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Centered Composition | Leading Lines | Low Key
Centered Composition | Leading Lines | Low Key
klkitchens


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Challenge: Three Techniques (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Samsung GX-10
Date: Oct 25, 2009
Date Uploaded: Oct 26, 2009



[Oct. 29th, 2009 10:31:18 PM]

ARGH!!!!

I typo'd low-key instead of high-key. It was right there by "leading lines" and I grabbed the wrong one.

Of course many of you have pointed this out so kindly -- seriously, many have caught that I clearly didn't mean low-key, so thanks!

Oh well... I love this photo

Statistics
Place: 65 out of 140
Avg (all users): 5.8369
Avg (commenters): 6.2308
Avg (participants): 5.6481
Avg (non-participants): 5.9540
Views since voting: 740
Views during voting: 275
Votes: 141
Comments: 15
Favorites: 1 (view)


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/01/2009 12:30:54 PM
Nice, but I wouldn't call it low key.
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10/30/2009 04:56:35 PM
Nice compo, but Low Key?
  Photographer found comment helpful.
10/29/2009 11:26:18 PM
A very sharp sharpie. Clean shot with no noise. Nicely done.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
10/29/2009 07:45:47 PM
nonono!!! This isn't low key!! And I'm afraid that you are getting trounced for it!

This is a wonderful image, and you used three techniques, even though you didn't list them correctly. 8 from me.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
10/29/2009 03:12:39 PM
Original idea, but I hope you mean "High Key" not "Low Key"
  Photographer found comment helpful.
10/28/2009 10:24:09 AM
different
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10/28/2009 09:31:01 AM
I think you meant to say Hi-Key? Low Key would be a dark image.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
10/27/2009 07:51:18 PM
im not sure i agree with centered composition because your leading lines lead to somewhere other than the center. IMO
  Photographer found comment helpful.
10/27/2009 03:46:56 PM
I'm not getting the low key portion of this. I'm betting this would score better if you used light on white. still a quality photo and i'm bumping it up a point.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
10/27/2009 10:44:59 AM
are you sure this is "low key"...I thought "low key" was dark in the composition...and "high key" would be light and bright like this...that given...I do like the picture (lol) well done
  Photographer found comment helpful.
10/26/2009 05:10:47 PM
Eye catcher. Here is an idea: if you could make the shadow (of the sharpie) look twisted like the line, it would look as if the shadow is of the line, and the line is blowing in the wind.

I guess you are hammered by people thinking this is not low key.

not voting.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
10/26/2009 08:49:58 AM
Nice sharp photo, not low key though.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
10/26/2009 08:09:13 AM
Terrific concept, well executed!......8
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10/26/2009 06:42:02 AM
definitely not low key, and, as the viewers focus is lead to the tip of the sharpie, not really centered composition. technically well done, though
  Photographer found comment helpful.
10/26/2009 12:47:10 AM
This is the kind of perfect lighting, composition, and attention to detail the IreneM does so well. Great job whoever you are.
  Photographer found comment helpful.


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