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Challenge: Wildlife (Advanced Editing II)
Camera: Canon EOS-10D
Location: Omaha, NE
Date: Oct 3, 2004
Aperture: f/4
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/100
Galleries: Animals
Date Uploaded: Oct 3, 2004

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Statistics
Place: 24 out of 160
Avg (all users): 6.3575
Avg (commenters): 8.2000
Avg (participants): 6.1300
Avg (non-participants): 6.6022
Views since voting: 820
Views during voting: 340
Votes: 193
Comments: 20
Favorites: 1 (view)


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10/17/2004 10:04:21 PM
absolutely loved this one....
put it in my favs about a week ago. it should have done better
 Comments Made During the Challenge
10/10/2004 02:25:24 PM
great pose, well done
10/10/2004 12:25:48 AM
Oh how cute.. Just love this one..
10/09/2004 07:21:39 AM
I really like this composition. It gives a wonderful comparison of size between the squirrel and the tree. This may have worked better in a vertical composition to emphasize that even more. Focus on the squirrel seems just a little bit soft. A little bit more DOF would probably help there. 8
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10/07/2004 10:19:44 PM
excellent compostion!
10/06/2004 08:46:54 PM
Heh. I like this one. Composition is great. And I love how the squirrel really pops out because of its color. 8.
10/06/2004 08:30:58 AM
excellent photo , timed to perfection (hope this wins)
10/05/2004 10:41:31 PM
The little guy is really cute, and he's very well placed in the frame. Unfortunately, there seems to be quite a heavy blue/cyan colour cast in the image.
10/05/2004 07:37:39 PM
why I like? Don't know... but 9 from me.
10/05/2004 06:53:31 PM
Awww how sweet is that! Love it :D
10/05/2004 06:54:32 AM
Lovely visualisation of the picture. Shame about the light on your furry friend. 7 - floyd
10/04/2004 04:01:47 PM
Very nice... specially the yeallow fur contrast on trees :).
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10/04/2004 03:14:58 PM
Lovely composition and wonderful sense of scale provided by inclusion of so much tree. Great use of DOF to leave foreground tree and squirrel in focus and blur background trees - and really like that background is same colour palette as most of foreground rather than green or blue or such. Lovely detail.
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10/04/2004 12:59:27 PM
This would have been a great shot if you could have zoomed in a bit more on the critter and made it more of the focal point of the shot.
10/04/2004 09:14:09 AM
Cute subject. Interesting POV. I think the DOF is good as well. Nice shot.
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10/04/2004 07:38:04 AM
Brilliant
10/04/2004 02:14:08 AM
Typically, wildlife shots at such a distance really lose their impact, but the gray layering of the trees' vertical lines with a curious splash of squirrel (looking rather skittish) has great visual effect. Were the entire foreground tree's bark in focus, the image might seem too flat.

10.
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10/04/2004 01:29:02 AM
This is just so exquisite ... the "negative space" is cleverly used here filling it with the tree trunk. Ten.
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10/04/2004 12:54:11 AM
excellent :)
10/04/2004 12:10:53 AM
This is an awesome capture. Love the mood - feel like I"m right there and have this cute little guy looking at me - love the way you framed it and composed it - wonderful use of rule of thirds. Creates more interest and drama the way you shot it.
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