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09/01/2020 03:22:31 PM · #1
Whether figurative, literal, or otherwise, capture a line being crossed.
09/01/2020 04:46:04 PM · #2
Yes please! Standard edit. Could even be archival.
09/04/2020 02:40:27 AM · #3
looks like we'll be shooting for this in a fortnight :)

btw, it was a video on the visual composition of the oscar award winning "Parasite" that inspired this suggestion. "crossing the line" (from the parasite perspective) can range from super subtle to in-your-face.

https://youtu.be/ZF6O93noHRc?t=283

looking forward to seeing the collection and variation.

Message edited by author 2020-09-04 02:42:11.
09/04/2020 05:44:17 AM · #4
Originally posted by NiallOTuama:

looks like we'll be shooting for this in a fortnight :)

btw, it was a video on the visual composition of the oscar award winning "Parasite" that inspired this suggestion. "crossing the line" (from the parasite perspective) can range from super subtle to in-your-face.

https://youtu.be/ZF6O93noHRc?t=283

looking forward to seeing the collection and variation.

I plan on using the challenge description to mold my interpretation of what to enter and what to expect when voting.

Challenge Description: "Whether figurative, literal, or otherwise, capture a line being crossed."
09/04/2020 07:38:22 AM · #5
Originally posted by glad2badad:

Originally posted by NiallOTuama:

looks like we'll be shooting for this in a fortnight :)

btw, it was a video on the visual composition of the oscar award winning "Parasite" that inspired this suggestion. "crossing the line" (from the parasite perspective) can range from super subtle to in-your-face.

https://youtu.be/ZF6O93noHRc?t=283

looking forward to seeing the collection and variation.

I plan on using the challenge description to mold my interpretation of what to enter and what to expect when voting.

Challenge Description: "Whether figurative, literal, or otherwise, capture a line being crossed."


oh, i didn't mean to imply that the youtube video is the required interpretation at all. i deliberately wrote the challenge description to encourage diversity, and within the description the youtube link falls within the "figurative" clause. there's subtle and beautiful examples in the link, however, which i found inspiring and i wanted to share them.
09/04/2020 05:48:55 PM · #6
I'm curious to see how people photographically interpret "otherwise" ... :-)
09/05/2020 01:48:26 PM · #7
Originally posted by NiallOTuama:



btw, it was a video on the visual composition of the oscar award winning "Parasite" that inspired this suggestion. "crossing the line" (from the parasite perspective) can range from super subtle to in-your-face.

https://youtu.be/ZF6O93noHRc?t=283

looking forward to seeing the collection and variation.


Thanks for the link to that video. Such a brilliant movie.
09/08/2020 01:55:33 PM · #8
yes, brilliant. you don't really know what hit you til after,,,.

thanks for referencing.
09/08/2020 04:42:01 PM · #9
Originally posted by GeneralE:

I'm curious to see how people photographically interpret "otherwise" ... :-)

Hah! that sounds like a great challenge! :)
09/09/2020 10:33:04 AM · #10
Any special reason for the fact that this challenge ends on Wednesday 16th instead of Thursday 17th?
09/09/2020 01:59:55 PM · #11
Originally posted by hajeka:

Any special reason for the fact that this challenge ends on Wednesday 16th instead of Thursday 17th?

I'm surprised nobody noticed it STARTED a day early :-) Anyhow, it's not now closing when it would be expected to. Thanks for the heads-up.

Message edited by author 2020-09-09 14:20:57.
09/09/2020 03:21:28 PM · #12
Lol. Could be an one for this :)
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