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18-Oct

18-Oct

Montréal, Canada

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Canon PowerShot SD300
1/60s f/4.0 at 12.1mm hide exif
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Date/Time06-Sep-2006 17:16:22
MakeCanon
ModelCanon PowerShot SD300
Flash UsedNo
Focal Length12.1 mm
Exposure Time1/60 sec
Aperturef/4
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Kaden Kratzer19-Apr-2007 05:28
So unbelievably good. The composition and the treatment is like Woah!!! Voted
chris25-Oct-2006 17:28
Wow. Terrific treatment of a very odd, but oddly compelling, subject.
Bill Harris20-Oct-2006 13:06
Remarkable Craig. Your treatments are amazing.
Peg O'Brien19-Oct-2006 22:41
I am not liking this one, Craig. It's very good and it's very realistic. I'm just not real fond of death. :)
Steve England19-Oct-2006 20:43
Graphic and brill Craig..v.
When I was a kid there was an advert in the UK for road safety..featuring "Tufty the squirrel" to help kids cross the road.
If this was him I guess age and the wheels of a car have taken their toll.
JD19-Oct-2006 16:34
Blood is simply here an excellent arte fact that provides this perfect dark stains to better see the clear parts. The toning is fabulous. Great work, Craig. Voted.
Kal Khogali19-Oct-2006 14:17
As with all tragedies, tainted with a hint of beauty ;-)K
Guest 19-Oct-2006 11:23
WOW - you've given death color and texture and a reality
Ana Carloto O'Shea19-Oct-2006 10:16
I think your choice of image treatment was the best possible for this shot. It gave it an aura of mystery that surpasses the "death" bluntness and I must confess that from the thumbnail I could never have guess what the photo was about....
Congratulations Craig.
Stu Egan19-Oct-2006 07:18
Stunning work - something beautiful created out of something grim.
AL19-Oct-2006 06:56
Really sad... But I'm glad it's not in bloody color :-( Agree with Eckhart, the harsh texture and monochrome tone made the death "natural", back to the earth.
fred_il19-Oct-2006 05:06
stunning treatment!
Kevin Sargent19-Oct-2006 03:23
"Beautifully" composed. Very smart and well done.
david procter19-Oct-2006 03:13
Disturbing, reminds me of catherine d's dead dog sin which is still lingering in my subconscious.
Lester Weiss19-Oct-2006 01:53
speaking of disturbing, craig :)
nice stark contrast befitting of the subject matter
laine8219-Oct-2006 00:55
Sad but true. Excellent shot,& treatment, Craig.
De'Carr Studio19-Oct-2006 00:26
Excellent treatment, Craig. vote
TimA19-Oct-2006 00:20
I like how in your processing he is about to be captured by the slowly enveloping darknesss.
Roe..19-Oct-2006 00:13
excellent treatment and toning..the ending is still quite beautiful..v
Christine P. Newman18-Oct-2006 23:46
The light and monochrome treatment are fantastic... the subject too.
olivier bruning18-Oct-2006 23:30
fantastic treatment, fabulous shot.loVe it!!
Eckhart Derschmidt18-Oct-2006 23:23
The eternal circle of life and death. The dead squirrel has already become reunited with the environment - at least in your treatment! Great shot!
faye white18-Oct-2006 23:09
excellent toning and comp - mysterious!
Michel CORBOZ18-Oct-2006 22:52
Scarry shot!
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