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The World's Longest Race
The World's Longest Race
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Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Best of 2004 (Advanced Editing III*)
Camera: Canon EOS-300D Rebel
Location: Myrtle Beach, SC
Date: Mar 12, 2004
Aperture: f4
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/783
Galleries: Nature, Animals
Date Uploaded: Jan 14, 2005

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Place: 508 out of 530
Avg (all users): 4.5575
Avg (commenters): 4.8000
Avg (participants): 4.4015
Avg (non-participants): 5.0886
Views since voting: 765
Views during voting: 496
Votes: 348
Comments: 5
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
01/25/2005 02:39:16 PM
boy, you were lucky to get these...they are a LOT FASTER than one would be lead to believe. i hope this isn't getting overlooked in this huge challenge, and that you are getting good feedback. this is always a tough time of day to shoot, especially with the harsh lighting. good luck with this, and all the challenges yet to come!
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01/21/2005 08:39:43 PM
Hehe, really like the title. The image itself unfortunately appears a little haphazard and washed out. I'd like to see this in less intense sunlight, with a bit more contrast and perhaps a little closer in around the turtles, they really are amazing creatures.
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01/21/2005 06:51:52 PM
Interesting, but isn't impactful for me.
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01/19/2005 07:05:14 PM
What a lucky find you have in your subject! I'm sure they didn't pose for long.... It seems the exposure could be better--perhaps burning in on the heads would help? There's a great amount of detail lost in the highlights on the shells, as well. A decent family portrait, it just lacks punch.
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01/16/2005 10:28:57 PM
Cute turtles. The lighting is harsh. The use of a circular polarizer would have cut the glare and the water and probably on the turtles as well.
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