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Where Have All The Pictures Gone
Where Have All The Pictures Gone
jerryc12


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Empty Room (Advanced Editing IV)
Camera: Nikon D70s
Location: My Home
Date: May 29, 2006
Aperture: 29
ISO: 1600
Shutter: 1/3 second
Galleries: Interior, Emotive
Date Uploaded: May 29, 2006

Model : NIKON D70s
Software : Adobe Photoshop CS2 Windows
DateTime : 2006:05:29 17:13:18
ExposureTime : 1/3Sec
FNumber : F29.0
ExposureProgram : Aperture Priority
ISOSpeedRatings : 1600
ExifImageWidth : 512
ExifImageHeight : 640
WhiteBalance : Auto
DigitalZoomRatio : 1/1
FocalLength(35mm) : 90(mm)

Statistics
Place: 101 out of 114
Avg (all users): 4.6532
Avg (commenters): 4.3077
Avg (participants): 4.4189
Avg (non-participants): 4.7529
Views since voting: 721
Views during voting: 395
Votes: 248
Comments: 18
Favorites: 0


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AuthorThread
06/12/2006 04:06:55 AM
Hey there from the Critique Club

First of all, welcome to DPC. I'm always glad to offer critiques and opinions, especially when it's a first entry. Again, welcome.

Camera Work/Technical: One of the biggest voter peeves is image size. Looking through, I see that no one mentioned it, but always try to use the full size parameters that DPC allows. Other than that, there does seem to be a focus issue. It could also be the grain of ISO 1600, but voters like crisp focus and vivid colors.

Lighting: Your lighting is a strength. There are no overexposed areas, and your shadows work well to contrast your subject nicely.

Composition/Content: Your use of empty space also adds strength to the image. You captured very nice detail on the hanger and the wall.

My Opinion: I do get a feeling of emptiness, but I think it could have been amplified by including a bit more of the empty wall. Don't be discouraged, amandalore is right. Voters are sometime hard to figure out. Keep shooting and keep entering. That's the nest way to figure them out.

Eric
06/12/2006 12:32:04 AM
Wow, I gave this a 7. it made me think empty room immediately. dpc voters are weird that way though. good luck in other challenges... the only thing I would have suggested is a little bit sharper and better focus and maybe more wall around the hook would've made people think empty room a bit more
 Comments Made During the Challenge
06/11/2006 10:53:11 PM
Original, but more macro and wall than room ,to me.
06/10/2006 04:43:55 PM
I like this. It symbolizes the empty room very nicely!
06/09/2006 07:48:28 AM
I like the idea....well done.
06/08/2006 09:29:06 AM
Where is the empty room?
06/06/2006 09:19:48 PM
I do not feel the emptiness of the room because such a small part of it is shown.
06/06/2006 08:19:49 PM
Just a bit too much of a close up and not enough the to hold my attention.
06/06/2006 07:54:15 PM
I don't see an empty room here.
06/06/2006 06:45:19 AM
interesting closeup, but no sense of empty room
06/06/2006 06:00:24 AM
:-|
06/05/2006 11:16:00 PM
I don't get a sense of an empty room. this is more of a close up if anything.
06/05/2006 09:48:49 PM
I like the idea, but seeing a little more of an empty room would really help to score this image higher. 6 from me and good luck.
06/05/2006 11:18:21 AM
Wow, widow for a year,great book!
06/05/2006 06:27:50 AM
Really small picture, lacking impact.
06/05/2006 02:45:44 AM
good idea
06/05/2006 02:07:25 AM
cool idea the hook has a major impact 6
06/05/2006 01:21:19 AM
What a great HOOK for a DJ to keep listeners throughout the commercial break. ;)


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