Contest Results: Perspective

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Ended 01/06/12 1:15 AM GMT
Winner: 100k_xle (See the full results)

1st place
A Dream Perspective by 100k_xle

Logun7: Outstanding!! Best of luck to you in the contest:)

tigger3: Excellent manipulation E.J. Very creative, I have no idea how you do this, but I sure do like what I see. Tigs♥ =^..^=

scorpie: Fascinating post. Kudos.

icedancer: WOW & CONGRATULATIONS on you Win, it's truly an amazing piece of work.

Again Congratulations E J

100k_xle received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

2nd place
rock harbor perspective by solita17

Inkeri: Magnificent photo in every way.

ovar2008: So nice!. Happy New Year.

galaxygirl1: Beautiful capture!

mirto56: I just saw this in featured images. Wonderful Mary! Bravo.

koca: Amazing shot! Great perspective and very good composition. The colors are another story. LOL Simply wonderful. Good luck!!!

solita17 received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.

3rd place
feather by JQ

nec: Just keep playing if this is what you come up with. A very nicely taken image. Very crisp and sharp. Colors and lighting are superb. Congratulations!

garrettparkinson: The water droplet really adds perspective and a touch of
reality to your shot. Very nice.


4th place
Bow Bridge Perspective by Piner

Piner: Joanie,

Thanks for the comment,

I can't expect you to understand the photographic arts since you do fractal art, but I can explain parts of it to you and hope you absorb some of what I pass on to you for future reference when viewing photos. Who knows, you may be the first to use a certain photographic effect in your fractal art.

Not every part of every photo is supposed to be totally in focus. It is called Depth of Field (DOF) or "Bokeh" and it is done on purpose for several reasons.

1) To make a photo more pleasing to the eye by isolating the subject of the image from the background/foreground.

2) It is often employed to accentuate the distance between two or more points in the image.

3) It can be used to leave an aspect of an image up to the viewer's imagination/interpretation by hinting that something is there without having it defined by the camera.

4) Sometimes it gives a photo a dreamy quality or heightens the mood of an image.

I hope that clears up why it was not as sharp as you think it should have been.

5th place
Toy? by zunazet

bfrank: Great manip. I liked your creative thinking on this.

coram9: Nice one.

Logun7: Congratulations!!!

0930_23: Congrats on your finish in the contest David.

CDHale: I'm loving this whimisical creative shot(s). Well done, now put the toys down and get back to work!...hehe