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Making bubbles ...
Making bubbles ...
kari1


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Challenge: Bubbles (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Panasonic DMC-FZ20
Location: My lounge .. on the coffee table against a wall ..
Date: Sep 20, 2005
Aperture: F8
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/1000
Galleries: Studio
Date Uploaded: Sep 20, 2005

Wine glasses and a cup of tea make wonderful bubbles ...

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Place: 126 out of 240
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Votes: 303
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09/27/2005 05:16:48 AM
does not tell me anything
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09/24/2005 12:16:23 PM
Maybe next time you should try (my thoughts) to get a clear background (black / white / etc) I like the idea though!
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09/22/2005 03:42:01 PM
nice composition, but the background wall is unappealing. Should have either blur it by shallowe dof or replace by something else.
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09/22/2005 12:00:09 AM
Like the complimentary colours of the glasses, liqid and background. Good use of thirds. Excellent stop motion.
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09/21/2005 12:26:08 PM
Nice crop and set-up. The lighting is off balance but overall a nice shot!
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09/21/2005 12:02:23 PM
The idea is good but the execution could be better. I like how you use the element of the wine and the wine glasses but I think this entry could have been much stronger if you had zoomed in on your focus. There is too much background that is distracting the eye from the main focus and that is the bubbles in the wine glass. If you zoomed in on just one wine glass where we just see half of it in the picture you would have the pleasing curve of the glass for the eye to look at and study. The viewer would also see the stream of wine being poured into the glass and the bubbles that result from that action. Also the reds of the wine could be deeper and more rich in hue if you used a black background.
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