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Day 3 : Hershey Atoms
Day 3 : Hershey Atoms
ShaneBlake


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Camera: Nikon D70
Lens: Tamron SP AF 90mm f/2.8 Di for Nikon
Location: my kichen table
Date: Oct 14, 2006
Aperture: F/29
ISO: 400
Shutter: 1/10
Galleries: Abstract, Macro
Date Uploaded: Oct 14, 2006

Viewed: 535
Comments: 15
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A dark chocolate Hershey mini bar broken in half.

50mm Nikkor 1.8 reverse mounted to the Tamron 90mm in direct sunlight

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06/15/2007 09:56:10 PM
I can honestly say I have never seen a candy bar this closely :-)
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10/17/2006 08:29:18 PM
interesting texture. the dof give it a weird but cool feeling
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10/16/2006 12:44:16 PM
Ooooh, chocolate! Tasty image.
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10/15/2006 05:18:35 PM
The peak is nicely placed in the frame. Interesting and unsettling texture for what it is.
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10/15/2006 04:01:58 PM
Sweet! hehe. I first thought fudge because of the crumbs. Great macro. I like the use of the sunlight for this. The only drawback for me is the indents up on the top right.

edit: typo

Message edited by author 2006-10-15 16:11:15.
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10/15/2006 01:44:55 PM
Mmmm, chocolate... too bad you dropped it on the beach. ;-P
Interesting view! Nice job.
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10/15/2006 11:40:11 AM
Yummy :-)
Nice light and comp.
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10/15/2006 11:25:45 AM
Very cool, I thought it was sand!
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10/15/2006 07:23:06 AM
Well this one surprised me thats for sure..... very interesting macro.....
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10/15/2006 12:23:20 AM
This image is a bit disconcerting to me. Even with the title and description, I had to look at it for a while before I figured out just what I was looking at.

Compositionally, my eye gets pulled to the peak of the light/dark border in the upper left, but there isn't enough interest in the crumbs there to hold me, so it wanders down to the blurry lower right. I'm undecided whether I'd prefer the chocolate to be more identifiable or not though.
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10/14/2006 11:24:31 PM
crumbs are often unattractive. they create an impulse to clean them up. One doesn't want to gaze at them. That being said, I do like the rich colors here, plus I do get an almost poignant sense of brokenness. but to be honest nothing that holds my interest for very long.
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10/14/2006 11:04:51 PM
reaction: what the?

read title: oh, that. cool.
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10/14/2006 10:18:35 PM
If chocolate looked like this to the naked eye, I would probably never eat it again. That looks nasty! Good shot though.
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10/14/2006 10:18:02 PM
yummmmmmmmmmmmy. It's so close I can almost taste it! Love the pic.
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10/14/2006 10:00:05 PM
Thats kinda crazy. very interesting.
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