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Recyling: Before, After, After, After, ...
Recyling: Before, After, After, After, ...
bobnospum


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Before and After II (Basic Editing)
Camera: Sony DSLR-A350
Lens: Sigma 70-210mm UC f/4.0-5.6 for Minolta
Date: Dec 6, 2008
Aperture: f11
ISO: 100
Shutter: 100
Galleries: Advertisement
Date Uploaded: Dec 8, 2008

Thought long and hard about this as it is a bit of a shoehorn. However, I had no really other good ideas and I like the colors on this one. 150mm zoom

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
12/16/2008 08:12:27 AM
Nice idea, mioght have looked better with a green background to accentuate the recycling message.
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12/13/2008 08:34:34 PM
nice colours
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12/12/2008 09:58:23 AM
Without the title, this doesn't say B&A to me at all. With the title, it seems like too much of a stretch. I also would like to see a better composition on it. The cans being cut out of the frame (particularly the edge of the Dr Pepper can being cut) is bothersome to me. The picture is very colorful and clear though. I especially like the Rockstar can; it catches the light really well.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
12/12/2008 02:57:45 AM
Before and After? They may all be Before - or all after ....cannot tell from this iimage.
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12/11/2008 02:44:16 PM
ha love it i could just go for some coca 7
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12/11/2008 02:00:34 AM
Without your title, this DNMC. I'll give you leeway though because the titles are part of these challenges. Your lighting is nice and there is no discernable glare. The cans are well setup with all the logo clearly visible.
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