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Paphiopedilum
Paphiopedilum
Froober


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Challenge: Macro (Classic Editing)
Camera: Olympus E-20
Location: indoors
Date: Nov 8, 2002
Aperture: 11
ISO: 80
Shutter: 2sec
Galleries: Portraiture, Macro
Date Uploaded: Nov 10, 2002

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Statistics
Place: 103 out of 301
Avg (all users): 5.6196
Avg (commenters): 6.6667
Avg (participants): 5.4463
Avg (non-participants): 5.9293
Views since voting: 929
Votes: 276
Comments: 19
Favorites: 2 (view)


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/17/2002 11:02:00 PM
gorgeous colors! excellent how I can see every little hair-like structure! The composition seems a little off balance to me.... dunno,, as if the flower is falling somehow.. would like to see it either a bit more upright, or coming out of the corner more (maybe from bottom left).. Love the colors against the white..
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11/17/2002 06:58:00 PM
Nice Paph. Too bad it was not centered...a bit too much off center for me but for an orchid lover, great flower...prize winner for an orchid show!
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11/17/2002 04:12:00 PM
what is this?athena
11/16/2002 08:37:00 PM
what is that anyway?
11/16/2002 02:39:00 PM
might've worked better against a slightly darker background.
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11/16/2002 01:13:00 PM
This looks as odd as my submission. People have questioned it because they've not seen it themselves. Good capture and well composed. The top of the flower seems over exposed...but I like it anyway. Good luck in the challenge. Grayce :-)
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11/15/2002 05:23:00 AM
The choice of background here I think would've helped to provide some separation at the top of the plant (I think it's a plant) with the white being around the edges and all. The plant itself looks excellent, well focused and lit. - Inspzil
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11/14/2002 11:00:00 PM
Clear enough to see the hair on the flower. Beautiful color. Don't know that I've seen this flower before. A different crop than I would have done, but it works here. Nice job. 6 for it. PTL
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11/14/2002 10:39:00 PM
Nice colour, and the negative space is nice too.
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11/14/2002 10:29:00 PM
I love the colours and the details, but I don't understand the composition. Less cropping (more flower, more centred) would have worked better for me. 7 Jacko
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11/13/2002 06:16:00 PM
I like how this stands out from the background. I wonder why it was cut off though. I wish you could see more of it. The line where it is cut off seems a bit awkard.
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11/12/2002 08:28:00 PM
Nice. Not sure if I like it being 1/2 off the picture or not though.
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11/12/2002 05:36:00 AM
Very pretty and excellent color. A little burned out at the top though. DPz
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11/11/2002 10:57:00 PM
I like the colors and the detail shown with the little hairy things. Great focus adn capture of detail. karmat
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11/11/2002 10:57:00 PM
Awesome ladyslipper! My favorite orchids! A tad too bright for me at the top, but the colors are fab! Great photo! ~ cthenk
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11/11/2002 10:44:00 PM
This is cool. I like the colors. I'd like to see more of the flower in the photo I think. The bottom is just so focused and then the top fades into the white which seems a little odd. Good job with lighting! ~indi
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11/11/2002 07:15:00 PM
wow cool ochid and sharp too
11/11/2002 02:41:00 PM
Beautiful! I almost wish that top edge didn't fade out, but a very effective photo, nonetheless. :-) 8 kathleenm
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11/11/2002 08:38:00 AM
I feel we're missing out on the beauty of this flower. Bring it a little further into the frame (dont bring it completely in though you'll ruin the effect!). I just feel that too much of the flower lies in shadow. We're seeing the underside and the parts that need to be better illuminated. Great attempt!
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