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Day at the Lake
07/07/2008 01:23:39 AM
Day at the Lake
by digifotojo

Comment:
The lighting is dead. Either get a shot in the evening, or up the white balance to a warmer tone (it won't be the same as glorious sunset light, but it'll be better)
Ferrari Red
07/07/2008 01:22:48 AM
Ferrari Red
by Matthew

Comment:
The tilt is distracting. You can correct it by going to your eyedropper tool in PS, clicking on the dragdown menu, and selecting the measure tool. Drag it from one end of your crooked horizon to the other, then go to image-->rotate--->arbitrary. You'll have to do some croping, but you're horizon will be fixed!
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Scarlet Rose, Your Lips
07/07/2008 01:21:22 AM
Scarlet Rose, Your Lips
by fotofan

Comment:
Thank you for a portrait that uses a point of color OTHER than the eyes
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Hot Pixel
07/07/2008 01:20:48 AM
Hot Pixel
by togtog

Comment:
gah! many hot pixils! a photographers NIGHTMARE!
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Burst of Color
07/07/2008 01:20:22 AM
Burst of Color
by JamesKW

Comment:
Nice capture. The sharpness is great on the blue explosion.
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The Yellow Eye
07/07/2008 01:19:52 AM
The Yellow Eye
by tpbremer

Comment:
The background is what does this image in. A nice, green backdrop of trees (still out of the DoF) would be much more pleasant, and would highlight the color of his eye. I'd be saying 'look at the pretty green, and OH! yellow eye!' instead of 'that water looks dull'.

Just a thought.
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Celebration at the Arch
07/07/2008 01:17:01 AM
Celebration at the Arch
by trevytrev

Comment:
I love the reflections of color along the surface of the arch.
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Love of the Vine
07/07/2008 01:16:38 AM
Love of the Vine
by mischiefsgirl

Comment:
I'm guessing you used a flash, because the light is harsh and facing your camera. A good way to correct this is to use a diffusion filter over the flash, which provides a burst of light without the 'beam' that causes a blowout of your highlights. You can pay money for one, OR you can pick up a sample book of filters for FREE that literally has thousands of filters with descriptions of their use. Simply cut them out, and use them! You can even get an attachment that snaps onto your lens and lets you swap em out. You have to pay 5 bucks for that, but it's so worth it.
Beautiful Blue Eyes
07/07/2008 01:13:28 AM
Beautiful Blue Eyes
by ScooterMcNutty

Comment:
They are, but the shot lacks impact.
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Lawnchair Fishin
07/07/2008 01:12:44 AM
Lawnchair Fishin
by riversong

Comment:
The light is too harsh on the boat. With a polarizing filter, a lower exposure, and some tweaking of the levels, it would really stand out as a point of color.
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