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Jean


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Four (Classic Editing)
Camera: Olympus C-4040Z
Location: My other home in Cape Town
Date: Dec 21, 2002
Aperture: 1/2
ISO: 100
Shutter: F10
Galleries: Abstract, Still Life
Date Uploaded: Dec 21, 2002

4 silver spoons photographed with the reflections of the pebbles on the wall.

Statistics
Place: 5 out of 151
Avg (all users): 6.5263
Avg (commenters): 7.8333
Avg (participants): 6.3187
Avg (non-participants): 6.7172
Views since voting: 1979
Votes: 190
Comments: 16
Favorites: 5 (view)


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09/08/2005 06:30:10 AM
love it!
12/30/2002 12:21:16 AM
Beautiful shot--well done
 Comments Made During the Challenge
12/29/2002 12:51:48 PM
This is such a cool shot! Sure hope you do a tutorial on it. Your choice of a border color was genius. Can't think of anything else to say except 10.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
12/28/2002 08:34:18 AM
The first time I saw it, I thought those aren't spoons.
12/27/2002 07:27:17 PM
Interesting abstract. I like it.
12/27/2002 01:07:58 PM
Great use of reflection
12/26/2002 12:02:44 PM
Ooooh, Gorgeous!
12/26/2002 11:22:56 AM
So futuristic!
12/26/2002 10:15:09 AM
An excellent idea, well executed, a great shot.
12/26/2002 02:00:53 AM
One of my 2 10's for this challenge. Great reflections, what are those... rocks? might have been cool if you had reflected the number 4, but a really cool photo anyway. Good luck!
12/25/2002 01:56:44 PM
My favourite this week. Everything is splendid: composition, colours, focus and border. Well done! Hope you win.
12/24/2002 07:05:13 PM
What is this reflections of? Flower pot pebbles? This is absolutely beautiful. I just wish you had not cropped of the ends of the two spoons. I would rather you cropped off some of the handles. But I'm still trying to figure out how you did this unless you turned the picture upside down after taking the photo from the bottom side as you held the spoons over a bowl of pebbles. I just think I came up with a way to do it. This is a 10 in my book, and I bet a lot of others too. PTL
  Photographer found comment helpful.
12/24/2002 03:29:29 PM
This image has a beautiful pleasant warm metal feel. I like that as opposed to the frequent cold metal touch. The pebbles repeat the spoon curves appropriately.The juting corner is an interesting contrasting visual element. There seem to be at least three colours in that polygon bit. Personally I would prefer just one simple tone instead of those three. If you make a roof cone of translucent sheet above your subject this could eliminate all distracting room elements ( if you had wished to do so ) . I also would have eliminated the bluish marbles. Just brownish rocks for my personal tastes. I also like how you overlapped portions of the spoons. In heaven I would magically arrange it so that the dark spoon edge would overlap the adjacent handle but the clear shiny edge between adjacent bowls would not touch. These are just minor suggestions in an otherwise gorgeous image. Thank you for aiming high for originality. ...7
  Photographer found comment helpful.
12/24/2002 01:37:22 PM
okay
12/23/2002 07:52:51 PM
Very neat abstract, almost seems like jellyfish at the bottom of a deep ocean :) jpg could have been at a better quality, or perhaps the artifacts are a product of oversharpening? Can't tell the difference yet... nice shot!
  Photographer found comment helpful.
12/23/2002 01:19:52 PM
Interesting image


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