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DeviantArtSecret Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2009
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ForeverStock Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2008
I have featured this piece in the article Stockers 50/50! Hope you don't mind! =D
shalpin Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2006
I'd disagree with the criticism above - I think you've done an excellent job here, nothing to be improved.

When I first saw this image, I realized that there was something other than just the folds of the sheet, but I couldn't tell what. Even at full view, it takes a moment to 'click': but this adds to the beauty of it.

If it was obvious from the initial view, I probably would have just moved on and not given it a second look. If it wasn't obvious enough, then I would have moved on too, not realizing there was more to it. It's a difficult balance to hold the eye's interest but yet still make the viewer look at the image more deeply. You've hold that balance perfectly.

I think maybe the critic just missed the subtlety of it. To me, it stands as an image by itself - great stock, thankyou for posting it.
poroxide-stock Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2005
thats really kool
moonlitdreamer-stock Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2005   Photographer
have i ever told you how much you scare me sometimes?

i like it
korndeathangel666 Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2005
I think this stock is fine. It is a great concept. :)
Ra1Der Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
Coool idea, I presume your under the blanket trapped? a high contrast would emphasise this.
larafairie Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2005  Professional Photographer
It's stock if you hadn't noticed, you keep saying how I could improve but it's not the point in the case of it being stock, just wanted you to know.
Ra1Der Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
Appologies if you found that negative but I am trying to be constructive all the same. As for the comments given, they were still aimed at stock images. I dare say you'll get thousands of people using it to high degrees, as you seem to be very popular! Its just that I think the images could have been improved even for stock from my comments given. Sorry if I caused any offence.
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August 24, 2005
Image Size
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Camera Data

Shutter Speed
1/40 second
Focal Length
8 mm
Date Taken
Aug 27, 2004, 7:34:47 AM