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Sad Monkey
Sad Monkey

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Challenge: Free Study 2008-10 (Advanced Editing VII)
Collection: Portfolio
Camera: Nikon D100
Lens: Tamron SP AF 28-75mm f/2.8 XR Di for Nikon
Date: Oct 26, 2008
Date Uploaded: Oct 26, 2008


Place: 78 out of 394
Avg (all users): 6.1333
Avg (commenters): 8.2000
Avg (participants): 6.1856
Avg (non-participants): 6.0000
Views since voting: 736
Views during voting: 253
Votes: 135
Comments: 12
Favorites: 3 (view)

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/07/2008 06:03:01 PM
:-( Soft surroundings suit the mood.
11/06/2008 04:49:31 AM
If this one doesn't make it onto the home page where I think it should be, it definetly has to be top ten in my opinion
11/04/2008 08:19:20 PM
Beautiful shot. I love how you have caught the expression in his eyes.
11/03/2008 11:46:58 AM
Beautifully captured. 9
11/03/2008 09:32:39 AM
Nice depth of field and the soft effect enhances the feeling communicated.
11/03/2008 02:07:32 AM
Really nice shot.
11/03/2008 12:08:10 AM
I think it could use some contrast
11/02/2008 03:30:54 PM
Great depth of field and capture of the emotion, good processing..
11/02/2008 11:17:48 AM
Excellent wildlife portrait. I,m really impressed by this one for it's stunning details and colours. I give it an 8
Ps. I have an entry in this challenge myself as well but it's not really going anywhere.
11/02/2008 02:59:56 AM
As the day waned once again, Pin-Pin the Mandrill sat back on his haunches, and heaved a lonely sigh. It wasn't so long ago that he had roamed free in his native land, with his family. It wasn't an easy life. Food wasn't always easy to come by, danger was to be had around every corner, but it was a life. This, what he had come to since his capture, this wasn't life. Oh, he was fed regularly, and had plenty of room to move around in, but in the end there were always the walls. The walls, and the creatures that taunted him over those walls.

Pin-Pin looked off to the side, trying desperately to ignore one of the creatures' young, who was currently yelling something at him and sighed again. This was no way to live, but he would carry on.
11/01/2008 06:32:35 PM
Great shot, but the Blur / Glow effect looks a little synthetic
11/01/2008 01:02:27 PM
Perfect capture.It's a ten in my book.

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