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Challenge: Black & White II (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Minolta DiMAGE 7i
Location: Brooklyn Museum
Date: Nov 16, 2004
Date Uploaded: Nov 16, 2004

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Place: 107 out of 636
Avg (all users): 5.7968
Avg (commenters): 7.6364
Avg (participants): 5.7512
Avg (non-participants): 5.8922
Views since voting: 775
Views during voting: 437
Votes: 315
Comments: 12
Favorites: 3 (view)

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/23/2004 01:00:33 PM
This goes into my favorites. Though I feel I would like this more in color, I cannot resist photos like this, of the shadowed everyman walking alone through the uncaring world with naught but a hat and a bag in which he carries his dignity. That may not be what you were trying to portray, but that is how I like to imagine it. (9)
11/20/2004 01:32:00 PM
wow! i love this shot excellent
11/19/2004 11:44:57 PM
Nice use of light. This photo has a mysterious quality becuase of the silhouetted figure and almost overexposed floor. 8
11/19/2004 09:25:59 PM
Great setting, great lighting....great shot. 10
11/19/2004 05:17:33 PM
very nice.
11/18/2004 02:14:30 PM
This is a very strong image. The contrast between the subject and his surroundings is very eye catching. The textures of the brick also add much interest to the scene. Very nice lines. Too bad for the people in the background, but overall, a very nice photo. Bumping to an 8.
11/18/2004 06:29:37 AM
Wow. This is very interesting contrast of shadows and lighting.
11/17/2004 06:57:06 PM
great image!!
11/17/2004 01:17:34 PM
I like the stark contrasts. I find the (figure?) in the background a little distracting
11/17/2004 12:01:51 PM
nice idea but the contrasts are a little too blown out for me
11/17/2004 10:09:13 AM
Hopefully you don't get a lot of "rule of 3'rds" comments because the center composition works well here. The other person that blends into the right arm is a bit distracting. Too bad they were there at the time.
11/17/2004 02:36:52 AM
Great Silholette - Shame about the innit in the corner - but still a fantastic shot

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