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Yellow circles
07/06/2005 06:12:16 AM
Yellow circles
by Jbchess1

Comment by Shaman:
great concept - too bad the flower is a bit off it's peak. 6
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Queen captures pawn, Checkmate!
07/03/2005 05:31:59 PM
Queen captures pawn, Checkmate!
by Jbchess1

Comment by graphicfunk:
A very pushy Queen. lol. Nice colors.
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Queen captures pawn, Checkmate!
07/02/2005 11:25:07 PM
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Queen captures pawn, Checkmate!
07/01/2005 05:54:59 PM
Queen captures pawn, Checkmate!
by Jbchess1

Comment by Mr_Pants:
Great idea, but I feel that the two pieces nearest the camera, being out of focus, spoil the image somewhat.
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Queen captures pawn, Checkmate!
06/29/2005 03:54:18 PM
Queen captures pawn, Checkmate!
by Jbchess1

Comment by HawesPhotoKC:
Good attempt, maybe a little more work on color and focus.
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Queen captures pawn, Checkmate!
06/28/2005 08:10:10 PM
Queen captures pawn, Checkmate!
by Jbchess1

Comment by Artifacts:
Leading lines or curves generally have two purposes. One is to lead the viewer into the scene. The other is to lead you toward the main subject. It is most effective if they come in from the lower left because that is the natural direction humans visually scan a picture from so are easiest to pick up.

Nice way you have used leading lines to direct attention to the queen checkmating the King. Would have been cool to put a pawn or something there to show the queen actually moved down that alley to checkmate the King. This way the queen could not have come down that diagonal.
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Queen captures pawn, Checkmate!
06/28/2005 01:33:40 AM
Queen captures pawn, Checkmate!
by Jbchess1

Comment by taterbug:
This is a great concept. I really like your idea here. The board, and alley formed by the pieces do make great leading lines. Lighting is not bad, but maybe just a tad brighter would strengthen the presentation a little, maybe even just a slight boost in editing. Also I'm thinking, the image doesn't really seem too busy, but maybe with just a few less pieces, it might make a little bit cleaner, more concise, bolder composition.
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Melting Gold
06/27/2005 06:50:11 PM
Melting Gold
by Jbchess1

Comment by buzzmom:
intense!!
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Melting Gold
06/24/2005 12:05:37 PM
Melting Gold
by Jbchess1

Comment by tate:
I gave this image a 9 because I'm guessing that people don't like the fact that the subject is it cannot be identified ... i cannot ID it anyway - and I'm in a weird mood.
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Melting Gold
06/22/2005 11:23:45 PM
Melting Gold
by Jbchess1

Comment by smilebig4me1x:
my goal is to comment on every photo in this challenge..heres urs..good luck. i love how this seems to glow...great effect
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