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Challenge: Rock, Paper, Scissors (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Canon EOS-300D Rebel
Location: Glenwood City
Date: Apr 19, 2005
Aperture: f/4.0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/160th
Galleries: Landscape
Date Uploaded: Apr 19, 2005

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Place: 105 out of 250
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
04/26/2005 10:15:23 AM
Very good colours, looks a bit like a fish head.
04/26/2005 10:02:48 AM
This image is kind of dark..but it is a nice image. Nice way to bring ou thte rock, i like the angle you caught it at, with catching some of the backgrouind as well.
04/26/2005 03:47:11 AM
nice detail in the rock its a shame its not more central
04/25/2005 10:20:13 PM
I love the lighting in this photo. Good work.
04/24/2005 11:33:07 PM
I love the sky and the rock. The only thing I think might have been stronger would be to light only the rock and not the ground in front.
04/24/2005 06:04:58 PM
well, the color in this shot is great. If this is not the on camera flash I suggest you take the flash off your camera and place it a few feet to your left to give a more even and natural look to the lighting of the foreground. Also I may like to see more sky and less grass here.
04/23/2005 08:28:57 PM
Did you try cropping this just above the yellow part of the rock (keeping the top half of the picture)? I kinda like that, you have a pretty sky to work with. As it is, the flash that illuminates half the picture is a bit off-putting.
04/21/2005 09:53:26 AM
nice lighting, color and detail
04/21/2005 08:53:04 AM
there's something not working in the lighting... too much light on the foreground and too litlle in the background... I'm not an expert, but maybe a soft lighting on the foreground (like a candle) and a long exposure may have done better
04/20/2005 03:33:20 PM
VERY nice!!!!!
04/20/2005 12:59:43 AM
great, but i don't know about the brightness of the rock and the area around it. 7


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