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Challenge: Free Study 2007-11 (Advanced Editing V)
Camera: Canon EOS-20D
Lens: Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM Macro
Date: Nov 26, 2007
Shutter: *
Date Uploaded: Nov 26, 2007

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Place: 75 out of 393
Avg (all users): 6.1829
Avg (commenters): 7.4000
Avg (participants): 6.2269
Avg (non-participants): 6.0667
Views since voting: 989
Views during voting: 238
Votes: 164
Comments: 10
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12/05/2007 12:05:03 PM
like the drips underneath
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12/02/2007 08:54:14 PM
nice works, I like how this came out with the flow differetn then the cup.
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12/02/2007 07:50:33 PM
Nice processing and great idea. How did you process this?
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12/02/2007 12:15:23 PM
nice post processing
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12/02/2007 11:29:27 AM
Awesome processing!
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12/02/2007 05:37:37 AM
Like it, works for me ;)
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12/02/2007 01:25:42 AM
A very nice photo. Sharp clear... I like the way everything is transperent. Good job.
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12/01/2007 07:19:26 PM
Very interesting lighting in this one... great work
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12/01/2007 01:25:38 AM
I like this! Bizarre effect with this lighting, but it really works! 7
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12/01/2007 12:18:13 AM
What I like most about this image is the contrast of the deep, tea-infused water with the dominant white background. The effect is unique, and it works well. Also, the 'overflow' is well captured. I would have excluded the lemon slice because it's distracting, and then you could have all of the viewers attention focused on the tea. Either that, or put the slice in the glass, on the rim--that way, it has utility and enhances the image
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