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The One Lime
The One Lime
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Challenge: High Contrast II (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Canon PowerShot A430
Location: home
Date: Sep 29, 2006
Aperture: 1/15
ISO: auto
Shutter: F/2,8
Galleries: Food and Drink
Date Uploaded: Sep 30, 2006

Made on my desk between two mousepads.

PP consists of: resize of original jpg, hue and saturation.

The title was inspired by a LOTR parody from newgrounds.com called "The one ring to rule them all".

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10/17/2006 01:42:17 PM
Greetings from the Critique Club

Ah, the Great Green Globe is coming; better watch out!

Welcome to DPC. I see this is just your 2nd Challenge entry, and I suppose the good news is that you can only go "up" from here! I like your imagination and original thought; the technicals will improve with time and practice.

Yes, your green orb could be a bit more in focus. You might try bracketing your shots. You started with 2.8, if your camera supports it (and I think it does) try some of the other f numbers, 4, 4.5, 5.6...Also set your ISO number yourself. Try it at 100, 200, etc. See what the result looks like. You'll soon have some yardsticks to use for closeup settings.

Again, on long exposures, if you don't yet have a tripod, set your camera on something sturdy, like a book or stack of books, rather than hand-hold it.

You probably know all this. If so, this is just a handy review.

I'm pleased to note that you received a comment from one of our best photographers: e301. If you have the time, you might take the opportunity to study his portfolio and comments to other people as well. He's a great teacher.

I wish you well in your adventures at DPC. And will look forward to seeing more of your work.

SFAlice
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
10/10/2006 05:34:50 PM
Good contrast. More detail and a larger picture would be better.
10/10/2006 04:11:02 PM
well, since there's only one. . .it better be in focus!
10/10/2006 03:36:25 PM
could have used more DOF. having the entire lime surface in focus so we could see the texture would have been very nice.
10/10/2006 02:12:05 PM
The lime is out of focus thus it lacks detail. And detail is a must when you do shots based on simplicity like this. I like your idea, better luck next time!
10/08/2006 05:04:37 PM
You see, I can understand the direction, but I can't see this as high-contrast photography. Sure, there's a big black background, but the tonal range of your actual subject is very limited indeed, is it not? You've also gained white line in your editing (I presume), and only used 1/3 of the availble file size, and two-thirds of the available width. the images here are small enough already. there's a tutorial about re-sizing images for the challenges ... might I suggest that to you, with all respect?
  Photographer found comment helpful.
10/04/2006 07:59:12 PM
Nice crisp outline...but a little fuzzy on the nearer part of the lime.
10/04/2006 12:56:04 AM
Simple. Like the line and the colors. 6


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