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Greeeeeeeeeeen! *
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<b>4th Place</b><br><b>Greeeeeeeeeeen! *</b><br> by Vikas
January 5, 2006 Vikas

4th Place
Greeeeeeeeeeen! *
by Vikas

In case anyone missed the dominant colour in this pic.......... please refer to the title ;-)


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Guest 14-Jan-2006 03:43
great image. as olaf.dk said, it may have a slight too much contrast. but to me it is only a bother in the right hand corner. the prominent pea pod looks pretty perfect. i really like this.
Olaf.dk11-Jan-2006 05:13
I kind of like the saturation, but I think the contrast is a bit too much. The highlights in the peas should not go all the way white, in my opinion. Very nice composition!
Michael Puff09-Jan-2006 05:57
Always strong work from you, Vikas, and this is no exception. The composition here is really wonderful but I too find it just a tad oversaturated. -Michael
Canon DSLR Challenge07-Jan-2006 18:14
LOL! It works bc it does look intentionall oversaturated. If it were a tad less, it would look like it was mistakenly oversaturated. As with all the rules, if you intend on breaking them, absolutely shatter them, so there is no doubt of your intention. ~ Lonnit
Canon DSLR Challenge07-Jan-2006 07:02
Thanks all and yes Lonnit, wasnt going to take any chances with this one LOL. Yup it is a tad oversaturated (did a +25 on saturation) but dont know, kind of like it like this. Did experiment with reduced saturation but still prefer it this way..... :-)

Thanks again everyone.

Cheers, Vikas.
Canon DSLR Challenge06-Jan-2006 20:23
I think Vikas wasn't taking any chances on this one qualifying, hence the supersaturation! LOL! ;) Great shot, as usual. :) ~ Lonnit
Canon DSLR Challenge06-Jan-2006 12:05
Strong and engaging, but I do agree it is a smidge too saturated. A technique to suggest: Use a mask on a Hue/Sat layer and brush in just 1-2 areas of over-saturation (say, the three peas that immediately grab one's eyes). Still saturate the rest of it, but dial it back a notch or two. But, again, strong and engaging. And definitely on topic [*sMiLe*]. --Mr. Biscuit
Canon DSLR Challenge05-Jan-2006 23:42
yep it looks so great now! I appreciate the saturated effect.

-Techo
Guest 05-Jan-2006 23:11
Nicely done. a genuine photo that is right on topic.
Canon DSLR Challenge05-Jan-2006 21:51
wow! this sure does scream Green! Peas can't look any better than this. Great compo on this one but just a tad too saturated for my tastes but I bet I'll get used to it.

-Techo :)