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"LuC" a dorsal view
10/12/2004 12:12:06 PM
"LuC" a dorsal view
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Comment by dipaulk:
I hesitate to make comments since I am obviously not an expert, but here goes: the photo meets the challenge and is in good focus. It is just my opinion that a photo should be able to "stand alone" apart from the challenge (not sure that makes sense, in other words, it should be a good subject even if you don't know what challenge it was entered into). I felt that was where this photo was a little weak -- I couldn't see it having meaning apart from the challenge.
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"LuC" a dorsal view
10/09/2004 12:51:37 PM
"LuC" a dorsal view
by AltPro

Comment by riotspyne:
good shot
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"LuC" a dorsal view
10/06/2004 12:36:09 PM
"LuC" a dorsal view
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Comment by saintaugust:
makes me wonder...
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"LuC" a dorsal view
10/06/2004 05:34:14 AM
"LuC" a dorsal view
by AltPro

Comment by KiwiChris:
Ahhhhh. From the thumbnail I couldn't figure out what this was... This would have worked for touch as well, I can almost feel it. Oh, hang on... Appologies to your model for that statement. The lighting seems a little dull, but I like the idea, and definately a unique angle/point of view. 7
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"the touch"  a portrait of love after dark
09/22/2004 08:04:33 PM
"the touch" a portrait of love after dark
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Comment by livingfiction:
This image is great, love the soft greys and textures of the armrest and the edge of the pillow.
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"the touch"  a portrait of love after dark
09/22/2004 01:08:25 AM
"the touch" a portrait of love after dark
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Comment by cycloxslug:
kinda grainy, and i think strict b/w would be more effective than sepia. Nice lighting, but I would love to see more contrast from front to back.
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