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Clear Cardo
06/07/2007 11:22:04 PM
Clear Cardo
by Temperpolk

Comment by karmat:
good composition and clarity. seems a little flat or dull (not subject-wise); maybe a bit of contrast adjustment, or if you could shoot at a different time of day to give it a bit more drama with shadows, or something
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Clear Cardo
06/07/2007 09:47:22 PM
Clear Cardo
by Temperpolk

Comment by bassbone:
the repeating theme of the lines really works for this image - the background seems to mirror the main subject
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Clear Cardo
06/05/2007 01:59:26 PM
Clear Cardo
by Temperpolk

Comment by Dirt_Diver:
I like the macro but I think your background is too bright. It makes the two blend together and you really shouldn't want that.
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Clear Cardo
06/04/2007 11:06:43 PM
Clear Cardo
by Temperpolk

Comment by abranton:
Nice detail, good job.
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Clear Cardo
06/04/2007 09:48:42 PM
Clear Cardo
by Temperpolk

Comment by BrianR:
Too bland...
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Agueda.jpg
06/04/2007 04:55:50 PM
Agueda.jpg
by Temperpolk

Comment by MrEd:
I'm no expert. But, it could use a little strightening. Try standing a bit further right so you can see further down the alley/street(?) where the person is walking. Otherwise, pretty cool shot.
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Clear Cardo
06/03/2007 05:32:29 PM
Clear Cardo
by Temperpolk

Comment by pamelasue:
a bit bright ... could use a slight boost in contrast also ...
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Hiding from the Sun.JPG
06/03/2007 12:12:04 AM
Hiding from the Sun.JPG
by Temperpolk

Comment by dr rick:
Actually, I'm guessing the excessive noise here comes from lightening the statue, which I imagine was very dark due to the bright backlighting. One way to avoid this is to use a fill-in flash to make the statue light enough to begin with, but that would also change the shadows considerably, and I do like them the way they are here. (And if this is far away, like on a rooftop, the flash probably wouldn't reach.) A more complex alternative is to use a tripod and take multiple exposures, one with the background exposed properly (but the statue too dark) and one with the statue exposed well (but the background burned out), then combine these in Photoshop to get the best of both.
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Yellow Brick Road.JPG
06/02/2007 10:44:55 PM
Yellow Brick Road.JPG
by Temperpolk

Comment by Beetle:
If you have PS, you could use the shadow/highlight tool to bring out some detail in the dark areas under the tree.
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Hiding from the Sun.JPG
06/02/2007 04:29:41 AM
Hiding from the Sun.JPG
by Temperpolk

Comment by taterbug:
I like the halo effect. But yeah, seems kind of noisy. Are you shooting at a high ISO? Although it will help get a fast shutter speed, a high ISO will cause noise the more you amp it up.
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