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Life's Beauty in Simple Joy
03/11/2009 08:08:22 AM
Life's Beauty in Simple Joy
by dolphgal

Comment by eschelar:
Oversharpened, blown out and purple fringing.

These are probably all a result of technical limitations, so I'm specifically ignoring those factors and looking at what you got in spite of them.

And what you got was a beautiful moment captured at just the right moment, from just the right angle and enhanced by the natural framing and BG.

9.
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Pure Trouble
06/18/2007 09:26:29 AM
Pure Trouble
by dolphgal

Comment by pamelasue:
edge of the basket is slightly blown out ... nice composition and good catch lights in her eyes ...
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Pure Trouble
06/17/2007 07:55:34 AM
Pure Trouble
by dolphgal

Comment by admart01:
oh my what a model, great idea for the shoot - tells a great story - one of my favorites this challenge
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Furball
04/20/2007 03:03:46 PM
Furball
by dolphgal

Comment by Haneck:
it looks like the white-balance might be off here - There's nothing white in the photo, making it feel almost too dark. An interesting subject though! Good try!
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Furball
04/18/2007 11:20:50 AM
Furball
by dolphgal

Comment by rlinn3:
IMHO the fuz ball should be in focus not the individual threads, the dark vignette dosen't work for me and the frame detracts from the image. Just my opinon.
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Winter Solitude
01/15/2007 09:44:18 PM
Winter Solitude
by dolphgal

Comment by glad2badad:
First, I'm sure you've heard this a dozen times already, but it bears repeating...use the maximum 640 on the long side. You lose impact and details with a smaller size. On the positive end I guess, you get lots of comments. :D As a photo I really like what you've done in post-processing this. Great tonal range for a B/W - you've covered the range completely without blowing it out or losing details in the shadows. The focus on her face has a soft quality to it in a good way. Overall, nicely done. Just show it off a bit more. :) Good luck in the challenge.
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Winter Solitude
01/12/2007 12:24:01 PM
Winter Solitude
by dolphgal

Comment by Greetmir:
Doesn't feel cropped quite right for me ... would like more on the left and less on the right of your subject. Nice tones, though ... 7
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Winter Solitude
01/12/2007 11:07:02 AM
Winter Solitude
by dolphgal

Comment by pamelasue:
why so small? use the size allowance to your advantage to really show detail in your photo ...
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Winter Solitude
01/11/2007 04:57:58 PM
Winter Solitude
by dolphgal

Comment by bassbone:
focus seems a little too soft to me
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Winter Solitude
01/11/2007 11:33:51 AM
Winter Solitude
by dolphgal

Comment by jfwolpert:
just needs to be a bit bigger, nice tones
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