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Banana
Banana
Nitin


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Challenge: Stock Photography II (Advanced Editing IV)
Camera: Canon EOS-300D Rebel
Lens: Canon EF 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 II
Location: home
Date: Mar 19, 2005
Aperture: f/7.1
ISO: 800
Shutter: 1/60
Galleries: Still Life, Food and Drink
Date Uploaded: Mar 20, 2005

Crop
Channel Mixer
Curves
Channel Mixer
Burning
Slight cloning on banana

Post challenge:
Yuck, missed setting the black point correctly. Background didnt appear bad on my monitor.


Statistics
Place: 221 out of 258
Avg (all users): 4.8848
Avg (commenters): 5.3000
Avg (participants): 4.7656
Avg (non-participants): 5.0562
Views since voting: 729
Views during voting: 291
Votes: 217
Comments: 13
Favorites: 0


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04/26/2005 07:24:32 PM
For this photo being with the bananas facing towards viewer, I think should have more macro or detail as to get closer ... Though there is a dof here, and the black background is ok with the light a little more tilt on them bananas would make a difference and we could see some more black specs ( the bruises in the fruit) ... It is a wonderfull shot for still life and I enjoyed studying it.. Check out some of my baby bananas I have sometime..
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/27/2005 11:36:23 PM
not sure if it is my monitor or yous, but I can see a lot of editing marks where you did some editing to remove some dust or unwanted artifacs in the image., mostly in the black areas
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03/24/2005 06:22:19 PM
Nicely taken, but it seems to me that for stock purposes your bananas should be perfect.
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03/23/2005 02:07:13 PM
Hi. My only concern on this photo is that there was some obvious PS work or something on the black background.
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03/23/2005 12:06:36 AM
Something not quite right with background. Bananna's don't seem to have enough impact? Photo looks flat.
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03/22/2005 02:20:16 PM
The top banana seems a little blown out.
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03/21/2005 06:56:07 PM
Onr of the best examples of the theme. A light background would've made this a sellable photo.
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03/21/2005 06:36:02 PM
I like the simple composition and the compelling color palette. I'm finding the cloning tool marks left by the clean-up around the bananas distracting (If you're using a Wintel monitor its possible the marks just to the left of the bananas blend invisibly into the background.)
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03/21/2005 02:50:29 PM
bananas are blown out on the top part mainly because of direct light onto them. the background has details which is not good.. i think you wanted to put a black background, but ended up with this.... selling this as a stock won't get you good results
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03/21/2005 09:18:30 AM
Nice idea...if the bananas hadn't been bruised up I would have scored higher 5
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03/21/2005 08:20:21 AM
A soft light at the right side of the bananas could improve this shot and give more dimension to the fruit.
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03/21/2005 12:48:42 AM
harsh lighting...could use better focus too
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03/21/2005 12:48:38 AM
I would have chosen a lighter background and prettier bananas
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