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06/26/2002 11:03:39 AM · #1
What are your favorite shots from DPC. Chose any pictures from any challege?

Who will be the winner of City Life? Place your bets here..
06/26/2002 11:08:32 AM · #2
Are you a Bookie Feedback?
06/26/2002 11:48:55 AM · #3
My favorite shot is the one with my name on it :) But UGH it's in the potty for score this week... according to my comments, i did not meet the challenge.. i didn' show enuff 'city' or enuff 'life' in my photo.. ;) I will be re-establishing my minimum acceptable score this week :))))
06/26/2002 12:12:26 PM · #4
Originally posted by jmsetzler:
My favorite shot is the one with my name on it :) But UGH it's in the potty for score this week... according to my comments, i did not meet the challenge.. i didn' show enuff 'city' or enuff 'life' in my photo.. ;) I will be re-establishing my minimum acceptable score this week :))))


I'm in the same boat this week. One person even said I was "totally, blatantly off the challenge topic." I think my photo speaks volumes about "City Life" to me, but I guess no one else does. heh.

Ahwell.

- Mike

06/26/2002 12:42:07 PM · #5
No I am not a bookie.....though i wish i was

Just stumbled as a newby on this site. Was impressed by many shots, however dissapointed by some, which were also quite off the mark in terms of what photography is meant to deliver.

I think pictures from the Stopped Motion catergory had the best selection.....impact of a waterdrop was creative and novel. "Black and Chrome" was a lso a great shot with really nice lighting highlights.

Jason

06/26/2002 12:49:06 PM · #6
Originally posted by feedback:
No I am not a bookie.....though i wish i was

Just stumbled as a newby on this site. Was impressed by many shots, however dissapointed by some, which were also quite off the mark in terms of what photography is meant to deliver.

I think pictures from the Stopped Motion catergory had the best selection.....impact of a waterdrop was creative and novel. "Black and Chrome" was a lso a great shot with really nice lighting highlights.

Jason



My favorite shot to come through this site remains "Taking Cover" by Tim Jenson, the winner of the "people" challenge. I think it's a textbook great photo.

- Mike

06/26/2002 01:51:02 PM · #7
i would be hard pressed to chose one or two favorites here... there are so many...
06/26/2002 02:41:38 PM · #8
Originally posted by jmsetzler:
My favorite shot is the one with my name on it :) But UGH it's in the potty for score this week... according to my comments, i did not meet the challenge.. i didn' show enuff 'city' or enuff 'life' in my photo.. ;) I will be re-establishing my minimum acceptable score this week :))))


I've had the same sort of comment JM. Unfortunately I can't say to much or I will give my shot away. The problem is one of geography. The people in england would probably understand my picture better. Remember we do not have the sprawling metropolises that you do. To be classed as a city in England the City itself must have something very important in its boundaries. Maybe alot of Non-English voters don't realise this.
I will have to take the potential cultural differences into account next time. I fear that at least one other English photographer may be suffering the same problem.
Lifes a Beach !!!!
06/26/2002 03:07:37 PM · #9
Originally posted by Dogman:

The people in england would probably understand my picture better. Remember we do not have the sprawling metropolises that you do. To be classed as a city in England the City itself must have something very important in its boundaries. Maybe alot of Non-English voters don't realise this.


Well that gave it away :)) (but only to us Brits!)
06/26/2002 03:15:08 PM · #10
Originally posted by Jonniboy:
Originally posted by Dogman:
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The people in england would probably understand my picture better. Remember we do not have the sprawling metropolises that you do. To be classed as a city in England the City itself must have something very important in its boundaries. Maybe alot of Non-English voters don't realise this.


Well that gave it away :)) (but only to us Brits!)[/i]

Does Twickenham have one:-) Great stadium tho. Same thing I guess if your into rugby.

06/26/2002 03:17:29 PM · #11
Taking Cover was the first image I saw on this site. Great beginnings!

aelith

* This message has been edited by the author on 6/26/2002 3:19:12 PM.
06/26/2002 04:41:16 PM · #12
My favorite photo of all challenges so far is a photo that is submitted for this weeks challenge even though I didn't see any city-life in it at all.

BTW Thanks feedback, I'm flattered that you picked my waterdrop-picture as the best :)
06/26/2002 04:46:23 PM · #13
Remie, that water drop shot was incredible, as are all of your submissions :)
06/26/2002 05:00:27 PM · #14
John, you gave me some very good advice on my submission. I never thought about getting down closer to the ground to get another perspective. I won't say which one is my submission but your advice would have made an okay shot much better. Thanks.
06/26/2002 05:14:27 PM · #15
And that's what it's all about, right? Improving with positive feedback. That's what I love about this site.
06/27/2002 09:17:18 AM · #16
Well I started on this site back in April so the very first photograph I ever saw on this site was the winner of the curves challenge. //www.dpchallenge.com/image.asp?IMAGE_ID=738. I still think to this day its a great picture.

Some more of my favorites:
Transition - //www.dpchallenge.com/image.asp?IMAGE_ID=979
From the Ground up - //www.dpchallenge.com/image.asp?IMAGE_ID=1326
Upside Down - //www.dpchallenge.com/image.asp?IMAGE_ID=1509
Games - //www.dpchallenge.com/image.asp?IMAGE_ID=1744
People - //www.dpchallenge.com/image.asp?IMAGE_ID=1903
B&W - There were so many good ones:
-- //www.dpchallenge.com/image.asp?IMAGE_ID=2097
-- //www.dpchallenge.com/image.asp?IMAGE_ID=2206
-- //www.dpchallenge.com/image.asp?IMAGE_ID=2182
Shadows - //www.dpchallenge.com/image.asp?IMAGE_ID=2527 (that's three David :) )





06/27/2002 10:25:16 AM · #17
Some of my absolute favourites:

Upside Down - Child Pose
People - Disappointment
On the Road - Pyxis Anesidorae and Between Rides
Shadows - Asleep

This is really, really hard! If I did this again in a couple of weeks' time I bet my feelings would have changed on some.
06/27/2002 12:24:02 PM · #18
The first place shot with the bird in stopped motion is the bomb.....hahaha

GO JOSH~
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