© Chris Boubalos


Uploaded: September 07, 2004


Pomegranates and a tea spoon.
Artificial light, autolevels and -4 hue on PS.


Rebecka Franklin September 09, 2004

Hi Chris! I saw your question in the Q&A and thought I would check out your gallery. I love the color in this photo! You might want to think of the depth of field. The pometanates in the foreground are out of focus and it is just a little distracting to the pometanates on the spoon. Or maybe not haveing as much of the out of focus pomegrantes in the frame. I like the contrast in the red on white background. #167119

Chris Boubalos September 09, 2004

Rebecka your comment was so helpfull and precise. I now see clearly what looked wrong with this.
Thank you. #765279

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