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11/18/2002 11:46:28 AM · #1
Like a lot of people, I waffled back and forth on which photo to submit for the macro challenge.

Here is the one I submitted: Negativity Sucks! - (Option 2)

And here is the one that almost submitted: Negativity Sucks! - (Option 1)

So the question is this... which one would you have rated higher, and why?

Thanks for your help in making me a better photographer.
-crabappl3
11/18/2002 12:09:03 PM · #2
I really liked the one you submitted. The black and the metallic look is what makes me like it the most. I would have rated the original at least 2 points lower. I just like the colours alot better in the submission.
11/19/2002 03:52:17 AM · #3
I think you submitted the better of the two pictures.
11/19/2002 08:53:50 AM · #4
Danny, there is something strange about the photo. To me the inverted photo looks like the normal one and the normal photo (the one with black background) looks
like it was inverted! Very strange ;-) I like the one you submitted more, because of its futuristic look.
11/19/2002 09:46:24 AM · #5
Yup, I'd have to agree. The 'inverted' image which you posted is the better of the two. (It just seems more natural for some reason.)
11/19/2002 10:40:37 AM · #6
Thanks for all the comments. I would guess that it's more natural looking because the object they are sitting on in the inverted one is black. We tend to see this as more 'normal'.

Thanks again,
-danny

Originally posted by seasick:
Yup, I'd have to agree. The 'inverted' image which you posted is the better of the two. (It just seems more natural for some reason.)

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