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Cheese eating mouse
Cheese eating mouse
Fraysie


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Challenge: Everyday Objects (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Konica KD-3300
Location: At home, Roskilde, Denmark
Date: Jul 23, 2004
Aperture: F/2.9
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/30 second
Galleries: Humorous, Still Life
Date Uploaded: Jul 23, 2004

I just got this crazy idea, a computer mouse eating a cheese. I would love some constructive critic and ideas, cause im only 15 years old, and I got my camera for about 40 days ago, so im not prof. ... yet ;)
Its a danish cheese called "Riberhus", my older brother left it in our refrigerator while I was on vacation. It was just so so gross, I had to really serious clean my mouse after the shot, and my fingers is still stinky..
I know the date of exposure maybe is wrong, cause I have some problems fixing it on my camera, I hope its okay, cause im not a cheater.

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Place: 221 out of 363
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Votes: 269
Comments: 13
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08/03/2004 05:28:48 AM
Nice concept. Too much light though.
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08/03/2004 01:32:16 AM
Cute idea. Might have worked better with a piece of cheddar, as the white cheese blends too much with the background.
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08/01/2004 04:30:38 PM
A cute idea. Exposure is good, composition seems too crowded. The heavy border makes the crowded feeling much worse.
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08/01/2004 12:37:27 PM
LOL! That's pretty cool. Nice idea. Good lighting too, except that the cheese is a little bright in places making it harder to visibly separate from the background.

That looks like a MS Intellimouse Explorer 4.0. I've owned every Intellimouse Explorer model since the beginning, but I hated my 4.0 model and just switched to Logitech's new MX510, which works much better with games (button integration, ability to pick up and move the mouse). I will admit that the new Intellimouse does have improved resolution relative to the old models, though. But I digress. ;-)
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08/01/2004 06:49:14 AM
i love this one. its hillarious!
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07/31/2004 08:20:37 PM
Ha ha ha ha, ROFL!!
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07/31/2004 11:12:50 AM
i found this hilarious, very simple but i like it
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07/30/2004 12:49:18 PM
A contrast of orange or yellow cheese would of add to this shot. Good idea.
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07/29/2004 02:15:34 PM
Silly rabbit! Cheese isn't for mice ;) Definitely a good thought and a lot better than taking a plain ole pic of a mouse (or cheese).
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07/28/2004 10:31:18 PM
Close but not a winner. Where are the everyday objects arranged in an interesting composition? I dont eat cheese everyday, in fact I can't eat cheese, and I have never seen cheese eat a mouse other than in my mouse traps, nice try.
07/28/2004 10:17:44 PM
the mouse is at such an angle that it's hard to identify, great concept though!
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07/28/2004 05:30:44 PM
nice idea. the lighting makes it a little hard to get. not sure if the border helps or not. good luck.
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07/28/2004 12:17:53 PM
I like the idea. The cheese looks a bit overexposed, makes it hard to "get" the image immediately.
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