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Soft Christmas Lights
Soft Christmas Lights
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Challenge: Soft Focus (Classic Editing)
Camera: Canon EOS-300D Rebel
Location: Spring Lake, NC
Date: Nov 30, 2003
Galleries: Abstract, Still Life
Date Uploaded: Nov 30, 2003

One of my first shots with the Rebel. It is cropped but no other adjustments have been made. I used a cross screen filter on the lens to get the lighting effect.

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Place: 63 out of 99
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Avg (participants): 4.6324
Avg (non-participants): 5.1528
Views since voting: 881
Votes: 140
Comments: 2
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12/08/2003 08:57:11 AM
Man. That is sad. I didn't vote or comment on this challenge.
If I had, I would have said it was a bit too dark and the highlight on the bulb is blown out.The ornament in the upper left takes up too much of the area and takes away from the composition. The two lights are attractive and the composition might have been more pleasing if you had composed them more within the frame and also tilted the camera to get them to look slightly more upright.I do like the mood but it doesn't look soft focused. With a little more work, I think this could be a wonderful christmas card. but that's only my opinion.
Edit: congrats on the new camera, and happy shooting.

Message edited by author 2003-12-08 08:59:45.
12/08/2003 08:10:58 AM
hi! 1 comment now ;)


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