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02/01/2004 10:27:18 AM · #1
I took this idea from the "best compliment" thread, so post here the first comment you recieved on DPC. Mine was:

Journey - 07/22/2002 01:06:00 AM
Fun but somewhat flat.


02/01/2004 10:36:10 AM · #2
dsidwell - 04/21/2003 07:21:20 AM
"Unique take on this flower. Point of view emphasizes thorns as much or more than the flower itself."


02/01/2004 11:47:02 AM · #3
"EXCELLENT perspective here... really beautiful seeing this from the upside... love the contrast here... and the symmetry... the lighting is also very nice... not sure why you chose to put more space of grey at the bottom? -7-" by RiderGal (thanks once again to her)

02/01/2004 11:49:16 AM · #4
miketherock - picture quality 8, color combination NA, sharpness and contrast 10, them concept 7, angle shoot 7, total 6.4

on Urban Landscapes
02/01/2004 11:50:43 AM · #5
Originally posted by ScantyNebula:

miketherock - picture quality 8, color combination NA, sharpness and contrast 10, them concept 7, angle shoot 7, total 6.4

on Urban Landscapes


how on earth does 8+10+7+7 = average 6.4? just curious.
02/01/2004 11:54:49 AM · #6
This photograph is absolutely brilliant. I'd buy a print of this for a kitchen wall. This has got to place top 3 -- great job. drewmedia

For my Green Apple picture for the the first contest I entered.
02/01/2004 11:54:55 AM · #7
I thought the same thing ... just doesn't quite add up right =/
02/01/2004 11:55:04 AM · #8
inspzil
09/16/2002 12:36:00 PM
Too much distraction, in any challenge

in
Negative Space Challenge

Message edited by author 2004-02-05 19:53:35.
02/01/2004 11:55:26 AM · #9
N/A = 0

8 + 0 + 10 + 7 + 7 / 5 = 6.4
02/01/2004 11:58:25 AM · #10
bdshort July 15 2002:

pretty nice shot... would have worked well for the City Life challenge too... the green light on the left is distractng though. A shot from street level might have worked better.
02/01/2004 12:02:46 PM · #11
4/15/2002:

"Bet she was tired after all jumping. I like the shot, but the background is too busy and takes away from the subject".

I think the comments from that single challenge both encouraged me to keep going and taught me so much.
02/01/2004 12:12:14 PM · #12
05/19/2003 12:18:15 AM
Fanfare
by kavamama

Comment by Bitz:
"Thrillingly gorgeous. I've never seen a more beautiful flower shot. Good luck!"

And then I was hooked!
02/01/2004 12:14:49 PM · #13
For this image for the Nostalgia challenge:

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"Nice shot. Definitely fits the challenge. Beautiful toning you've done. Excellent composition. One of my favorites for this challenge."

A nice way to begin...


02/01/2004 12:34:42 PM · #14
From Karin 09/09/02

I like this one, it's similar to mine...the lighting might be a bit harsh. like the variety of the vegetables:)

Fruits and Vegetables challenge

02/01/2004 12:50:52 PM · #15
"The following is not meant in a lustful manner, but the apple peeling is distracting. Without it the nicely lit body could stand on it's own (as a subject). And this apple=sin theme also isn't very creative anymore ;-) -stephan"
02/01/2004 12:53:43 PM · #16
Comment by NicNic101:
dang he's got long claws... very cute!
02/01/2004 12:54:23 PM · #17
From 'Pong 09/30/2002
great colour! i love your work

From the Reflections Without Mirrors Challenge
A View From the Grill
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02/01/2004 01:04:29 PM · #18
Originally posted by Konador:

N/A = 0

8 + 0 + 10 + 7 + 7 / 5 = 6.4


I wasn't very good at statistics, but I've never heard of a "Not Applicable" value equating to zero. oh well...what do I know?

Message edited by author 2004-02-01 13:04:41.
02/01/2004 01:33:33 PM · #19
My first comment was: "There are too many indistinct shapes here for me to get a real feeling of "money". Is it a chocolate mould?"

I wonder why I continued submitting pictures after such a beginning!!!
02/01/2004 01:41:30 PM · #20
Originally posted by Pedro:

Originally posted by Konador:

N/A = 0

8 + 0 + 10 + 7 + 7 / 5 = 6.4


I wasn't very good at statistics, but I've never heard of a "Not Applicable" value equating to zero. oh well...what do I know?


I never heard of that either, but I was just saying that that is was he appeared to use in this case :)
02/01/2004 01:43:33 PM · #21
"I look straight to the bridge, not the vehicle... You should emphasize on the car."
02/01/2004 03:02:35 PM · #22
I have to agree with you Ben ,I don`t see how not applicable = 0 either?
02/01/2004 03:10:47 PM · #23
neenee1999 11/17/2003 12:09:21 AM
Very imaginative. This is a great shot

On my first submission for the Literalisms challenge.


02/01/2004 03:21:45 PM · #24
"my first impression was that it was not framed correctly, but I think I know why you did it this way. Great photo, love the detail"

I won that challenge...
02/01/2004 03:55:03 PM · #25
Comment by Mona:
Funny and good.

On my first entry for the "Surprise" challenge.
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