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Coconut Shadows
Coconut Shadows
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Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Shadows (Classic Editing)
Camera: Konica KD-200Z
Location: Rockville
Date: Jun 16, 2002
Aperture: 2.8
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/91
Date Uploaded: Jun 16, 2002

Danny and Bethy with Coconut.

Statistics
Place: 133 out of 138
Avg (all users): 3.0000
Avg (commenters): 2.5789
Avg (participants): 3.0099
Avg (non-participants): 2.9913
Views since voting: 1006
Votes: 216
Comments: 21
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06/24/2002 10:02:00 AM
If you're wondering... Coconut is the dog.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
06/23/2002 06:07:00 PM
Snapshot? Aside from that, the shadows aren't the mains ubject of the photo...
06/22/2002 12:29:00 AM
To me if the challenge is Shadows then a SHADOW is the first thing you should notice. The first thing I see here is overexposed highligts. Nice picture of a couple and their dog, not a good picture for this challenge. Score 2 ------------ Corey
06/20/2002 08:40:00 PM
Good snapshot... :(
06/20/2002 05:16:00 PM
Basically a blurry snapshot.
06/19/2002 05:45:00 PM
(Is the dog coconut?) Most skin tones over exposed, except the really tan face and arms. I know that's a girl and she must have a face, but couldn't prove it with this photo. Please explain the title after the contest. Photo 5 Creativity 5 Shadows 6 total 5
06/19/2002 03:57:00 PM
The guy on the left looks almost exactly like one of my former students. (Nothing to do with the picture, just an observation.) There seems to be almost too much in the background, but I'm not sure what you could have done without cutting out the shadows. Maybe a picture of just the dog?
06/19/2002 12:08:00 PM
I don't really understand why you submitted this. I can't find anything good to say about it; except, well, nice lawn.
06/19/2002 11:27:00 AM
I don't get the story, the title and the photo do not connect. As for the photo, the girl's face and arm appear totaly washed out, if your camera can adjust you might try a EV of -1 or even -2.
06/18/2002 04:58:00 PM
I would have liked to see this from a different angle, so you could get a tighter crop on your subjects. As it is it looks like a picture WITH shadows, not a picture OF shadows. Oh, and tell Dan and Bethy I said hi. ;-)
06/18/2002 02:11:00 PM
You're gonna hear this enough I'm sure, but the file size is way below the limit and it shows. The compression is too strong for this picture. It takes away a lot from the detail in the people, and the girl's face may be overexposed.
06/18/2002 11:43:00 AM
Ok at least you captured some shadows. You need to do something to make this photo more interesting. For one, get closer to your subject. The face of the girl is totally washed out. There is too much distracting background.
06/18/2002 01:37:00 AM
A guy, a girl, and a dog. What is the subject here? One technical suggestion, you might try using some unsharp mask on the final photo to give it more of a crisp in focus look.
06/18/2002 01:18:00 AM
?
06/17/2002 06:45:00 PM
I don't see any coconuts!?
06/17/2002 06:26:00 PM
Focus.
06/17/2002 06:01:00 PM
Steve, your outtakes really do give away your contest submission - this is supposed to be anonymous! As for the shot, I think it's much more about the people and the dog rather than the shadows, even though there are shadows in the photo. The girls face looks a little washed out, so do the guy's legs.
06/17/2002 03:40:00 PM
I see the shadows in this photo, yet they are not adding anything interesting or special to the overall impact of the image... With 'shadows' being the subject of this challenge, I feel that the shadows should be playing some definite role in the image...
06/17/2002 02:28:00 PM
Cute dog!
06/17/2002 01:15:00 PM
Exposure could be better.
06/17/2002 03:35:00 AM
not very big coconuts on your girlfriend


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