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Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
01/08/2008 02:10:27 PM
Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
by twade1

Comment by twade1:
I would like to let everyone here know that I owe Dr. Confuser a huge apology. I sent him a personal message and it was a complete misunderstanding on my part. His reply to me spoke volumes about this integrity and his character and I would like to humbly apologize for my rude and obnoxious commentary. Thank you all
Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
01/08/2008 01:00:44 PM
Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
by twade1

Comment by Dr.Confuser:
Originally posted by twade1:

Originally posted by Dr.Confuser:

I generally don't prefer listing editing steps as the title. If the photo won't stand alone, listing heroic editing steps doesn't raise my opinion of the photo. If it was a good subject, reshoot it without over exposing it. This is a photography contest, not a photoshop heroics contest.


I'm sorry I just don't get the point of such a mean spirited comment. I, personally, would appreciate it if you would just not bother to comment on my images in the future!


Sorry, I honestly didn't mean to offend you. On reviewing my comment, I can see how it could be interpreted as mean spirited; especially the last sentence. That was not my intent. When a person writes, it's not always possible to tell their "tone of voice." I am a very direct person. And my directness sometimes gets me into trouble as it did in this case. Since voting is anonymous, I won't know a photo is yours and therefore won't be able to avoid commenting on your specific challenge entries. But I will try harder to keep my comments more constructive.
Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
01/08/2008 11:57:45 AM
Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
by twade1

Comment by Alicia:
This is an awesome image. Very arty and inspired. I'm not fond of the title, but that is minor. Too bad this wasn't more appreciated.
Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
01/08/2008 11:35:38 AM
Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
by twade1

Comment by MikeO:
I liked this shot, as you have probably noticed it will not please most of the people here - if it is not sharp and perfectly exposed you will get negative feedback. However there are a good number of people here who look at photos differently and appreciate the efforts of people like yourself.

Edit to add - dont apologise for your style of photography, shoot how you want to shoot and dont worry what others may say.

Message edited by author 2008-01-08 11:37:10.
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Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
01/08/2008 08:45:44 AM
Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
by twade1

Comment by twade1:
I deeply appreciate the CONSTRUCTIVE criticism that the image received. I am well aware of the "technical issues". It was an experiment that I thought came out much improved and rather interesting. I don't believe I have monitor issues, though. I had a print made of this and it came out very, very close to what I see. Remember that the web has an extremely tiny color space and the version I posted has all EXIF and MetaData stripped. Thanks again for the constructive input

As for the rest of you, I apologize for not posting images just like everyone else does. I prefer to try to be unique in what I do. If I wanted the image to appear like all of the others I see in here, I wouldn't bother! The point of doing this for me is to experiment and to try new things! If one is too scared to try anything new, then one shouldn't criticize those who do!

Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
01/08/2008 08:36:59 AM
Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
by twade1

Comment by twade1:
Originally posted by Dr.Confuser:

I generally don't prefer listing editing steps as the title. If the photo won't stand alone, listing heroic editing steps doesn't raise my opinion of the photo. If it was a good subject, reshoot it without over exposing it. This is a photography contest, not a photoshop heroics contest.


I'm sorry I just don't get the point of such a mean spirited comment. I, personally, would appreciate it if you would just not bother to comment on my images in the future!
Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
01/08/2008 06:32:42 AM
Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
by twade1

Comment by Tez:
Ya know what? I really like this. I like how it isn't technically 'perfect' and is at least something different and out of the norm and i suspect, against the grain of DPC where it's super polished, slick advertisement-looking pictures, not that there's anything wrong with them, but I find it refreshing when someone suibmits a picture like this, that is not worried about the technicals, but still comes out pretty good and looking like a pop-art pic.

I don't really like the grey in there but I love the texturing on the floor, but i'm like that.

Don't worry about the votes, it's a nice pic. Put it in b/w and it would give it a whole new dimension.
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Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
01/06/2008 11:18:40 PM
Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
01/06/2008 10:09:03 PM
Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
by twade1

Comment by FocusPoint:
Well, at least you were honest here... Nice job fixing the photo :) nice little lady, happy. Good kid portrait :)
Photographer found comment helpful.
Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
01/05/2008 08:05:53 PM
Avery overexposed and corrected during edit
by twade1

Comment by macrothing:
You might want to check your monitor, I can see quite a few overexposed areas, but most importantly on the face. Unless this is an effect you were going for.
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