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Push Pin
Push Pin
RockBruise


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Light on White III (Advanced Editing V)
Camera: Canon PowerShot A540
Date: Nov 20, 2006
Aperture: F 4
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/100
Galleries: Macro, Digital Art
Date Uploaded: Nov 20, 2006

Taken at the last minute, thought it turned out pretty well. What do you think ?

Statistics
Place: 159 out of 233
Avg (all users): 5.1456
Avg (commenters): 4.8000
Avg (participants): 4.8788
Avg (non-participants): 5.3925
Views since voting: 860
Views during voting: 299
Votes: 206
Comments: 12
Favorites: 0


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12/16/2006 12:06:30 AM
This really is better than it's score belies - the competition was tough in this challenge and who knows which image came right before yours in voting?

IMO, this was a well executed shot!
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
12/01/2006 07:57:18 PM
The beauty here is in the subtlety. Very nice work!
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11/30/2006 11:35:32 PM
White on white, with just a little touch of silver. It's good overall, but I think the image lacks overall impact somehow. ~6
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11/30/2006 02:13:15 PM
Wow. Pushed the envelope on this one with regards to visibility of the subject. :D If you had adjusted this to where the "pin" part of the pushpin was clear and focused (it's focused now, but noisy and muted) this photo would be stronger IMO. Yes, the pushpin would have been more defined as well, but being as it's white I don't imagine much impact would've been lost. All JMO of course. Good luck in the challenge.
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11/30/2006 03:10:31 AM
Well placed object but the lighting is such that it took me a while to even see the pin. It did look better on my Mac Laptop screen. A little more shading would be more to my liking.
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11/29/2006 03:12:02 AM
Almost not there. like it.
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11/28/2006 07:53:00 PM
Although some might find the push pin body too soft, I am not bothered by that, as I assume it was intentional. What doesn't work so well is that the most vibrant part of this - the metal pin portion- naturally becomes the subject as the eye is drawn to it first. Due to its position, the eye then goes straight out of the photo. I'd like to see this with the pin rotated and the metal tip pointed down into the photo.
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11/28/2006 07:53:13 AM
a little too blown out for me - sorry
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11/28/2006 07:10:29 AM
white on white where is the light color
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11/27/2006 07:02:54 PM
For me the eyeflow is broken by the orientation of the pointy end. Nicely imaged.
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11/27/2006 09:30:40 AM
A little bit too white!
Otherwise it's great..
Good luck!
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11/27/2006 07:02:56 AM
um ..
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