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  #160 Pastels
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Little light saver       ©2015 A.N.Other
Fujifilm FinePix S100FS       3rd place, 162 points
13s, f5.59, ISO 200, ?, ?, ?, ?
 
Post-Processing: Cropped
Sharpened
Hue adjustment
Slight clone tool
Darkened shadows
Resized
      Extra Info: This solar powered lamp is made of many small pieces of painted glass that are glued together to form a bowl shape.
 
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artsy
Jul 29, 2015
    I loved this one from the start, congrats Artsy

Mepo
Jul 28, 2015
    Congrats on 3rd place. I'm guessing your parents lights were spooky because you had to sneak beer or something past them LOL

mrsawyer
Jul 28, 2015
    Congrats on your bronze finish!

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mrsawyer
Jul 27, 2015
    I think a closer crop to remove some of the top and right side would have made this more of a pastel scene. Try it and see what you think. May make my favs anyway!

A.N.Other
Jul 27, 2015
    Thank you all for the great comments :-)

Mepo - No I hadn't. But looking at it now, if I had rotated the photo and turned the lamp upside down before photographing it, it would look very much like my parents old wall lights in their hall/landing (without the colours)...spooky!

Lo
Jul 27, 2015
    What a beautiful lantern. You've done a great job of capturing the light and the reflection.

jomari
Jul 27, 2015
    What a beautiful piece. I love the way the light projects the coloured pattern onto the supporting surface.

Mepo
Jul 26, 2015
    Casting a very attractive image. On theme and well composed. Did you think of flipping it vertically?

RobertLavker
Jul 26, 2015
    Well done and certainly shows pastels. Nicely exposed - good job.

A.N.Other
Jul 26, 2015
    Thank you so much all for your kind comments.

eagle1 and drivingback - You are both so right. I just tried what you said and much preferred it though it isn't so obvious what we are seeing. That will teach me for rushing in an entry so late and not experimenting with different crops.

aoc46 - The 'washed out' area below the bowl is like that as it was brighter due to being so close to the lights. I guess if I had a DSLR this effect would have been reduced with the increased exposure latitude.
Edited on Jul 27, 2015

drivingback
Jul 26, 2015
    I like this a lot. The pastel colors are super and the patterns are amazing! I was thinking of cropping out from the lid of the vase/jar to the top of the frame and this can become a very strong abstract. Still this is very well done!

aoc46
Jul 26, 2015
    Nice composition; like the color in the bowl. Area below the bowl seems a little washed-out, but that could be just its natural color. ("Solar-powered lamp"? There used to be a joke about solar-powered flashlights, but I guess they actually have such things now.)
Edited on Jul 26, 2015

Edward
Jul 25, 2015
    One of the few entries that IMO really meets the theme of what "pastel" color means. I think you could have actually cropped of the top 30% and made a more powerful "pastel" statement.

wrosenthal
Jul 25, 2015
    Great color, lighting and composition. A favorite.

dk
Jul 25, 2015
    nicely composed. Perhaps inc DOF and capture front edge of image in focus

forkcandles
Jul 24, 2015
    great shot .
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