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Challenge: From Above II (Basic Editing)
Collection: Symbols
Camera: Canon EOS-350D Rebel XT
Lens: Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM
Location: Hardwick, NJ
Date: Jul 5, 2009
Aperture: 7.1
ISO: 100
Shutter: 100
Galleries: Still Life, Black and White
Date Uploaded: Jul 7, 2009

just some curves and the CS4 black and white filter. No crop! Nick Hinch settings, sort of.

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Place: 98 out of 141
Avg (all users): 4.9576
Avg (commenters): 6.3333
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Views since voting: 679
Views during voting: 273
Votes: 165
Comments: 10
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07/20/2009 07:39:23 PM
This is Kari Ann, greetings from the Critique Club:

composition: I personally love the composition. it seems more natural than if it were centered in the frame.

color: great black and white tones, especially love the dark water

contrast: maybe a little less in the lower left hand side of the frame would help set the bucket off more in the frame.

focus: great focus, clear.

depth of field: again, good depth of field, and all is in focus clearly

lighting: those leaves and feather are what really draw me in. I love how they pop out of the dark abyss of the water bucket. And the light dancing amongst the straw is really a treat.

other: An overall beautiful image in my eyes. The only downfall that i can possibly see is the composition. while I like it, most probably would have liked it more in the centre. to each their own. Keep up the interesting and inspiring work.
If you have any other questions, feel free to PM me anytime.
-Kari Ann
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07/20/2009 11:04:03 AM
a lovely tribute to our kind...
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07/15/2009 11:13:06 PM
This is a view my wife has become very familiar with over the years, and was up until recently (thank science for some wonderful anti-nausea drugs) again experiencing several time a day... though he bucket lacked the feathers.

Nice image. I love the feathers and the processing. Initially, I wasn't sure about the composition, though the more I look at it, the better the non-centred bucket is. I perhaps may have not cropped so close to the handle on the left, and may have cropped out the bar at the bottom of the image... and perhaps straighten the horizontal bars...
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07/15/2009 01:18:28 AM
We liked this at our house.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
07/14/2009 02:57:40 AM
And a very apt and lovely one it is, too.
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07/14/2009 01:06:12 AM
haha, great title. wonderful shape in thumbnail.
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07/13/2009 09:56:41 PM
Challenge Relevance:6 Impact/Emotion/Mood:6 Technicals:7 Processing:6 Creativity:5.5
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07/10/2009 03:06:38 PM
I don't see this as a very dynmaic subject. To me, there isn't anything really going on here. Perhaps if it were in color something would pop.
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07/08/2009 06:31:16 PM
This meets the challenge well. I would like to see more details in the dark parts.
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07/08/2009 12:29:49 AM
the leaves and feather make a lovely addition. great idea
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