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Challenge: Proportion (Basic Editing I)
Camera: HP PhotoSmart 320
Location: my living room in MI
Date: Apr 27, 2004
Galleries: Still Life, Traditional Art
Date Uploaded: Apr 27, 2004

My first challenge entry.
Pretty basic, crop,clean-up,just a touch of tweaking the levels. I was glad to incorporate another love of mine (music/guitar).

Statistics
Place: 260 out of 290
Avg (all users): 4.1264
Avg (commenters): 3.1429
Avg (participants): 4.0833
Avg (non-participants): 4.1631
Views since voting: 968
Votes: 261
Comments: 10
Favorites: 0


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04/08/2007 05:33:06 PM
I didn't read all the comments, so I don't know if anyone told you or not, but the image is just TOO SMALL. too small. have a ball. Give TC a call. That is all. :D

Happy DPCDay, tater!
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05/05/2004 01:59:05 AM
Dude, ya jumped in! Nice shot, but in case ya didn't notice it's a bit small! ;-)

Call me!
TC
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
05/04/2004 10:47:53 PM
too small
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05/04/2004 08:50:54 PM
Looks like that smaller guitar really likes the bigger one.
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05/03/2004 09:58:16 PM
Not a bad idea but the execution of the shot leaves me really wanting. The size of the shot, the lack of focus, the background is very distracting overall and the cropping leaves something to be desired, especially on the right side. This could be a great shot with a solid backdrop and a larger size photo.and focus. a 3
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05/02/2004 12:12:30 PM
This could have been quite a nice shot -- pay some more attention to the details: the back-drop doesn't cover the full frame; the lighting is reflecting badly on the tuning head; the image is soft. If you have a tripod, use it, if not, stack up some books on a table and balance the camera on a towel. You have a good eye for composition, learning to control technique will improve your photography.
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04/30/2004 04:15:45 PM
A good composition for the challenge. I like the choice of subject. I wish the shot was bigger and crisper so that I could see the details better.
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04/29/2004 10:51:23 AM
Too small!
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04/28/2004 10:43:26 PM
It bothers me that the backdrop is backwards, and the right side needs to be tugged at.
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04/28/2004 07:52:35 AM
Use the whole 640 width that you are allowed.
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