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Churchillís Quandary
Churchillís Quandary

Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Light Source (Classic Editing)
Camera: Nikon D1X
Location: Family Room
Date: Oct 18, 2002
Aperture: f11.0
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/60 Second
Galleries: Snapshot, Animals
Date Uploaded: Oct 20, 2002

Taken with a Nikon D1x with a Nikon SB-29 Ring Flash mounted on a Nikon 60 mm F2.8 Macro lens set as a manual exposure.

Churchill loves his nylon bones and can never decide which one is the best one to chew, unless out other dog, PJ wants one, then whatever bone PJ selects, Churchill wants.

Place: 219 out of 256
Avg (all users): 4.1751
Avg (commenters): 3.8462
Avg (participants): 4.0382
Avg (non-participants): 4.3900
Views since voting: 1108
Votes: 257
Comments: 14
Favorites: 0

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
10/27/2002 09:35:00 PM
Cute dog and all... but it doesn't grab me as fulfilling the requirements of the challenge too well...
10/25/2002 09:14:00 AM
Nice composition, needs rotating a bit.
10/24/2002 09:40:00 PM
the two white things in the foreground look like white blobs.
10/23/2002 05:56:00 PM
Good pet shot but not too sure about your light source
10/23/2002 10:24:00 AM
Churchill doesn't seem to be that bothered to me!! The dog has come out fine but the bones (or whatever!) are overexposed to the point of spoling the picture.
10/22/2002 05:49:00 PM
10/22/2002 05:05:00 PM
Good shot of the dog, bad of the toys. 6 Swash
10/22/2002 12:34:00 PM
I think you should have cropped the toys.
10/22/2002 09:32:00 AM
I don't care for the lighting on this shot. His eyes are too dark, and the rest of him is too light. I'm not seeing 'dramatic' lighting. Sorry! - Inspzil
10/21/2002 11:48:00 PM
Okay, so you put a harsh light on the bone. We all know this is just an excuse for another doggy photo,.
10/21/2002 03:03:00 PM
can`t stand these dogs/cats shots no more. 2
10/21/2002 02:17:00 PM
it would be better if the chew toys hadn't been over exposed. BTW if that was one of my dogs, they would have just taken both toys
10/21/2002 01:46:00 PM
This photo has very little 'subjective' impact. "What" you choose to photograph is very important. It's half the battle. "How" you choose to photograph it is the other half. When you create a nice combination and balance between the two, you will have great shots :) - setzler
10/21/2002 12:53:00 AM
The dog bones are too overexposed for my tastes.

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