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07/02/2002 09:01:50 PM · #1
For the current challenge: Transparent

There seem to be too many pictures of bubbles and close-up pictures of something made of glass in this current challenge.

Next challenge: Fear
I am looking forward to seeing the pictures for this next challenge as Fear will require a little more artisitic creativity and story-telling in the pictures instead of the usual boring close-up pictures of flowers, plants, water, glass, or other inanimate objects that we seem to get so many pics of on this site.
07/02/2002 09:39:12 PM · #2
Someone will find a way to work an amazing sunset into the fear photo though... also watch out for those story-telling titles :))
07/02/2002 09:40:58 PM · #3
Again, no one checked with each other regarding subject matter. It would be best to critique each photo individually, rather than categorically. Do you see a way someone could improve their shot? Do you have technical info on a filter that could have been used? Etc.
I can only hope voters will vote and comment based on like issues... not on "how many flowers, etc... have been submitted".

07/02/2002 10:07:36 PM · #4
I cant wait to see how many babies come up in the fear challenge:)
07/02/2002 10:32:33 PM · #5
I was thinking maybe a guy holding an engagement ring... that was scary for me
07/02/2002 10:35:57 PM · #6
How about handing your teenager the car keys to the SUV. Maybe even just a group of teenagers period. SCARY!
07/02/2002 10:59:50 PM · #7
I have a fear of cute babies holding flowers in front of American flags at sunset :)
07/02/2002 11:41:48 PM · #8
How about some one sitting in front of their monitor watching a picture of Jim shaving unfold on the screen?

Or people looking scared in rearview mirrors.
07/02/2002 11:42:48 PM · #9
Originally posted by Zeissman:
How about some one sitting in front of their monitor watching a picture of Jim shaving unfold on the screen?


heheheheheh
07/03/2002 01:03:54 AM · #10
I imagine facing a 7-10 split in bowling...
07/03/2002 01:38:49 AM · #11
A phobia is a fear, then there will be endless things to photograph. There is a list on the internet of phobias and there is for example fear of the colour yellow - Xanthophia. Fear of insects - Insetophobia. Am I on the right track?
07/03/2002 11:15:39 AM · #12
I think the viewer will need to be able to associate to the fear.

Originally posted by Jean:
A phobia is a fear, then there will be endless things to photograph. There is a list on the internet of phobias and there is for example fear of the colour yellow - Xanthophia. Fear of insects - Insetophobia. Am I on the right track?


07/03/2002 11:21:44 AM · #13
so you don't think that posting a yellow, otherwise empty frame will do it? <g>

Originally posted by Zeissman:
I think the viewer will need to be able to associate to the fear.

Originally posted by Jean:
[i]A phobia is a fear, then there will be endless things to photograph. There is a list on the internet of phobias and there is for example fear of the colour yellow - Xanthophia. Fear of insects - Insetophobia. Am I on the right track?



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07/03/2002 11:56:42 AM · #14
my shot will be entitled ''Paraskavedekatriaphobia'' and have a calendar page of Friday,13th in the shot. :)

Check out useless knowledge.com for more great ideas for this challenge :)


* This message has been edited by the author on 7/3/2002 11:56:06 AM.
07/03/2002 12:51:25 PM · #15
stop it! you're scaring me!

: )

Originally posted by gr8photos:
my shot will be entitled ''Paraskavedekatriaphobia'' and have a calendar page of Friday,13th in the shot. :)

Check out useless knowledge.com for more great ideas for this challenge :)


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