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chilin at home
chilin at home
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Challenge: Garbage II (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Canon PowerShot Pro1
Location: La Pietra dump
Date: Nov 8, 2005
Aperture: f 3.2
Shutter: 1/100
Galleries: Abstract, Animals
Date Uploaded: Nov 8, 2005

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Statistics
Place: 185 out of 212
Avg (all users): 4.4692
Avg (commenters): 5.3333
Avg (participants): 4.4494
Avg (non-participants): 4.4795
Views since voting: 666
Views during voting: 442
Votes: 260
Comments: 9
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/15/2005 11:35:19 PM
Or maybe more like, "Earning my allowance..." :-) Somewhat overexposed and washed out, how about additional lighting on the subject so you can get a better exposure on the rest.
11/14/2005 03:49:01 PM
Might have been better to compose the shot without the sky, which is overexposed.
11/12/2005 08:33:53 AM
I would have liked to see a little more sky, would balance the colours a bit for me. right now to me there is to much green and neither of the greens is very vibrant, I think the sky may have set the colour of nicely giving the picture more impact.
11/11/2005 08:35:18 PM
Looks over exposed (especially the sky part).
11/10/2005 06:45:19 PM
interesting photo. the sky's a bit overly-bright to my eye, which distracts. love the expression on your subject's face! the person looks so clean for living in the garbage...
11/09/2005 11:36:47 PM
the sky is overexposed, which i think sort of ruins the picture. i don't quite understand the model's expression, either. an interesting picture though.
11/09/2005 05:37:03 PM
Don't know why this makes me chuckle.
11/09/2005 02:30:22 PM
Interesting picture for the challenge. The background is very blown out and detracts from the picture. Changing this to B&W or Sepia might have hidden the blown highligts in the background and made this a stronger picture. When taking pictures where the background is very bright compared to the foreground it is wise to meter on the brightest area and then in processing lighten the shadows to show more detail.
11/09/2005 02:17:41 AM
I've seen this garbage bin before!


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