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Challenge: Letting Go (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Canon EOS-300D Rebel
Location: carlisle, pa
Date: Feb 7, 2004
Aperture: 22
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/60
Galleries: Snapshot, Emotive
Date Uploaded: Feb 7, 2004

Forgiving only gives a second chance for you to get hurt.

Place: 123 out of 188
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Votes: 262
Comments: 10
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
02/16/2004 07:51:06 PM
Sadly true... nice hand texture and color... diamond a bit OOF.
02/12/2004 08:59:22 AM
Very nice shot, great lighting and POV.
02/11/2004 08:38:55 PM
I think a picture of you taking the ring off the finger would have been better. Just holding it in the palm lacks theme and emotion.
02/11/2004 04:31:16 PM
It is sharp and a good shot, but I believe the mood would have been better captured using a soft focus effect or something like that.
02/11/2004 12:17:26 PM
Nice exposure, but the black reflected in the top of the ring makes it look rather ominous. If you were to shoot it again I would have lit either the area behind your hand or the area reflected in the ring. As it is the dark tone is repeated and the sense of moving from one state to another is blunted. Good focus and I like the contrast between you palm and the smoothness of the metal.
02/11/2004 10:41:35 AM
need some type of 'letting go' - washing the ring down the sink, or in the toilet...
02/11/2004 09:32:27 AM
Tells the story well. Something about the composition is missing for me. Perhaps the hand overpowers the shot?
02/11/2004 08:50:46 AM
nice composition, focus. no glares.good job.
02/11/2004 02:18:05 AM
mmm. overshadowed by the other entry with the teardrops on the letter. sorry 4
02/11/2004 12:15:00 AM
While I understand your photo, I think if you took a different approach, id be better, just cause I dont htink the mood of this photo matches the intent of what you wanted to do.

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