Make : NIKON CORPORATION
Model : NIKON D80
Date Time Original : 2008-10-26 08:10:11
Focal Length : 50/1
Exposure Time : 1/1000
F Number : 2.0
Iso Speed Ratings : 200
Metering Mode : 2
White Balance : 1
Focal Length In35mm Film : 75
Orientation : 1
X Resolution : 300.000000
Y Resolution : 300.000000
Software : Adobe Photoshop CS3 Windows
Published: Sunday 26th of October 2008 02:32:57 AM
Very nice composition.Also, depth and pink colors very harmonious..Best regards..
very good angle and good composition! full of meaning-which is important
Well done..... I like the use of the pink chalk and the pink skirt. Nicely done.
Excellent composition and deep of field, colors match nicely together. Great image. I like it a lot. Regards
Giuseppe di Pietrantonio
Very nice image and composition..Regards from Rome
Lovely and very evocative image... i like it a lot!
I love it...it makes me want to join in on the fun.
Great Picture I like the composition and the colors. She is almost in the sky. Regards, Claude
What a fun shot!
fabulous I like it alot, perfect, square crooping is the right choice for this picture, keeping my eyes on the essential, the pink lines and the jump of the little girl. beautiful one.
Another nice capture using a similar theme as the "jump rope" image...very nicely composed and nice use of available lighting...a classic representation of childhood. Well done
Amy, This is just a beautiful image! So much more is said by what is not in the image than what is - it captures the feeling so completely that words themselves could not do a better job of it. Occasionally I see an image such as this that makes me completely jealous of the person who took it - the type of image that just stops you dead in your tracks. I can feel myself turning green.... Just fantastic! (On a side note, your unbrella image below is lovely - great treatment) Mark
Simply marvelous, I think Mark above put it in words so well!
Not Here Anymore
Amy... I agree with Mark and I'm quite green also! It's just perfect - no more words... Mike
Great shot Amy...definitely belongs in a magazine. Great colors and comp. You are a master of the square. Congrats!
Hopscotch Comments and critiques welcome. Thanks! :-)