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Cracked Heart
Cracked Heart

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Challenge: Still Life (Classic Editing)
Camera: Nikon Coolpix 4500
Location: Hull
Date: Nov 4, 2003
Aperture: f3.9
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/68
Galleries: Still Life, Macro
Date Uploaded: Nov 4, 2003


Place: 210 out of 326
Avg (all users): 4.7087
Avg (commenters): 6.1667
Avg (participants): 4.7794
Avg (non-participants): 4.6064
Views since voting: 784
Votes: 230
Comments: 7
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11/18/2003 12:23:19 AM
It would be important for me to know what your intention was with your shot. In my opinion it is much too central and the lighting is very harsh on it. I think in general you may want to reshoot in the shade or varying times of day, and consider the rule of thirds in respect to your composition. However, I could also see you chosing this 'harsh' composition and lighting to communicate your title, broken hearts are harsh and front and central , sort of in your face so to speak. Again, your intention with the shot is what is important.
hope that helps, I am new to the CC
 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/11/2003 06:56:15 PM
the walnut goes well with the background. lights a bit bright and glaring.
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11/11/2003 05:47:38 PM
The darkness in the upper left corner is a bit distracting, also the uneven border does not help this photo.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
11/11/2003 01:30:23 PM
A very contrived scene. But it works, I guess. I really have no other comment, I'm just not a huge fan of this kind of photography.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
11/06/2003 03:32:23 PM
cool shot great title
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11/06/2003 03:39:13 AM
You did it with the flash? I like the composition, perhaps the light was to strong in the middle. But maybe that's the point..:)
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11/05/2003 04:50:23 PM
I might have tried turning the open face of the nut a little more toward the light, and off centering the it a little. It looks kind of flat and one dimensional.

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