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10/24/2005 12:07:25 AM · #1
Sounds like fun! :)
10/24/2005 12:10:10 AM · #2
I'll see right through your photo.
10/24/2005 12:10:53 AM · #3
Obligatory link, /. style

10/24/2005 12:19:16 AM · #4
Originally posted by alfresco:

I'll see right through your photo.

Haha, very punny, I like it. :P
10/24/2005 01:52:20 AM · #5
I have something which would be great if it had been shot 3-1/2 hours later ... : (
10/24/2005 02:28:25 AM · #6
reshoot paul :)
10/24/2005 03:21:06 AM · #7
Originally posted by rikki11:

reshoot paul :)

Yeah, well maybe it wasn't that great ... maybe I'll post a link and see if re-shooting is worthwhile.
10/24/2005 03:37:24 AM · #8
hmmm time to dust off the waterdrop technique
10/24/2005 03:39:18 AM · #9
god ;) i hope people let a dead dog lie with that water drop stuff.. :) maybe some originality will become trasparent in this challenge?
10/24/2005 07:57:36 AM · #10
Time to break out my cellophane gitches and the big jar of Vaseline.
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10/24/2005 09:51:47 AM · #11
But wouldn't that be like 'Outtake' feedback? ;^) Sorry, couldn't resist!

Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by rikki11:

reshoot paul :)

Yeah, well maybe it wasn't that great ... maybe I'll post a link and see if re-shooting is worthwhile.

10/24/2005 11:39:12 AM · #12
i have a great idea! hopefully i can find my prop!
10/24/2005 11:55:50 AM · #13
I'm pretty much at a loss. I seem to be a day late most of the time. Hmmmm - wait... I just got an idea. hee hee hee
10/24/2005 03:31:01 PM · #14
Can someone post some examples of Transparency please?
10/24/2005 03:32:47 PM · #15
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How about this?
10/24/2005 03:42:34 PM · #16
I am going to take this to mean more translucent than transparent.

trans·par·ent adj.
1. Capable of transmitting light so that objects or images can be seen as if there were no intervening material. See synonyms at clear.

trans·lu·cent adj.
1. Transmitting light but causing sufficient diffusion to prevent perception of distinct images.
10/24/2005 04:20:26 PM · #17
just take a picture
10/24/2005 04:30:57 PM · #18
Originally posted by totaldis:

just take a picture


I agree.
(BTW, transparent and translucent will never be equivalent to me. You (skylen and anyone else) can take the challenge to mean "opaque" if you want to, but re-writing the challenge description in this thread won't really help you with the majority of the voters.)
10/24/2005 04:32:36 PM · #19
KaDi you are due for a ribbon
10/24/2005 04:34:04 PM · #20
So does this mean that any picture will do? The lens is transparent and is between the subject and the sensor on my camera. Therefore any picture I take is an example of transparency. Basically this is a Free Study? :-)
10/24/2005 04:35:23 PM · #21
Originally posted by Nitin:

Obligatory link, /. style


You can tell the first challenge was a long time ago, the American flag actually took the ribbon. :-)
10/24/2005 04:47:01 PM · #22
Originally posted by Palmetto_Pixels:

So does this mean that any picture will do? The lens is transparent and is between the subject and the sensor on my camera. Therefore any picture I take is an example of transparency. Basically this is a Free Study? :-)


"Description: Use transparency to create the impact of your photo this week."
Absolutely, you just go ahead and create the impact of your photo with that special little skylight filter and knock our socks off! :p
10/24/2005 11:09:34 PM · #23
Is it part of our service agreement that we have to vote a ribbon to pictures of water drops on glass reflecting an object behind the glass?
10/24/2005 11:15:38 PM · #24
Originally posted by DrAchoo:

Is it part of our service agreement that we have to vote a ribbon to pictures of water drops on glass reflecting an object behind the glass?


I hope so, cause that's what I'm doing!!
10/24/2005 11:16:55 PM · #25
That or water drops with siad object behind the tray of water; yes, it is there in the fine print few read on first signing up.
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