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Why my couch is white! ....(and my clothes, carseat covers,...)
Why my couch is white! ....(and my clothes, carseat covers,...)
beaflies


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Light On White (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Canon PowerShot Pro1
Location: Home
Date: Mar 1, 2005
Date Uploaded: Mar 1, 2005

My first submission. Not the best photo I've taken, but fits the challenge!

Statistics
Place: 357 out of 431
Avg (all users): 4.2929
Avg (commenters): 4.5556
Avg (participants): 4.1890
Avg (non-participants): 4.3908
Views since voting: 626
Views during voting: 479
Votes: 338
Comments: 12
Favorites: 1 (view)


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12/06/2006 05:11:42 AM
I cant believe this is in the 4s or even low 5s. I kinda like it. yes it is blown and a bit grainy. but I love the angle and his pose.

Message edited by author 2006-12-06 05:12:06.
03/10/2005 11:47:45 AM
Thank you for your comments. When I submitted, I knew it was kinda blown out, but hoped it would be seen more as a whole lot of rim light. Im not sure where the line is. Anyways I just liked the pose and expression so much. Jazmine has had the camera pointed at her so much, she gets a little annoyed. I'll have to try again with better lighting when she is feeling cooperative. She crosses her legs like this naturally and often on command. "Sit pretty, Jaz!"
-Bea
ps, thanks for the encouragement, bod!
03/09/2005 01:15:54 PM
I'm so confused as to why this scored so badly! A beautiful portrait you should be proud of. Good luck in future challenges : )
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/07/2005 09:21:01 PM
Hey I know that feeling - good capture - I like how he (she?) has his legs crossed
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03/07/2005 05:56:19 PM
Looks like the back lighting has caused some lens flare, which has affected the contrast around the dog's face.
03/04/2005 05:02:32 PM
I really like your photo and can appreciate how hard it can be to keep a dog poised. The problem is the top of the dogs head and neck is to over exposed.
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03/03/2005 05:47:40 PM
nice but the light is almost too much for this.
03/03/2005 01:12:22 AM
cute dog. light coming from above the couch is a bit problematic... might hvae waited until a different time of day to take the shot
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03/02/2005 09:54:33 PM
I guess I am in trouble. My big boy Ruger the German Wirehair has dark brown, white, and liver fur. Guess I need variegated earth tone everything!
03/02/2005 02:24:18 PM
Ha, great title! I've got to say, I'm doing it all wrong with ivory carpeting and three black cats (my himalayan is the only one that leaves an invisible layer of fur on it all!). Of course, if I wore clothes to match my cat's average fur color, I'd look sorta goth. Anyway, cute shot. I love the eyes and the light creating a silver lining around the egdes of his (her?) frame. The crossed paws give a very obedient, loyal effect.
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03/02/2005 12:51:45 AM
Kinda blowed out the dog.
03/02/2005 12:07:23 AM
Cute dog. My only real comment is I don't care for the amount of light coming in on his/her head.
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