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Challenge: Free Study 2014-03 (Advanced Editing VII)
Collection: Challenge Entries
Camera: Sigma DP1x
Date: Mar 22, 2014
Date Uploaded: Mar 26, 2014

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Statistics
Place: 174 out of 176
Avg (all users): 4.7882
Avg (commenters): 8.2500
Avg (participants): 4.7910
Avg (non-participants): 4.7778
Views since voting: 232
Views during voting: 155
Votes: 85
Comments: 12
Favorites: 0


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04/12/2014 10:30:45 AM
what they all said. very interesting and well done.
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04/09/2014 12:02:00 PM
Originally posted by ubique:

I didn't mean I could literally see that she had a camera; just that in my reading of the picture she must, hence my "Of course".

It matters not (of course) -- I'm just glad I had mine!
04/08/2014 11:30:59 PM
Originally posted by bvy:

Originally posted by mitalapo:

Originally posted by ubique:

Of course I see that the foreground lady has a camera.

Now that you mention it, I too notice the somewhat stressed back and shoulders. Thank you again for demonstrating how to look and see.

She was just cold; I was the only one with a camera (actually I had a couple for this fortuitous occasion).

I didn't mean I could literally see that she had a camera; just that in my reading of the picture she must, hence my "Of course".
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04/08/2014 01:20:29 PM
Originally posted by mitalapo:

Originally posted by ubique:

Of course I see that the foreground lady has a camera.

Now that you mention it, I too notice the somewhat stressed back and shoulders. Thank you again for demonstrating how to look and see.

She was just cold; I was the only one with a camera (actually I had a couple for this fortuitous occasion).
04/08/2014 12:13:41 PM
Originally posted by ubique:

Of course I see that the foreground lady has a camera.

Now that you mention it, I too notice the somewhat stressed back and shoulders. Thank you again for demonstrating how to look and see.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
04/08/2014 10:50:32 AM
Ubique's comment knocked the scales from my eyes. Bravo!
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04/08/2014 02:04:54 AM
stunner. (darn, I thought that before I saw Don's comment. I really did). I am definitely adding colour to my theories of bvy.
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04/08/2014 12:23:41 AM
Ha! such a visit is a necessary evil.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
04/07/2014 08:52:22 PM
stunning

Posthumous Blue Ribbon

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04/06/2014 06:14:37 AM
This is a terrific photograph that does my favourite thing concerning cameras ... it thumbs its nose at boring bloody photography and instead celebrates the joy of the photograph. It's a photograph all about photographs. A simple thought that almost no gear-laden Serious Photographer would have, and it's expressed with clarity and wit. Who could ask for anything more?

Of course I see that the foreground lady has a camera.

I remember all those family photographs of people standing awkwardly by the car, with the sun correctly placed back over the photographer's shoulder. Your photograph pays tribute to all those wonderful snaps in a way I've never seen before, never even thought of before. If this were one of those DPC Art challenges and I were a jurist, I'd fight to have this awarded first place, and suffer no argument to the contrary. This is a great piece of contemporary art, and I hope it will attract the attention it deserves from voters and commenters. But alas, I doubt that it will.

It's my equal top pick and so I must now curse you with the Order of the Thumb. 10. Thank you.

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04/05/2014 02:14:34 PM
I'd say coincidence.
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04/03/2014 08:37:48 PM
oddly interesting
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