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Challenge: Inspired by jjbeguin (Advanced Editing VII)
Collection: Portfolio
Camera: Canon EOS-6D
Lens: Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM
Location: Hiking in the forest
Date: Mar 8, 2015
Aperture: 22.0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/50
Date Uploaded: Mar 8, 2015

Like M. JJBeguin has said in his composition called "Light glade"....
"I wonder how many of you will notice that this image has been rotated 180. Looks much less mysterious the other way around."

Hoping make honnor to M. JJBeguin. Your votes will tell me

Statistics
Place: 7 out of 71
Avg (all users): 6.4143
Avg (commenters): 8.0833
Avg (participants): 6.4222
Avg (non-participants): 6.4000
Views since voting: 525
Views during voting: 186
Votes: 70
Comments: 16
Favorites: 3 (view)


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08/02/2015 08:18:05 AM
*Hello from Sid and the Critique Club*

A very intriguing image that meets the challenge.

As with the other submissions I've critiqued for this challenge, I have to begin by admitting that I am not familiar enough with JJBeguin's work to be able to comment with any authority, however, I will do my best. Your comments are a good guide as to his and your aims with your work, thank you.

I have to say that after the initial confusion which made me look harder and then to see and appreciate better the image itself, I like what I see, I find it quite fascinating. You have done well to find the scene and transform it the way you have. quite simple yet effective. I love the shapes and the reflections and the eventual giveaway of the upside down nature of what we're looking at. Your exposure is good, you have got the snow white without too much sacrifice of the water's highlights, though I detect a blue tint that might benefit from some white balance correction.

I like your composition it works very well indeed and so to do the people here, a very respectable score for a very respectable entry, well done Sid.
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03/23/2015 10:23:30 AM
Congratulations on your top 10.
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03/20/2015 09:15:55 AM
A fascinating and beautiful slice of art. Thanks for the wonderful perspective tweak.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/19/2015 09:44:48 PM
Very well thought out and put together. An amazing capture. One of the best IMO.
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03/19/2015 09:07:06 PM
The disconnected scenes almost look like a JJ. Very nice.
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03/19/2015 08:06:52 PM
wonderful illusion
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03/19/2015 05:13:43 PM
Amazing image. Like a mirror cut into another world. In my top 5 of the challenge. 10.
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03/19/2015 09:32:23 AM
It took some effort before I was able to move beyond the shard of mirror interpretation, such is the compelling force of this image. I'll ascribe it to magic. I'd put this one on my wall.
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03/18/2015 06:05:17 PM
This is very smart and beautiful! It looks like an interesting asymmetric frame for the fascinating landscape.8
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03/18/2015 11:05:41 AM
This is truly intriguing! I have *NO* idea what this is about. Love it. Dunno how it applies to jj, but 10 anyway.
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03/17/2015 06:32:57 PM
Landscapes as I like them, adequately disconcerting and halcyon.
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03/14/2015 01:00:42 PM
Disorienting composition approaches the surreal.
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03/14/2015 08:43:07 AM
Lovely
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03/13/2015 09:30:43 PM
What a fantastic natural screen!
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03/13/2015 09:03:36 PM
this fulfills the most important quality of beguin, the quality of surprise
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03/13/2015 07:03:29 PM
I had to pause for awhile to really study this before I figured it out.
Kudos to you for a great photograph which made me want to do that. I like the center reflected image a lot - stark, like winter.
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