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Right Out of the Box
Right Out of the Box
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Challenge: Advertisement Revisited (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Nikon Coolpix 4300
Location: my kitchen counter
Date: Jul 6, 2004
Aperture: f2.8
ISO: auto
Shutter: 1/4sec
Galleries: Humorous, Advertisement
Date Uploaded: Jul 6, 2004

If only it were this easy...

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Place: 209 out of 218
Avg (all users): 3.7705
Avg (commenters): 4.1429
Avg (participants): 3.5385
Avg (non-participants): 3.8989
Views since voting: 787
Views during voting: 377
Votes: 292
Comments: 16
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07/20/2004 04:25:18 PM
I like the idea behind this photo! I like the fork where it is...I think that it gives the onlooker the apeal that YOU are eating the brownie mix out of the package! Around the edges, the photo seems to be blurred. The photo could be more clear and concise!
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
07/13/2004 11:11:52 PM
Too bad it's so small! It looks really cute.
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07/13/2004 09:16:07 PM
Novel idea but unfortunately not well executed - neeed more depth of field, fork length needs to be in focus.
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07/13/2004 04:17:23 PM
Not sure about this.
I don't think it is an image that would make me go out & buy these things.
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07/13/2004 09:13:41 AM
Doesn't make the product appealing at all - looks like it has dropping on the pack!
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07/11/2004 04:01:36 PM
Brownies should look much tastier than this. This looks rather yucky and unappealing. The fork seems to be the main subject which is not good for advertising. The viewer should be able to see the entire label of the product. The composition is just weird. After viewing it for a couple of minutes, I've only just realized that the fork is poking into a hole in the box. This foreshortened view was a bad choice. The cropping is far too narrow. The image itself is too small. Next time, take advantage of the 640 maximum DPC allows.
07/11/2004 03:09:24 PM
yum
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07/10/2004 11:31:31 PM
I love the concept! Fits the challenge well!
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07/10/2004 02:08:03 AM
good idea but the photo doesn't make the brownies look appetising
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07/09/2004 05:17:55 PM
Very interesting idea. The hue and saturation of the box and the real brownies are such that the real brownes merge together with the box. Hard to tell the real from the box.
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07/08/2004 08:22:15 PM
image is a little small. clever idea.
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07/08/2004 06:26:37 AM
Unfortunatly the photo on the box does not show up well. It was a great idea though. Very different view point as well.
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07/07/2004 11:11:56 PM
Nice idea!! More DOF and a different fork would have improved on this really good idea!
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07/07/2004 10:36:51 PM
Cute idea. Wish the pic was a bit larger.
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07/07/2004 03:48:37 PM
Very clever idea. It seems like focus might be off, but it's hard to tell with the size. You should use the full 640 allowed.
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07/07/2004 08:05:00 AM
Mmmmm... rusty fork and brownie crumbs. ;)
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