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© Creagency :: David Zimand
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  • Companion
  • beloved tennis ball
Photo Info
UploadedJuly 20, 2008
TakenJuly 14, 2008
MakeSigma
ModelSIGMA DP1
Exposure1/320 sec at f/7.1
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length16.6 mm
ISO100
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6 responses

  • Nexhmedin Gashi

    Nexhmedin Gashi said (19 Jul 2008):

    great shoot

  • Alexis Lein

    Alexis Lein (Deleted) said (10 Oct 2008):

    I mean absolutely no offense, but this one looks a bit over edited. Other than that it's lovely, love the sky/beach! =)

  • Chelsea Rising

    Chelsea Rising   gave props (14 Oct 2008):

    wow great photo - voted

  • Andrada R.

    Andrada R. said (23 Oct 2008):

    I don't get it, I thought jpg was about slightly retouching, not editing the beejesus out of a picture

  • Creagency :: David Zimand

    Creagency :: David Zimand said (23 Oct 2008):

    this photo is not edited by a bee named jesus.
    it is actually "minimally processed" if dodging and burning are allowed. If those darkroom style techniques are forbidden as on a fine art print - well, geez, that's not how I learned photography. Ansel Adams was quite fond of dodging, burning, pushing, pulling, using different papers that give a photo a different look, contrast, sharpness, and there are different developers, films, etc. all which are/were considered minimal alterations and acceptable. If my ever so slight modifications are considered "heavily photoshopped" then something is quite amiss.

  • Andrada R.

    Andrada R. said (24 Oct 2008):

    you misunderstood, I'm not against any kind of processing, I'm against jpg guidelines who state they are all for retouching but not over-editing, when this is clearly not a real issue for them
    I have nothing against your photography, I didn't even say I don't like it, it so happens it's one of the few children photos I like around here, but I just think we should be more honest and admit jpg is for bees and dragonflies as well as for photoshopped pictures.
    and I personally hate pet and food shots, that photo was submitted just as an experiment... I'm glad somebody from this community chose to say something against it.. pity it was only picked out just because you wanted to show me I'm not so high and mighty :)... which, of course, I'm not.
    and no, I don't feel better about myself when I criticize other people's work

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