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...cutting it right...
...cutting it right...
miss parker

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Challenge: Right Angles (Classic Editing)
Camera: Sony DSC-F717
Location: Vienna
Date: Aug 5, 2003
Aperture: 2.0625
ISO: 100
Shutter: 0.002
Date Uploaded: Aug 5, 2003


Place: 42 out of 250
Avg (all users): 5.8174
Avg (commenters): 7.0000
Avg (participants): 5.7967
Avg (non-participants): 5.8390
Views since voting: 798
Votes: 241
Comments: 22
Favorites: 0

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
08/12/2003 06:21:11 PM
Mmmm, looks good enough to eat.
08/12/2003 03:26:30 PM
Very clever & very deep colour!! I like this one!
08/12/2003 11:08:21 AM
Behold, the power of cheese =) Nice picture!
08/11/2003 05:41:38 AM
I think this piece would have been nicer in b&w. You have some really nice shadows that would do well in this picture. It a little bright. Playing with the contrast and brightness levels should improve the photo.
08/10/2003 06:20:30 PM
Do some people really do this to their cheese? Maybe for culinary shows? Ok, queer concepts aside, nice colors and focus. The lighting seems off as there is glare on the cheese in the foreground and the knife seems too dark.
08/10/2003 01:39:20 PM
Great shot. Would have been even better without the knife's shadow on the left hand side
08/10/2003 10:52:03 AM
LOL. Clever and well composed. Lighting is especially good.
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08/09/2003 11:57:29 PM
Wow, how much did the cheese set you back? Nice cutting board for this shot great angle on the plastic, like the shadows. I like the reflection on the knife and it made me think how cool it might have been if you had been able to use a wide cleaver for the the cutting and get more reflection. Nice as it is. BTW love cheese.
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08/09/2003 11:12:11 PM
Good focus and I like the colors, but find them to be a bit too saturated and yellow (could it be from using an incandescent bulb and not changing the white balance accordingly? Also, I find the lighting too harsh. Composition is a bit too centered too.
08/09/2003 02:31:27 AM
Heesh.....I had to think about this one for a second or two...
08/08/2003 10:23:35 PM
I like the title and the idea. The lighting has a bit of an orangish tungsten feel to it. With different lighting and a little sharper focus all around I'd have scored this a bit higher.
08/08/2003 06:02:03 PM
This is perfect for the challenge, and is photographically perfect. 8
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08/07/2003 01:01:20 PM
wonderful composition and lighting. Good colors and tones.
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08/07/2003 12:16:21 PM
i didn't know there was a science in the right way of cutting cheese! hehe.
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08/07/2003 09:30:07 AM
Good idea, nice shot. 7
08/07/2003 03:11:21 AM
Meets the challenge, good composition, sharp focus, a bit of fill-in light from the left would have prevented harsh shadows
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08/07/2003 01:31:06 AM
Nice pun. Nice looking cheese. Your entry is a cheesy pun.
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08/06/2003 11:16:50 PM
Great idea, very creative. Great lighting and composition also. 8.
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08/06/2003 07:49:17 PM
Very creative comoposition!
08/06/2003 08:12:46 AM
He he funny! The lighting is exceptional here - 9.
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08/06/2003 06:59:27 AM
08/06/2003 02:00:37 AM
behold the power of cheese.

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