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Janet Detota January 08, 2005

I like it! The blue background is great and the comp is excellent! Also love the pitcher you used and how the light catches in the water. Fabulous job! #203317

David Whitcher January 08, 2005

Thank you Janet. It really does mean a lot comeing from you. I checked our your gallery and really admire your work.

Keep looking up. #1023309

Mata Patan February 26, 2005

Hi David! Nice to meet you!
I just had a look to your gallery! Thanks for your comment on mine, it gave me the possibility to know you! Congratulations for this seems a bit my strawberry's one!
I will remember your name, my brother's one is the same, he is a member on Betterphoto too.
Keep on shooting you will collect other satisfactions and by the end of the year your desire will come true! #1135503

David Whitcher February 26, 2005

Thank you Mata for your greeting and kind words. Keep looking up. #1135527

Phillip R. Connolly February 27, 2005

David I really like this one, the composition, colour and simplicity all make for a strong image. One of the things I miss with our A85 is the ability to use off the camera flash so that you can change the angle the light comes from. This shot has worked really well though and it is deserving of the finalist award.

Cangratulations, Phil #1137364

anna nielsen May 22, 2005

Very refreshing to look at, very well taken! Your finalist placing is well deserved. #1379198

Karacan Salkuci (Kalacay) November 26, 2006

Beautiful image. #3635263

Bill Wyatt December 11, 2006

Very creative, congratulations, David! #3690665

Gary Lange December 12, 2006

This shot is OUTSTANDING, David!! Way to go! #3694831

Mary E. Heinz April 27, 2007

Great image..for the technical info..
I love the "towel" backdrop..
Did you have the ISO set low to make the water "freeze" in motion? #4219477

April 27, 2007

I love this David. And as for your bio-GOD bless us all! #4219532

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The water is the original, absolutely no photoshop on it.

16.2 mm, 1/500, F4.8. It was done in the kitchen sink with a blue bath towel as the backdrop. There was a yellow sponch sitting on the sink. If you look closely, it's reflection in the water looks like a rubber ducky.

Uploaded on January 08, 2005 Photo Contest Finalist

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