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Human torch
09/07/2011 08:50:15 AM
Human torch
by gadion

Comment:
burn baby, burn!
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Morning Routine
09/07/2011 08:49:49 AM
Morning Routine
by ecmguy

Comment:
nicely done!
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RED
09/07/2011 08:49:28 AM
RED1st Place
by elsapo

Comment:
fascinating.
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Simplified Self
09/07/2011 08:49:10 AM
Simplified Self
by Eagle40Fox2

Comment:
This is a great portrait, great lighting.. unfortunately the filter effect applied takes away from it IMO.
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rolling in the deep
09/07/2011 08:47:47 AM
rolling in the deep
by vikas

Comment:
as far as pure portraiture goes, this one is the best submission in this challenge IMO. Some of the more creative photoshop edits might win though.
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Our planet really isn't alone
06/29/2011 08:45:11 AM
Our planet really isn't alone
by Judi

Comment:
@littlemav:

Yes, the stars ARE different colors. Color relates to size, surface temperature and the age of a star. In the brightest of stars, you can see with your eyes they are different colors. In the winter (northern hemisphere), Betelgeuse in Orion is red. Sirius, next to Orion is blue (for example). In the summer, there is Arcturus (red) and Vega (blue). You can see Arcturus as the brightest star just past overhead at sunset this month (In US / Europe / Japan).
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Extreme Mowing
06/02/2011 12:28:23 AM
Extreme Mowing
by gyaban

Comment:
lol this is awesome. Points for creativity.
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Tube Dude
05/11/2011 07:35:18 AM
Tube Dude
by JulietNN

Comment:
To crop a perfect square in Photoshop, press c for the crop tool, click anywhere and drag.. then hold the shift key ===> Square crop. You can also use the marquee selection tool (m) and click-drag-hold shift to get a square selection, which you can then (assuming around Photoshop CS2 or newer) move around before choosing Image->Crop.

Great image BTW, sorry you took it on the wrong day.
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Envy to one and/or lust to another
04/27/2011 09:04:04 AM
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SS Dicky Spark Burst
04/20/2011 08:25:33 AM
SS Dicky Spark Burst
by dazza17

Comment:
I like this one. Obviously a very long exposure.. the stars are quite trailed!
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