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Self-Censored
09/27/2004 03:10:50 PM
Self-Censored
by annasense

Comment:
I don't quite see how this is much of a political statement or much of a social statement. If you had perhaps held the 'Modest(y)' sign vertically to the left of the photo, revealing it all, so to speak, the shot, in my opinion, would take on a greater political and or social commentary meaning.

As it stands, the image provides little more then a statement of the American Status Quo. It is an affirmation of that which already exists in American Society. There is no challenge to my American values in this image.

That being said, the image is quite nicely captured and post processed. Based on the 'Nude II' topic challenge, I personally would have scored this a 9. I really like that amount that has been captured in the image, the slight tilt of your head, the slight grain to the image, the background. To me, it is a very well composed image.

I like this image.
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Downtown Diner
08/20/2004 11:45:51 AM
Downtown Diner
by L1

Comment:
I like the 'grit' of the city you capture in this image. The angle is very nice as well. You chose a good time to go and shoot this neon sign. I am fairly sure this wouldn't have had the same impact on me if shot at night.
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Green River (Water Chestnuts)
08/19/2004 10:30:38 AM
Green River (Water Chestnuts)
by Neil

Comment:
This is a nice landscape photo. I would play with the blue levels a bit to bring the sky a more attractive blue tone. I like the vibrancy of the green as well. This is a decent landscape shot that I could see in a magazine, book and possibly hanging in someone's home.

Unfortunately, I am unable to see what plant life is the primary subject of this image, which takes it out of the context of the challenge. Is it the tree that is cut off on the right and top of the image? Is it the grass? The bushes?

Because of the lack of a clear central subject, such as a single type of plant clearly dominating the image, like a field of the same type of flower or plant shot tight enough to exclude most everything else from the image, I am unable to score this image very high.
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Knee On Lights
08/18/2004 10:02:16 PM
Knee On Lights
by GeneralE

Comment:
Great concept, it;s just unfortunate that the shot isn't perfectly in focus. The lighting seems a bit off as well. The world needs more people that think outside the box like this.

I wish I could tell you how to fix up this shot, if you were looking to reshoot it. All I know is that there would be a bunch of experimenting.
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N. Tetra
08/18/2004 09:59:47 PM
N. Tetra
by photom

Comment:
Very nice capture, it also a very interesting angle that you have here. Keep this line of thinking up. Nice capture of the fish.
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Ne 20.180
08/18/2004 04:45:04 PM
Ne 20.180
by cooliak

Comment:
Very unique take on this challenge. Hitting the Periodic Table of Elements is an excellent choice. I also like the use of the highlighter to bring out the subject.

Great shot, nice DOF use as well.
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Yoga Bouquet
08/18/2004 03:31:45 PM
Yoga Bouquet
by Brad

Comment:
I really want to see how you did this. Did you zoom in or out the lense/camera while this image was being captured?

It is a nice caputre of color and is definately a neon subject. The only issues I see is the extra dead space in the top of the image and the cutting off of the bottom of the subject. It almost looks as if the whole subject could have been in the image if the camera was physically higher then it was.
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Shark Bait....Boo Ha Ha
08/18/2004 03:28:44 PM
Shark Bait....Boo Ha Ha
by foxycoxy2au

Comment:
The border pisses me off. It is to bright and destracting.

The rest of the image is quite nice. I like the way you were able to capture the fish without being slapped with the issues common to fishtank photography.

I am sorry if my initial statement sounded very harsh, but it was the first thing that popped into my head when your image loaded and I think it is important that you are aware of initial reactions to your work, once I got past the border the rest of the image is very nice.
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Waterscape
08/18/2004 02:28:02 PM
Waterscape
by moodville

Comment:
Very nice image.

The crispness of this image is excellent. This is something that I am definately going to have to give a go.
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Grazing Field
08/18/2004 02:25:40 PM
Grazing Field
by moodville

Comment:
Wow, if this is the results of getting lost, I just have to say that you should do so more often. The colors are quite vibrant and really make this image shine.

This is something I can imagine seeing on the wall of someone's home.
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