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A child size truck!
A child size truck!
tolovemoon


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Proportion (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Kodak DX4530
Location: Carolinas
Date: Apr 24, 2004
Galleries: Snapshot, Travel
Date Uploaded: Apr 26, 2004

This was taken in town before the parade to welcome home our troops!

Statistics
Place: 213 out of 290
Avg (all users): 4.6654
Avg (commenters): 5.0000
Avg (participants): 4.7982
Avg (non-participants): 4.5696
Views since voting: 777
Votes: 272
Comments: 8
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
05/04/2004 10:22:07 PM
is the reflection of the car in the hubcaps on purpose?
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05/03/2004 09:27:08 PM
Well done trickery. Or is that a real truck?
  Photographer found comment helpful.
05/02/2004 05:33:53 PM
Neat photo. I think it would be better with the driver in it though. Nice idea for the challenge.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
05/01/2004 01:36:07 AM
I'm confused, AM Ilookig at a toy or a car?
  Photographer found comment helpful.
04/30/2004 10:54:12 AM
A little to easy.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
04/30/2004 09:23:49 AM
how cute - toy pick ups, you got stars 'n' bars in the back window?
  Photographer found comment helpful.
04/28/2004 04:23:03 PM
This is a really small monster truck? I don't get this at all? This is a very poorly planned composition with too many distracting details to make a powerful statement. If this is a small monster truck than it might have been effective to pose someone standing next to it in order to make an obvious statement. You should also have isolated the truck against a totally neutral background. It is somewhat out of focus which is evident in the slight blurring of the letters on the door of the truck.

Here is a very important tip which will go a long way toward improving your photos.
A photographer has to remember that the camera records *everything* within the frame of its viewfinder. The human brain works in conjection with the eyes to filter out distracting and unpleasing details. The camera is incapable of doing this. When the photographer fails to pay careful attention to any distracting details the result is shots like this.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
04/28/2004 10:15:52 AM
Composition: Subject Placement, Cropping, Background 6
Technical: Focus, Exposure, Lighting, Processing 7
Appeal: Is it Interesting, Motivating, Etc.? 3
How well does it meet the challenge: 6
Total Averaged Rating 5 Autool

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