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(5 years and 1112 days ago)
Pretty simple actually. It was a 15 sec exposure I left the queen in the starting and ending positions for 6 sec a piece and that left 3 sec for the slide using a black glove, that's why the left side of the board is a bit darker, you're seeing the ghosting of the glove.
Impressive, either way.
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(5 years and 1110 days ago)
Nice shot... but you need to do that pour the wine and fill the lower glasses with the overflow thing
Achooo...sorry. Beautiful entry.
ya i agree with kyricom but it would be more difficult to balance with more creativity in such theme.. but it would be more impressive though if you could have done what kyricom said. still it so nice with good balance
I like this.... but it looks to be leaning a little.
You are right captgeo.It needs 0,6 CCW.Thought i had it straight!
I can't edit this now that the contests are ended but next time i 'll be more careful.
I like this shot a lot, rule of thirds would have been a good choice I suppose.
Not sure what you mean. Should i raise the spoon more?
or lower it
But that's up to you author, I do not want to tell what ppl MUST do, just give my opinion. In the end it is your entry and you should do what suits you best
I kinda like it where its at cause its right above the middle so its kinda rule of thirds but i couldnt go lower cause there wasnt much more sugar above it. I was tryin to pour really close so not to make a mess but even that was unsuccessful. Lol oh well such is life.
were you really pouring the sugar or is this just the affect you were trying to give? Just curious
Yes i was really pouring sugar. I was doing a 4 or 6 second exposure. You would have laughed at my atttempts though cause i had times where i poured a crap load out and it got everywhere. Its my lack of patience and pouring slow isnt easy for me. Drives me nuts! Lol
This is a cool shot and I like it a lot (although the thirds advice is good) - but it is not a "stack"
Mark you are absolutely right it's not a stack at all, I'd say it's more of a pile now if only this contest were called piling up... oh wait
so who was under the spoon with their mouth open? lol
Yep, you're right, Adam. My bad, author
Its ok Mark. I understand you tryin to throw me under the bus. I still luv ya. . And K... My baby was tryin to get it but she had to fight me for it.
so how did you get a pitch black background? I've been wondering this about a lot of entries...I doubt everybody has a studio with a black sheet behind their shot...
Iy was done in a studio. Gots me one set up in the babies room. Not sure where the babies gonna sleep if we ever have one though... Maybe the garage? Lol ne way i did have a black bckgrnd for this but there are other ways. Like a black sheet, having direct flash on a subject with the background for enough away it bkackens out upon flash, or um... Ya know... I would ask itsmymoment. He's pretty good about getting back with a good answer.
(5 years and 1106 days ago)
Don't sneeze, don't open a door, don't speak and don't move. Preperation and lighting well done. Pretty centered; might consider little cropping (2/3).
Don't have kids around 'helping' either...
I could only get to 91 coins before they toppled. 100 was elusive. Old house and uneven floors. (5 years and 1110 days ago)
GRRRRRRRRRR... that's the exact shot I was doing! Oh well, great job. Good luck
If I can get over 100, I'll still post it.
dang it! I was going to do this one tonight to show that the coins would look so much better on a black background. snooze you lose right great job!
Go for it everybody. This is competition is meant to be fun. I think a technique to help stack higher would be accomplished by stacking up against an open book (open at 90 degrees) and then pulling the book away when you reach the limit. My stacks remained stable around 90 and the one more quarter changed the whole dynamics. Good luck.
Have been collecting quarters of the 50 states for my nephew's coin book. I need to finish it or turn in the coins.
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