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03/02/2010 01:59:20 AM · #51
Originally posted by coryboehne:

Every one of my DNMC's now has a written and signed reason to hate me..


phew! I was thinking I was getting DNMCed based on my score, but I was pretty sure I met the challenge. I guess my shot just isn't as good as I thought.

Votes: 50
Views: 91
Avg Vote: 5.8200
Comments: 0
03/02/2010 02:33:22 AM · #52
You know what i genuenly thought this challenge was "farming" at first glance, so i thought nah not for me and thats that.
but then i just noticed it was framing when i went to vote. idiot.....
03/02/2010 07:27:25 AM · #53
You have rated 126 of 126 images (100%) in this challenge.
You have commented on 13 images (10%) in this challenge.
You have given an average score of 7.2540.

There are some really amazing images in this challenge!!!!

Votes: 59
Views: 111
Avg Vote: 6.3220
Comments: 6
Favorites: 0
03/02/2010 08:27:27 AM · #54
Votes: 55
Views: 126
Avg Vote: 6.6909
Comments: 4
03/02/2010 09:17:42 AM · #55
Going up a touch on this one, while my FS is dropping. They might meet in the middle.

Votes: 58
Views: 109
Avg Vote: 5.7069
Comments: 0
Favorites: 1
03/02/2010 12:30:44 PM · #56
Originally posted by coryboehne:

Originally posted by PennyStreet:

[quote=ti_evom] [quote=PennyStreet] [quote=ti_evom] [quote=coryboehne]Thanks to the 12 1's, somebody please tell me to stop feeling like a troll!!! :)


Every one of my DNMC's now has a written and signed reason to hate me..


Trust me, they'll hate you less.
03/02/2010 01:00:58 PM · #57
It's a funny thing: *I* had thought that the REASON for the "foreground or background element" clause in the description was to remind people that framing doesn't just HAVE to be in front of the object being framed, which is how some anal people have interpreted it in the past; that framing is a visual thing, not a matter of spatial orientation. Now I'm getting 1's because my framing elements are not enough in front of or behind my subject? Jesus wept! From one level of nit picking to another in one fell swoop...

R.
03/02/2010 01:20:09 PM · #58
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

It's a funny thing: *I* had thought that the REASON for the "foreground or background element" clause in the description was to remind people that framing doesn't just HAVE to be in front of the object being framed, which is how some anal people have interpreted it in the past; that framing is a visual thing, not a matter of spatial orientation. Now I'm getting 1's because my framing elements are not enough in front of or behind my subject? Jesus wept! From one level of nit picking to another in one fell swoop...

R.

I gave out eight 10s.....for me, the unusual & creative manner whereby they were framed was what made the difference between a good image, and a truly exceptional image.
03/02/2010 02:16:19 PM · #59
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

It's a funny thing: *I* had thought that the REASON for the "foreground or background element" clause in the description was to remind people that framing doesn't just HAVE to be in front of the object being framed, which is how some anal people have interpreted it in the past; that framing is a visual thing, not a matter of spatial orientation. Now I'm getting 1's because my framing elements are not enough in front of or behind my subject? Jesus wept! From one level of nit picking to another in one fell swoop...

R.


I like and respect you. Changes have been made. I am however posting a thread on this subject, please weigh in :)

-Cory
03/02/2010 03:19:04 PM · #60
Originally posted by coryboehne:

I like and respect you

Get a room guys ;)
03/02/2010 09:10:49 PM · #61
Just got slammed with a couple of lowball votes, taking me down from 5.72. Naturally, no accompanying explanation why they think it sucks.

Votes: 73
Views: 126
Avg Vote: 5.6027
Comments: 0
Favorites: 1
03/02/2010 09:13:42 PM · #62
I'm hoping they aren't headed my way..

Votes: 70
Views: 116
Avg Vote: 6.0571
Comments: 3
Updated: 03/02/10 09:12 pm
03/02/2010 09:32:03 PM · #63
Originally posted by coryboehne:

I'm hoping they aren't headed my way..

Votes: 70
Views: 116
Avg Vote: 6.0571
Comments: 3
Updated: 03/02/10 09:12 pm

PB territory, Nice!
03/02/2010 09:34:22 PM · #64
Originally posted by Yo_Spiff:

Originally posted by coryboehne:

I'm hoping they aren't headed my way..

Votes: 70
Views: 116
Avg Vote: 6.0571
Comments: 3
Updated: 03/02/10 09:12 pm

PB territory, Nice!


