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Infinite Symmetry
05/06/2007 10:57:47 PM
Infinite Symmetry
by imagesbytlp

Comment:
awesome use of DOF
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Pi equals...
05/06/2007 10:57:38 PM
Pi equals...
by sekarmalathy

Comment:
hehe... nice light painting
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An Irrational Fortune
05/06/2007 10:57:28 PM
An Irrational Fortune
by m_sarzynski

Comment:
nice lighting, nice concept. good sold shot
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Almost Done
05/06/2007 10:57:11 PM
Almost Done
by cian_m_hayes

Comment:
lol, nice :P clever
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A floating point equation?
05/06/2007 10:56:02 PM
A floating point equation?
by graphicfunk

Comment:
would have preferred a less jagged edge, and a more well lit hand.
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Buzz
04/26/2007 10:43:16 AM
Buzz
by jenlund70

Comment:
Critique Club

Composition
I think that the picture is a little bit too loosely framed, and that a tighter crop would have helped, but since this is minimal editing, you need a bit more zooming in (or a proper macro lens). The challenge is "insects", and tighter framing would have made the insect stand out more. On the upside though, the background is quite funky.

Lighting
Like you said in your description, it definately is underexposed, and i'd say you lost a good amount of votes because of this. In the future, if your ever worried about exposure, shoot a few shots, above and under what you think is right.

Technicals
The image is a little bit soft, and I'd say that using f/22 didn't help you with that. I'm guessing you used f/22 to maximise depth of field. However after about f/16, a lens loses a LOT of sharpness due to a think called diffraction. Try to use an aperture smaller than f/16 when possible, even for landscapes. use this website to work out what aperture you can use //www.dofmaster.com/dofjs.html

Subject
Theres definately an insect, so i guess i can't complain, but a bit more focus on it would have helped

Overall
I know i've given you a lot of negative comments, but I'm trying to give you some real feedback so you can learn, and improve for the next shot :) ... On the upside, I can see you were trying to use the rule of thirds, and that has DEFINATELY helped this picture. Look forward to seeing more of your work :)
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Chain strain
04/13/2007 09:37:13 AM
Chain strain
by jblaylockrayner

Comment:
i think this is one instance where wide angle didn't help... can't see expression on her face properly
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The Abolition of Self
04/13/2007 09:36:34 AM
The Abolition of Self
by Cutter

Comment:
great expression, though i would have put a little bit more light into the pic
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Crane Chain for longevity
04/13/2007 09:36:07 AM
Crane Chain for longevity
by Tlemetry

Comment:
finally, something that's not at an actual chain. thank you
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Sandman
04/13/2007 09:35:43 AM
Sandman
by Lonz

Comment:
in one word - scary
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