Seatrout. inspired by M joergensens article about taking pictures of jumping fish. One of my friends shot this pic, and i processed it through PS 2


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Global class! 6 It doesn't get better than this!
Excellent 5 A really great image in all respects
Above average 4 Most aspects are really good
Average 3 OK motif, OK technique but not impressing
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EXIF picture information
Camera manufacturer Canon 
Camera model Canon PowerShot G3 
Exposure time 1/400 s 
Lens focal length 7 mm 
Lens aperture f 4 
Date and time of original 2004-11-27 13:16 
Software used Adobe Photoshop CS2 Windows 










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From: Allan Overgaard · overgaard·at·  Link
Submitted January 9th 2007

Hi Randon.

The photo in its real raw image is in fact quite bad, this was the best i could get out of it.
But youre right about the crop, it could be better.
will try harder next time :-)

regards Allan

From: Randon B. Johlph  Link
Submitted January 8th 2007

This is a nice jump. The photo is blured/ shaken. Overall it would probably look better if you zoomed in or cut off all the empty space at the left (try holding a hand over the left half of the pic and see for yourself).
Youg get 4, dude!

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