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Roasted
Roasted
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Challenge: Before and After (Classic Editing)
Camera: Sony DSC-S70
Location: home
Date: Feb 2, 2003
Galleries: Abstract, Macro
Date Uploaded: Feb 2, 2003

I took this in my cameras macro settings with a 100 watt light on top and a defused 500 watt in front about 3 feet away. I put the peppers on a white poster board.

Statistics
Place: 8 out of 64
Avg (all users): 6.5152
Avg (commenters): 6.7273
Avg (participants): 6.2600
Avg (non-participants): 6.7755
Views since voting: 1572
Votes: 99
Comments: 14
Favorites: 2 (view)


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02/14/2003 05:25:06 AM
Greetings from the Critique Club
Congratulations on a lovely, vibrant image! For me this image definitely has the wow! factor, It is a perfect before and after illustration and it jumps out of the screen and says look at me!
I like th juxtapositon of the two peppers and the contrast with the white board.
If I was to nitpick I would say the lighing is a bit bright and the focus a little soft in parts. But I personally wouldn't change a thing in this image.

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02/10/2003 10:24:53 AM
Thanks Bob and others who commented on my photo.
02/10/2003 12:59:27 AM
Double 6's this week !!!! Way to go !!!

Bob
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
02/08/2003 12:20:26 PM
Nice idea. I think the lighting is a bit harsh. The colours are really bright and bold, but the shiny spots and dark shadow make them seem a bit overpowering.
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02/07/2003 03:27:08 PM
challenge met. mmmmm ... roasted peppers. yummy! i like how the two peppers seem to support each other and are relatively similar in shape. the colors are nice and bright, yet relatively simple, red, green, black and white. your frame rounds things off well. two suggestions for change: reduce the glare on the peppers by holding a thin sheet of paper between the light source and the peppers. use the full size available (640px in the long side), especially when using a frame. your photo would have more impact when it filled more of the screen. still, i like this a lot. :)

Message edited by author 2003-02-10 12:17:53.
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02/07/2003 12:08:43 AM
One of my favorites this week, the colors are great and the background so nice and white. Focus is excellent. I only wish that I could see a little more of the sides of the pepers, maybe just a little bit lower angle. Super shot.
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02/06/2003 10:46:23 AM
Awesome colors and nice even lighting. I have a hard time with pics of 2 items...can't seem to like the composition...could be a personal thing though. Lisa
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02/04/2003 07:15:55 PM
I like this very much. I just roasted some today and ate them for lunch.
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02/03/2003 09:53:07 PM
Good colour. Edges on pepper look a bit fuzzy/soft. Almost scary prospect. Meets Challenge.
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02/03/2003 08:55:30 PM
Gorgeous colours. Looks like your oversharpened a little bit ... might just be JPEG compression. Nice them. I think the border complements the shot nicely. Jacko.
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02/03/2003 01:04:57 PM
Yum.
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02/03/2003 05:30:39 AM
Great red color. very vibrant. unusual pose with its counterpart. - Inspzil
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02/03/2003 04:09:50 AM
very nice....
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02/03/2003 01:12:50 AM
great color!
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