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James
01/10/2007 02:28:00 PM
James
by Shadowi6

Comment:
A bold attempt, so I give you credit for the mere creativity. I think I would lightly burn the torso, though, as it is so much more washed out than the rest of the face.
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Dayton
01/10/2007 02:20:52 PM
Dayton
by brownsm

Comment:
It's a timeless expression on the subject's face, but the lighting on the features makes this look slightly overexposed. I might try lightly burning the cheeks and chin regions to bring out those freckles, too.
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The Drunken Master
01/10/2007 02:06:16 PM
The Drunken Master
by tiby_dicu

Comment:
Lovely idea and nice composition...but not as well-executed as it might have been. It's a bit too grainy and ill-focused to persuade me.
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Liz
01/10/2007 02:04:53 PM
Liz
by dsa157

Comment:
Very flattering, but for my artistic taste (entirely subjective), this feels too "posed" and hence "unnatural" for me. The subject's expression is nice...though distant.
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... the boyfriend blues ...
01/10/2007 02:03:40 PM
... the boyfriend blues ...
by roz

Comment:
Beautifully executed, and the post-processing really draws the focus squarely to the eyes.
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what is on man's mind
01/10/2007 02:02:33 PM
what is on man's mind
by eirasi

Comment:
Very well executed composition here. My only complaint (and it's a matter of artistic opinion, not photographic composition): the shadows feel TOO dark, especially in the eye. I rated this one a 7.
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Pure Portrait
01/10/2007 02:00:49 PM
Pure Portrait
by crowis

Comment:
A bit blurry on the facial details (esp. the the nose and eyes)...and it doesn't quite look intentional. One approach I use to help make it look intentional is to apply a "diffuse" filter to the entire image. Otherwise, though, this is a very flattering image. Thanks for sharing it!
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Miss Amy - Photographer...Friend
01/10/2007 01:59:15 PM
Miss Amy - Photographer...Friend
by rayg544

Comment:
It looks to me like a higher crop on the bottom would have made this a more flattering portrait of the subject, without losing the nice effect of those railroad tracks in the background. I love the lighting, though.
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The 13th Day...the aftermath.
01/09/2007 11:47:41 PM
The 13th Day...the aftermath.
by annependleton

Comment:
This was one of my favorite submissions for this challenge, even if the interpretation is a bit of a stretch for me. This is a wonderful example of tasteful digital transformation of what might otherwise be a mediocre photo into something truly special. Keep up the good work, and I hope to see other experiments of this sort in the Free Studies in the future!
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I hate bills...
01/08/2007 05:50:22 PM
I hate bills...
by thegrandwazoo

Comment:
Interesting perspective. I'm not entirely persuaded because of the "busy-ness" of the foreground, though. Would you consider making everything but the "past due" black and white?
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