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Rock in its naturally Sitting
Rock in its naturally Sitting
Crafty Sue


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Rock, Paper, Scissors (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Sony DSC-F717
Location: Home
Date: Apr 13, 2005
Aperture: F/2
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/50
Galleries: Urban, Still Life
Date Uploaded: Apr 19, 2005

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Statistics
Place: 243 out of 250
Avg (all users): 3.5287
Avg (commenters): 3.8667
Avg (participants): 3.3947
Avg (non-participants): 3.6462
Views since voting: 669
Views during voting: 324
Votes: 244
Comments: 16
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
04/26/2005 01:21:36 AM
Interesting post work
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04/25/2005 10:02:51 AM
Nothing seems in focus, everything is way too saturated.
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04/25/2005 08:55:29 AM
Looks a little out of focus.
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04/24/2005 09:34:37 PM
good colours but OOF
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04/24/2005 01:39:49 PM
Doesn't look like a rock to me, I think you're trying to pull the wool over my eyes with a chunk of plaster or something.
:-)
04/24/2005 01:24:49 PM
This looks a bit over processed. Just didn't please the eyes. Because of this, the rock looks very odd. THe highlights off of the rock also make it tougher to look at.
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04/24/2005 01:12:19 PM
This is a little out of focus. I don't do much better, but I'm going to keep trying and you should too.
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04/24/2005 02:33:21 AM
Post processing- Over did it. Out of focus. Nice combination of colors.
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04/21/2005 04:01:09 PM
Your picture is out of focus and blown out on some parts of the rock. Switch your camera to 'macro' mode for close-up photographs. Reduce the exposure time or decrease your aperture to make your picture darker, in order to avoid areas of pure white.
I think a lower perspective would have improved this shot, as if a bug or an ant was seeing the stone. 3.
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04/21/2005 09:59:14 AM
Sorry--I would have voted higher, but it looks out of focus.
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04/21/2005 09:00:28 AM
out of focus... plus, I don't like the brightness of the colors, they seem too fake
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04/21/2005 08:32:42 AM
this wouldve probably been a great photo but it looks out of focus
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04/20/2005 04:45:47 PM
Nice composition, but, needs to be sharper.
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04/20/2005 04:32:35 PM
Photo appears to be oversharpened and still not sharp. Colors are too harsh for my eyes. The main subject is overexposed.
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04/20/2005 01:58:33 PM
Out of focus and over saturated.
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04/20/2005 02:22:03 AM
Lighting and focus seem abnormal. Highlights are blown at the top of the rock, leading to painful glare.
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