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Phyto-Fractals
Phyto-Fractals
jjbeguin


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Challenge: Macro III (Classic Editing*)
Camera: Minolta DiMAGE F100
Location: Geneva Switzerland
Date: Dec 17, 2003
Galleries: Abstract, Nature
Date Uploaded: Dec 18, 2003

Macros are not exactly my cup of tea, but I did find a worthy subjet at the market the other day. An edible from the cabbage family related to the caulyflower with an amazing infloresence. Had lots of fun exploring it.

Statistics
Place: 10 out of 165
Avg (all users): 6.6296
Avg (commenters): 7.3000
Avg (participants): 6.4194
Avg (non-participants): 7.0952
Views since voting: 1905
Votes: 135
Comments: 12
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
12/28/2003 11:17:49 PM
Very different, and very nicely done (lighting, and composition). Just a little bit of halo-ing or chromatic noise would be good to address.
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12/28/2003 09:10:45 PM
I don't know what they are, but they make a lovely picture. Are these corals?
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12/27/2003 09:53:24 PM
Fabulous and interesting shot, great unique subject! Composition and colors are nice too.
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12/27/2003 12:05:12 PM
very interesting shapes, light and shadow, colors have a ood range, an interesting composition
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12/24/2003 03:19:12 PM
Very interesting. Looks like it came out of National Geographic. I wish is were just a little sharper but still one of my favorites in this challenge.
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12/24/2003 08:51:20 AM
Wonderful pattern. Structure highlighted well through use of shadows. Could use a bit more depth in front.
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12/24/2003 05:59:51 AM
I have absolutely no idea what phyto-fractals are, but they are fairly amazing! Very interesting lighting, with warm tones on one side, and cool tones on the other. Lots of visually engaging patterns, repetition, and texture, but in a way that is not busy or overwhelming. Composition works beautifully to draw the eye throughout the photo. Home page for sure. 10
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12/23/2003 06:43:34 PM
Nice detail, well focused and composed, nice job.
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12/23/2003 05:16:45 PM
The lighting and colour conveys quite an interesting sense of mood - like watching a strange sci-fi film or documentary on life in the deep deep deep oceans... I like it!
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12/22/2003 06:55:35 AM
Unique, strange photo. For some reason, I'm reminded of sea coral.
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12/22/2003 12:23:49 AM
Awesome detail. I don't know what it is, but two guesses come to mind. An extreme macro of reptile or amphibian skin, or some kind of barnacle or other sea creature. Am I even close? Anyway it certainly is abstract. I like it very much. Good luck! I bet it does well. 10
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12/22/2003 12:23:46 AM
nice texture
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