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Contest Results: Colors of Nature

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Ended 11/03/10 4:15 AM GMT
Winner: Jay_Underwood (See the full results)


1st place
Forest of October by Jay_Underwood

soccerjenn96: Beautiful! I live in Rochester, NY so am familiar with the area you took this.

gaeljet2: nice

wheedance: The light and golden tone are lovely! Congrats!

busybottle: Jay
Really nice! A great scene with the lighting and Fall colours! Love that nice blue sky!
Paul

Jay_Underwood received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.


3rd place
Perch Upon a Rainbow by aboogie

wheedance: So cool that the school is doing this! Lovely shot. Congrats!

robtrapp47: Wonderful close up and Halloween colors too.

BosNana: I love all the color and the butterfly is so clear, it stands right out! Very nice!

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4th place
Changing Colors of Autumn by espinosa6pack

purmusic: Very nicely composed image.


Going to be bold here, you ready?

I am going to guess that you were dealing with a somewhat problematic sky here. As in, possibly over-exposed.

If so, some creative food for thought for you on the note of exposure:

"Exposure - Film and light record image"

Or:

;o)


/\ Kidding a bit in the above.

Mind you, there are a myriad of ways and image editing tutorials on the 'how to stuff'.


You've balanced out the blues in the sky with their counterpart; reflections on the water ... well. (Compositionally speaking, that is.)

What has seemed to happen is that by uppingthe colour saturation ... some details are lost.

So, my counsel/advice (friendly) here, would be to dial that back some.


However, and with that said?

Artisitic licence taken? Of course, I can respect that.

:o)


5th place
Burnished Bark by Silvanus

avedeloff: Nature does it's own abstract art for us. A great shot.

LynEve: Congratulations on your well deserved placement in the Colours of Nature contest :)
A most unique image !

luckyshot: Steve - A cool effect - a good eye to see it, a skillful capture. Thad