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Challenge: Soft Focus (Classic Editing)
Camera: Sony DSC-F717
Location: Spare Room
Date: Nov 30, 2003
Aperture: F2.0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/6
Galleries: Family, Still Life
Date Uploaded: Nov 28, 2003

This is my first time trying out a soft focus technique. I used an old dryer sheet to get the effect. I don't anticipate it doing well, but I like the result and don't really care. :)

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12/07/2003 04:05:01 PM
i don't see the soft focus here?
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12/06/2003 09:12:25 PM
A cute subjet for the sentimental tone of soft focus. They'd look even cuter propped on a bed with a fluffy pillow, perhaps some flowered wallpaper behind. The anonymous green sheet just doesn't add anything.
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12/02/2003 01:51:52 PM
I am seeing good soft focus. Subject matter is if'y, unappealing IMO. 6
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12/01/2003 10:07:49 PM
lighting here is a bit unflattering... subjectively, i don't find interest.
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12/01/2003 01:38:06 PM
The subject choice is good for a soft focus shot. There is softness but the lack of contrast in the shot is not really helping create much of a mood. The stuffed animals are also a little too close to the back cloth, which makes the background become more in focus and in the shot than just being a solid color in the background. The colors seem slightly muted and overall the image seems a little too light, playing with the brightness/contrast levels probably would have helped some.
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