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11 Responses to “Depth of Field and Rule of Thirds Period Six”


  1. 1 Kurtis
    February 20, 2009 at 1:12 pm

    Technical: 7
    I think they contrast is good, but i just want more to look at.

    Composition: 7
    They look too basic. the rules are followed good, they still came out good.

    Impact: 6
    I dont think that they have a everlasting effect, but i think they are still pretty creative.

    Commercial Viability: 5
    I like the pictures something i could imagine, seeing blown up maybe.

    Grade 6.25/10 as seen in

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  2. February 20, 2009 at 12:55 pm

    Technical: 8
    I really like this picture. The colors are all very bright and sharp.

    Composition: 5
    The picture of the fence and the field looked pretty good, i dont think i would remember either picture on its own though.

    Impact: 7
    I LOVE how there is an over all theme to the pictures. it looks good.

    Commercial Viability: 7
    this could be in a baseball/softball magazine maybe.

    Grade 6.75/10 as seen in

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  3. February 19, 2009 at 1:42 pm

    Technical: 8
    both of these poot together totally make sence, because what’s a baseball game with out the plates, and what’s a baseball field withough a fence. and overall, i think they both look good together with the frame around them and everything.

    Composition: 9
    I love how part of the fence is out of focus. and how the plate gets darker on the way out. that gives a great effect.

    Impact: 9
    i think the impact is great, with the blur, and the composition. it makes it look more intersting, more bold.

    Commercial Viability: 9
    I could definatly see this picture going somewhere.

    Grade 8.75/10 as seen in

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  4. 4 Krystal Stewart
    February 19, 2009 at 12:36 pm

    Technical: 10
    I absolutly love the coloring in this picture. It’s not to bright but not to dark either.

    Composition: 9
    I really think the balance is good too. Maybe not perfect but pretty close.

    Impact: 9
    I think it is really eye catching. Also it is really creative and I like it alot.

    Commercial Viability: 7
    Eh, i don’t think I would use it in a commercial but a magazine with a article about baseball it would be perfect, atleast i think so.

    Grade 8.75/10 as seen in

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  5. February 19, 2009 at 12:33 pm

    Technical: 10
    These ones are my favorite between the two sets. I think the color is perfect…they both pop very well. I love the sharpness too.

    Composition: 8
    I would say excellent or perhaps even perfect, but for some reason I dont like the way the base photo is placed in the picture.

    Impact: 7
    I will remember these cause they found a way to kind of burn into my mind. So thats a good sign :]

    Commercial Viability: 10
    For some reason I can see the chain link fence being used on the cover of some health info pamphlet you would find in a doctors office about “being healthy” haha.

    Grade 8.75/10 as seen in

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  6. 6 Kristin Guest
    February 19, 2009 at 12:22 pm

    Technical: 8
    I really like the base picture because the lighting is fantastic. It allows the base to be the focus of the photo. I also like the focus on the base so that you can really see the dirt on it.
    Composition: 8
    The person used the rule of thirds well. Due to the lighting, the color is well done on the base photo as well. I like the fence image I just think if the person had angled it a little more to the left it would have framed the field better. The gap in the fence picture makes me feel as if I fell through it when I look at the photo. The color is pretty good in it though.
    Impact: 9
    I definitely think I’ll remember the base photo. It’s so pleasing to the eye because of it’s lighting and position in the photo. I don’t think I’ll remember the fence photo as well though.
    Commercial Viability: 9
    The base photo could definitely be used for baseball or the “get out and play” organization. I think it would definitely look good to promote playing outside and baseball.
    Grade 8.5/10

  7. 7 Tiffany Yanoupeth
    February 17, 2009 at 6:02 pm

    Technical: 10
    The color was just right and not one part of the picture took away from another part.

    Composition: 9
    I like how the baseball diamond is really standing out and towards the dirt it starts to get darker as you look out more.

    Impact: 10
    This is a picture that would catch my eye if I was just to walk by an art gallery or something.

    Commercial Viability: 10
    I would definatley think this could be a picture on a poster for a baseball brochure or advertisment.

    Grade 9.75/10 as seen in

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  8. February 17, 2009 at 1:55 pm

    Technical: 7
    very well and put togeth image. (:

    Composition: 7
    The colors in the photo on the left are beautiful, but with the photo on the right, the composition is very bland.

    Impact: 7
    the one on the left i will remember, i guess, just because the photo is just very contrasted and pretty. The one on the right is very plain.

    Commercial Viability: 6
    I’m not really sure what it could be used for, but im sure it could be used for something. (:

    Grade 6.75/10 as seen in

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  9. February 17, 2009 at 12:42 pm

    Technical: 8
    I liked the color balance in the photos and the sharpness.

    Composition: 8
    The depth of field looked really good.

    Impact: 7
    I think this would be a photo that might be remembered.

    Commercial Viability: 8
    This was pretty good overall.

    Grade 7.75/10 as seen in

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  10. 10 Tyler Bradley
    February 17, 2009 at 12:21 pm

    Technical: 8
    I like the color in this photo because its not too dark or too bright.

    Composition: 8
    The two photos show good depth of field.

    Impact: 9
    I will remember this picture because i like the out doors and like playing the spot of baseball.

    Commercial Viability: 6
    I like the fine arts of the fience and the base.

    Grade 7.75/10 as seen in

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