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Challenge: Still Life (Classic Editing)
Camera: Nikon Coolpix 2100
Location: Motherwell, Scotland
Date: Nov 4, 2003
Date Uploaded: Nov 4, 2003

Coins in a slot machine

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Place: 303 out of 326
Avg (all users): 3.6982
Avg (commenters): 3.8571
Avg (participants): 3.5769
Avg (non-participants): 3.8696
Views since voting: 680
Votes: 222
Comments: 9
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11/17/2003 04:10:19 PM
Greetings from the critique club:

First off your image is too small I can't tell what I'm really looking at the I'm aware it's a tray full of coins but coins themselves are rather fuzzy. They appear to be dimes i can't tell fro sure. I see this was taken in scotland so I can assume not. I like the light gradation but I think your image would have more wow impact it was cropped just to contain the coins and the light grad and not the tray. It would look like money into infinity. (a really nice concept don't you think ;)) The little chips thrown in?? were they random and if not it's not clear what their color or position indicates. when I first looked at them all in a row like that I thought they were meant to indicate the 3 ribbons but they're not in the right order or the right colors for that so... Less distracting if they were removed, or placed to look more random.


Good luck and keep shooting
jo

PS they have casinos in scotland? and they let you take pictures?
 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/10/2003 06:43:37 PM
With a larger view and in focus this could be a good picture. I like the comp.
11/07/2003 09:24:48 PM
Very small image...this could have been great had the image been larger and more detailed
11/07/2003 03:07:38 PM
Coins and money always make good subjects for still life photography. This image is very small and has poor focus. If your camera has macro capability then a closeup would work better and you should make the image closer to the 640 pixel size allowed. You would also want to try lighting from different angles to add interest to the image.
11/06/2003 11:15:34 AM
Tokens! Lots of tokens! Or are they actuall quarters? hard to tell. The shot is rather small and hard to see exactly what effect you were going for here. I can see the chute at the bottom and how they are barely hanging on the edge but it really just doesn't capture my attention or make me anticipate the falling of the coins. The lighting isn't bad but I'm wondering if this shot might work better as a portrait shape instead of a landscape shape. A 4
11/05/2003 09:09:04 PM
A larger shot with the coins more in focus would have been better in my eyes. Otherwise a nice shot.
11/05/2003 10:08:00 AM
This photo is very small....cannot see any detail
11/05/2003 09:31:39 AM
nice lighting that fades into the background.
11/05/2003 08:37:20 AM
The textures are good But it needs better focus and the photo can be a lot bigger, Good luck


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