Aww, thanks for noticing!!

And not just by a touch either, this baby is more than .5 ahead of my current PB.

Maybe this is a sign that I'm starting to suck less..
03/02/2010 09:56:31 PM · #65
It's bouncing around....
Votes: 78
Views: 145
Avg Vote: 6.5128
Comments: 6
Favorites: 0
Wish Lists: 0
Updated: 03/02/10 09:52 pm

Have some nice comments, one from [user]Nikon Jeb[/user]that was very nice. Thanks Jeb.
03/02/2010 10:08:56 PM · #66
Originally posted by coryboehne:

Maybe this is a sign that I'm starting to suck less..

Could be. Got to warn you though, that first 6+ entry is what gets one hooked for good and coming back to get beat up again each week.
03/02/2010 10:11:02 PM · #67
Originally posted by Yo_Spiff:

Originally posted by coryboehne:

Maybe this is a sign that I'm starting to suck less..

Could be. Got to warn you though, that first 6+ entry is what gets one hooked for good and coming back to get beat up again each week.


*shrug* :)

I bought a year membership after my first month expired... It was always given I think..
03/02/2010 10:34:29 PM · #68
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

It's a funny thing: *I* had thought that the REASON for the "foreground or background element" clause in the description was to remind people that framing doesn't just HAVE to be in front of the object being framed, which is how some anal people have interpreted it in the past; that framing is a visual thing, not a matter of spatial orientation. Now I'm getting 1's because my framing elements are not enough in front of or behind my subject? Jesus wept! From one level of nit picking to another in one fell swoop...

R.


Totally agreed with you!!!
03/02/2010 11:38:48 PM · #69
Votes: 73
Views: 122
Avg Vote: 6.0000
Comments: 3
Updated: 03/02/10 11:37 pm

Could be the last I see of the 6+ range :) Oh the tension!!
03/03/2010 12:45:38 AM · #70
Originally posted by whiterook:

Originally posted by Bear_Music:

It's a funny thing: *I* had thought that the REASON for the "foreground or background element" clause in the description was to remind people that framing doesn't just HAVE to be in front of the object being framed, which is how some anal people have interpreted it in the past; that framing is a visual thing, not a matter of spatial orientation. Now I'm getting 1's because my framing elements are not enough in front of or behind my subject? Jesus wept! From one level of nit picking to another in one fell swoop...

R.


Totally agreed with you!!!


I do as well....
03/03/2010 01:30:14 AM · #71
Originally posted by coryboehne:

Votes: 73
Views: 122
Avg Vote: 6.0000
Comments: 3
Updated: 03/02/10 11:37 pm

Could be the last I see of the 6+ range :) Oh the tension!!


Snap!
Votes: 73
Views: 148
Avg Vote: 6.0000
Comments: 1
03/03/2010 01:38:26 AM · #72
Originally posted by SaraR:

Originally posted by coryboehne:

Votes: 73
Views: 122
Avg Vote: 6.0000
Comments: 3
Updated: 03/02/10 11:37 pm

Could be the last I see of the 6+ range :) Oh the tension!!


Snap!
Votes: 73
Views: 148
Avg Vote: 6.0000
Comments: 1


Head to head are we? :)
03/03/2010 02:03:03 AM · #73
Votes: 73
Views: 154
Avg Vote: 6.5068
Comments: 2
Favorites: 0
Wish Lists: 0
Updated: 03/03/10 01:10 am

This one started at 7+ but has been falling every day. Fingers crossed it has levelled out a bit now!
03/03/2010 02:31:48 AM · #74
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

It's a funny thing: *I* had thought that the REASON for the "foreground or background element" clause in the description .... now I'm getting 1's because my framing elements are not enough in front of or behind my subject? Jesus wept! From one level of nit picking to another in one fell swoop...

R.


Quite ... but I think the challenge strongly implies that the framing element is either significantly in front of or behind the subject. Though given DPCers slightly less than strict interpretation of the challenges in the past (hey lets just take them as guidelines rather than rules) I doubt your photo is deserving of 1s. Personally if its a good photo I generally score it a 4 or 5 if I think its DNMC .... I reserve 1 to 3 for really badly taken shots.
03/03/2010 12:31:29 PM · #75
Hanging in there pretty solid around this point it seems.

Votes: 81
Views: 150
Avg Vote: 6.2963
Comments: 7
Favorites: 0

Quite happy with this score.....
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