'm not entirely crazy about the sharpness of the main poppy. I think it would look nicer if it weren't a soft focus and was sharper. Also, It might have been nicer had you been slightly above the poppy instead of horizontal with it. It seems like the pedal is hiding the more interesting parts of it.
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