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Upside down
05/24/2008 10:50:00 PM
Upside down
by gaurav

Comment:
This is great. Kind of abstract, very minimalist. I could see this hanging on my wall.
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IMG_0074 copy3.jpg
04/15/2008 02:22:13 AM
IMG_0074 copy3.jpg
by christie3

Comment:
Nice use of cross processing (I assume?) and the angle is very dynamic. I love people with freckles :D
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Sutcliffe's Apartments
12/31/2007 01:36:38 AM
Sutcliffe's Apartments
by Imagineer

Comment:
There's something very atmospheric about this image. I'm pleasantly surprised to see it in the top ten, as it's not a very traditional "DPC" image, I think, but I still think it should have scored higher. Will hold a nice place in my favorites.
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12/12/2007 12:33:11 AM

by Shermy

Comment:
I just LOVE the color tones and the subtle lighting. Mighty fine.
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Roxy Roller
12/12/2007 12:31:21 AM
Roxy Roller2nd Place
by Shermy

Comment:
Oh my gosh!
Uber congratulations are in order.
You so deserved it :D
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Cats and Dogs
12/06/2007 08:21:35 PM
Cats and Dogs
by Jutilda

Comment:
What a clever composition.
I love the way you used the texture here, it gives it a very film-esque kind of quality, and definitely adds to the wonderful mood.
Photographer found comment helpful.
Girl
12/06/2007 08:16:01 PM
Girl
by Jutilda

Comment:
What a wonderfully moody and emotive image.
I love the processing, of course.
Very nice.
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Through the (Ground) Looking Glass
12/05/2007 01:39:49 AM
Through the (Ground) Looking Glass
by twilson944

Comment:
I'm not 100% sure what I'm looking at, but I sure dig it.
Reminds me of the top view of a twin-reflex camera, oldschool.
I'm also curious as to how you set all this up.
Also, great use of shallow DOF around your shoulders. It gives it that extra little detail, and makes your portrait remind me of vintage film photographs.
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Looking for something
12/05/2007 01:36:40 AM
Looking for something1st Place
by renefunk

Comment:
Cue the obligatory "WOW".
This looks almost surreal.
An excellent example of HDR and shnazzy lighting at it's best.
This had better have a ribbon next to it within the week.
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Rickshaw Driver
12/05/2007 01:34:12 AM
Rickshaw Driver
by TOY

Comment:
Gorgeous lighting and most excellent studio setup. Smoke shots get me every time.
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