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Lake Sebago

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Lake Sebago

Here is a lovely sunset in Maine. We took this on our roadtrip to Maine last weekend. Hope you all like it!



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Registered: November 2003
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Date: Mon May 3, 2004
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Perfect i cant find anything to fault. Id appreciate if people check out my pics in the future, and leave comments, suggestions, helpful tips, and rate them.
#1 Mon May 3, 2004 9:57pm

Thank you so very much. I saw this and probably took about 40 different shots. I've already ordered a 20X30 print of this.

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#2 Mon May 3, 2004 10:14pm

I like the serenity and soft hues plenty, and that you got the top (and bottom) of the main tree; however, that's a lot of detail-less blackness: It's really very heavy over there on the left.

If you're going to keep the text, please consider that it's actually Sebago Lake, not Lake Sebago. This is one of 14-or-so facts that I know for certain.
#3 Tue May 4, 2004 2:02am

Like it but its too weighty with the trees on the left side, needs balance.
#4 Wed May 5, 2004 2:17am

I just dont understand how this can get a 7 and a syrup could get a 6, so theres only a one mark difference between the photos, the scorings all out of wack. Its a beautiful photo, something your would likely to see in national geographic, and i think its a little perdantic about the black of the trees on the left, as i didnt even find my focus drifting to that area once whilst looking at it till i noticed the comment, as im hooked on the calm waters, the light whispy cloud sky and horizon.

Not trying to be rude or anything, but if this gets a 7 when compared to other photos in the same scoring bracket /:)

Keep at it mate, think you captured the image of serenity perfectly.
#5 Thu May 6, 2004 5:45pm

Also without professional lighting, how is he supposed to get that same image, with the same exposure but fill flash the bush?
#6 Thu May 6, 2004 6:21pm

Very well excecuted.
#7 Thu May 6, 2004 7:10pm

Scoring is not just based on the picture and whether or not it belongs on a calendar, greeting card or National Geographic (most unfortunately). Ratings are also apparently based on the time it took to capture, the trouble it took to capture, the lighting exhibited, the technical expertise required to get-it, serendipity (luck)in capturing it, the percentage possibilty of re-shooting it successfully if needed, composition, and most of all: originality.

In the comparison of Syrup to Sebago (6 to 7), it also has to do with capability and originality (have we ever seen a shot like this before before?) as well as improvement over previous posts and willingness to endure losing the competition and suffering the criticisms of strangers.
#8 Thu May 6, 2004 10:50pm

Very nice capture.I agree totally with Gary.One thing to remember about this ratings thing, a lot of it comes down to what is personally preffered.Obvious when you look at the way the voting goes in these comps.You cant please everyone.But I like this even though its not my cup of tea.
#9 Thu May 6, 2004 11:26pm

Very nice shot.
#10 Sat May 8, 2004 10:01pm

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