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Challenge: Still Life (Classic Editing)
Camera: Canon PowerShot S200
Location: Salisbury New Brunswick Canada
Date: Nov 3, 2003
Galleries: Candid, Digital Art
Date Uploaded: Nov 3, 2003

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Place: 262 out of 326
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Votes: 230
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11/18/2003 09:53:17 PM
Greetings from the Critique Club...

Hi Rego...

I think the composition on this particular image is not bad. The primary problems you have here are related to the focus most likely. I can't really offer you any suggestions since you did not post any information about the photo. In the future, when you check the box to get an in-depth critique, you should consider posting the requested information and providing a photographer's comment to go along with it.
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11/06/2003 08:24:57 PM
I'd like this so much better without the light source visible. It's too bright and competes with the table and contents.
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11/06/2003 02:46:13 PM
the glare of the light in this sort of does it in....shooting of from above would have lessened the glare and also given some better or different shadows to help this out....also the framing of the image at the bottom is too tight.
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11/05/2003 02:02:01 PM
A good idea, my husband has a lamp similar to that one. The shot is wanting in that the focus is off to much, if you were going for a soft effect, it didn't work for me personally. The angle of the shot also leaves me wanting, maybe if you were just a bit higher? I do like the cropping, the corner of the desk right on the edge helps brinng you in the shot and the lines take you around. A 5
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