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keithsnell

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Voting for "Critters" Assignment
« on: June 30, 2008, 08:24:26 AM »
The images submitted for the "Critters" assignment are displayed below.  Please vote on your favorite image for the "Peoples Choice" award.  Simply select the image title in the "poll" attached at the top of this thread, and click "submit vote."  Voting will end at midnight, Mountain Daylight Time (GMT-07:00) on Sunday, 6 July 2008.

Remember that the guidelines for the "Critters" assignment were:  "The subject can be of any kind of 'critter.'  Your image should tell a story, convey meaning, or evoke an emotional response in the viewer.  'Behavioral' shots that illustrate a unique behavior are always more interesting.   When photographing animals, remember that the eyes are the most important element in the composition and therefore should be in focus.  A 'catch light' in the eye will add life to the image.  Wait until the 'critter' is positioned so that the light reflects off their eye, or use fill flash to create your own catch light.  Don't forget to use the techniques from other assignments (isolation, color, motion) to reinforce the message in the image."


Slow beauty   


Peekaboo


Gary The Snail.


Miss. Kitttty.


Toad


I See You


Ruby-Throated Hummingbird


Hidden


Horses Eye


Cindy


Mule Deer


Spoiled Rotten


Munching on Lupines at Sunset


School Picture