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Moonset
Moonset
gracee


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Best of 2004 (Advanced Editing III*)
Camera: Canon PowerShot G2
Location: Boundary Waters Canoe Area, Minnesota
Date: Sep 29, 2004
Aperture: F5/6
ISO: 50
Shutter: 1/20
Galleries: Landscape, Water
Date Uploaded: Jan 5, 2005

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Statistics
Place: 163 out of 530
Avg (all users): 5.9849
Avg (commenters): 7.5455
Avg (participants): 5.9416
Avg (non-participants): 6.1351
Views since voting: 739
Views during voting: 493
Votes: 331
Comments: 12
Favorites: 1 (view)


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02/14/2005 10:23:10 PM
I found this to be a stunning shot. And I thought it deserved better treatment by the judges. Then I considered the proposition that the moon is too small to be a feature. In the sky this is not so big a deal. But in the water its proximity ot the rock draws power from the rock - which is otherwise a very powerful focal point of the photo. Then it occurred to me: now that the competition is over, why not try a version with the moon removed. The clone stamp in Photoshop would make this quick work. And you may end up with an even more strikingly beautiful photo. Just a thought - tell me if you do.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
01/26/2005 03:29:02 PM
I love the soft pastels here. The fog further softens the overall image. I wish the water was a bit stiller, so you had a better reflection, but this isn't really bad at all. 8
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01/24/2005 03:15:34 AM
Very pretty scene - that mist is amazing. The focus seems a little off though. 6
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01/23/2005 05:18:42 PM
So beautiful!
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01/23/2005 05:56:07 AM
what a beautiful, peaceful, serene moment you have captured here. i hate saying this, given the title, but i actually think your image would have been stronger had you cloned out the moon. i don't know why, but the moon just doesn't photograph that well, at least not with a wider angle. but here, you have such wonderful colors and have captured such a mood, the little dot of the moon is more a distraction than a strong subject or enhancement to the image. well, that's just my opinion, and you should in no way let it take away from how you feel about your image. it is wonderful, and i hope you do well with it!
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01/21/2005 02:36:05 PM
Very nice
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01/18/2005 03:05:46 AM
Amazingly beautiful scene. Love that smoky fog obscuring the moonset. A 9 from me.
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01/17/2005 08:01:01 PM
Hmmm...this setting looks very familiar. :^) Nice capture.
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01/16/2005 11:46:37 PM
This is a wonderful photograph. A few minutes earlier or later and you might have lost the magic
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01/16/2005 08:51:09 PM
Nice capture of the early evening fog. Horizon seems titled which I would have straightened. Focus seems a little soft as well. I'm a sucker for B&W and this might have appealed more to me if it was.
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01/16/2005 03:11:11 PM
Very nice! I've always been concerned that my moons never look big enough. Here, you show that it doesn't have to look big to be an effective element in a photo. 8
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01/16/2005 09:28:33 AM
Gorgeous color, nice shot, with an endearing sunrise feel.
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