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Cheese and Crackers
Cheese and Crackers
DougPaz


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Macro (Classic Editing)
Camera: Kodak DX3900
Location: My Kitchen Counter
Date: Nov 4, 2002
Aperture: F 5.6
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/181
Galleries: Macro
Date Uploaded: Nov 4, 2002

A piece of Colby and a couple of Saltines on my kitchen counter.

Statistics
Place: 44 out of 301
Avg (all users): 6.2000
Avg (commenters): 6.9048
Avg (participants): 6.0588
Avg (non-participants): 6.4400
Views since voting: 1267
Votes: 270
Comments: 26
Favorites: 0


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11/18/2002 08:10:00 AM
i thought this was a nice take on an everday subject. : )
 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/17/2002 04:38:00 PM
some side lighting on the cheese could improve this image further, but it is quite artisitc.
11/16/2002 11:04:00 PM
This probably took longer than people think. The cheese is drying out some. Good clear, crisp (cracker?) shot. Like the contrast of the cheese and cracker color. Like the salt on the cracker. Good clear shot. Worth a 9 technically. Has no "wow" for me. Only thing that keep it a 9. PTL
11/16/2002 05:33:00 PM
How long did it take you to take that shot? Looks like the cheese has gone hard! Only kidding, nice bit of still life!
11/16/2002 02:38:00 PM
lovely, makes me want a snack. this is professional grade, looks better than the pictures on the cracker boxes at the grocery store. ten for you.
11/15/2002 09:56:00 PM
interesting choice of subject. Well taken, although incredibly unappetizing:)
11/14/2002 03:26:00 PM
nice composition.
wish there was a bit more light on the cheese side and the bottom.
11/14/2002 01:01:00 AM
The cheese comes out a bit dark in this one. But then had you simply increased the exposure the salt would have been blown out. Perhaps a different lighting angle, cause it seems like the cheese is almost in shadow. Good depth of field, good composition. 6
11/13/2002 11:30:00 PM
What a great photo well done andrewm
11/13/2002 07:42:00 AM
Cool food shot.
11/12/2002 09:29:00 PM
now thats close.. good focus and contrast
11/12/2002 12:48:00 AM
nicely done where is the summer sausage? 9 - rll07
11/12/2002 12:37:00 AM
where's the whine (or wine)
11/11/2002 11:04:00 PM
Good lighting on the crackers. Extra points for focus which seems to be lacking around here ;oP The cheese could be lit a little more. I like it tho! ~indi
11/11/2002 10:18:00 PM
Superb macro ! So much detail ! shiiizzzam
11/11/2002 10:06:00 PM
Excellent lighting, colors focus, subject....what else can I say? You've got my only "10" vote this week. Congratulations! :) (10)
11/11/2002 07:27:00 PM
Oh my, I can see the salt. Great Job on this macro.
11/11/2002 06:33:00 PM
Effective use of such common items. I would have liked to see a bit more light on the cheese though.
11/11/2002 04:32:00 PM
like the subject matter an inspiration for us all,thre are great pictures out there to be taken.
11/11/2002 04:25:00 PM
Excellent detail.
11/11/2002 02:51:00 PM
That's an interesting close-up. Good job on the details. Jacko.
11/11/2002 11:46:00 AM
Yum -Yum ! Justine.
11/11/2002 06:33:00 AM
Good Shot
Diana
11/11/2002 01:52:00 AM
how long was the cracker's and cheese sitting out?
11/11/2002 01:04:00 AM
Nice focus on the crackers. You can see the grains of salt. Too bad the cheese didn't recieve as good as lighting. It almost looks to me like the cheese has been standing out for awhile.
11/11/2002 12:51:00 AM
Thank you for an unique shot. (i.e. not flowers, birds, or animals.)


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