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Mmmm....Popcorn
Mmmm....Popcorn
CraigD


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Challenge: Scents and Aromas (Classic Editing)
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix 3800
Location: Lawrence, KS
Date: Nov 25, 2003
Galleries: Emotive, Still Life
Date Uploaded: Nov 25, 2003

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Statistics
Place: 131 out of 188
Avg (all users): 4.7162
Avg (commenters): 5.2500
Avg (participants): 4.5106
Avg (non-participants): 4.8593
Views since voting: 850
Votes: 229
Comments: 14
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12/06/2003 02:21:22 PM
Greetings from the CC, well certainly an on topic subject. My immediate thought is that if you had cropped along the right side of the microwave you would of created a very interesting perspective looking into the microwave, focusing the viewer on subject a little more. I think I would of also cropped a little off the bottom to add to this subject enhancement. I think the light inside the micro really helped keep your shot from being underexposed inside the microwave. Your choice of having the popcorn spill out is very nice as well. Perhaps a little steam may have added something to the feel of scent. I likfe the sharpness of your shot also. Keep up the good efforts.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
12/02/2003 09:26:18 PM
I can smell it but is it buttered?
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12/02/2003 09:20:11 AM
As this image gardually appeared on the screen, I really liked the tight shot of popcorn. Then the long expanse of table appeared, and the popcorn really seemed dimineshed. I would have liked a very tight corp on the edges of the microwave and the front kernel of popcorn, without the empty sides or foreground.
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12/01/2003 04:19:36 PM
looks good enough to eat...
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11/29/2003 12:00:52 PM
I think this would have looked better had you filled the frame more and came at it from a different angle, so it wasn't so centered.
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11/28/2003 08:57:01 PM
Great picture and I can smell the popcorn already. In my case I can smell the burnt popcorn. I like this photo a lot. Good composition and good thought as to how to portray your thoughts. I was just wondering if there was some way you could have triggered the microwave to think the door was closed and turn the light off. It is a little disturbing to what otherwise is a great photo. 9
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11/28/2003 07:33:55 PM
nice composition and lighting. but a little bland, on purpose?
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11/27/2003 09:12:01 AM
Microwave seems a touch tilted but other than that, the composition is great - I like the space left around the top edge and the wide expanse of work surface, exaggerated by the low viewpoint.
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11/27/2003 03:54:48 AM
The problem with not reading the manufacturers instructions seems to persist with all appliances or electronic devices.
11/26/2003 06:39:56 PM
Good idea. I love the smell of popcorn as long as it isn't burned. I like the way you got the reflection in the door. A little too much counter in front of the popcorn for my taste.
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11/26/2003 05:45:27 PM
great idea... love the composition... i think the color balance is a bit off... add a little red... (7)
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11/26/2003 02:14:05 PM
Nice idea. Fill the frame.
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11/26/2003 01:10:55 PM
Unfortunately, this looks more like a snapshot than a photograph. Evokes a sense of smell, but just not an interesting composition.
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11/26/2003 03:05:26 AM
This is certainly smells delicious. Good concept and smart use of the light from inside.
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