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Challenge: High Contrast VII (Standard Editing)
Collection: Portfolio
Camera: Canon EOS-5D Mark IV
Lens: Sigma 35mm f1.4 dg hsm for Canon
Date: May 3, 2019
Aperture: 5.0
ISO: 1600
Shutter: 1/40
Date Uploaded: May 5, 2019


Place: 1 out of 52
Avg (all users): 6.9070
Avg (participants): 7.0714
Avg (non-participants): 6.6000
Views since voting: 898
Views during voting: 94
Votes: 43
Comments: 11
Favorites: 1 (view)

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05/18/2019 09:45:10 AM
Wonderfully composed. Congrats on the Blue ribbon.
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05/17/2019 02:23:14 PM
stunning. worthy comments too. use of space. but truly ubi's comment about the leaning figure and, I must add, her angled shadow, speaks to my first impression: it is the doorway pulling us in so that we can see.
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05/17/2019 08:48:33 AM
Such an awesome catch! It makes me want to take a screen capture of this and digitally add it to the wall in the museum. :)

Congrats on the blue!!
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
05/16/2019 11:43:16 PM
Peering every which way, the concatenation along the x chromosome, the coming to fruition of the train finally at the depot.
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05/16/2019 11:38:08 PM
One "well what do you know?" and another apparent total disinterest. What a dichotomy. I am drawn to the four "figures" of woman here . . .
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05/16/2019 11:26:40 PM
I'm always a little biased against photos of art exhibits, museums, etc. but this is very much about the interaction of viewers with art. Well played.
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05/16/2019 09:53:07 AM
Beautiful little drama. I marvel at how the angled figure animates everything, and commands all the attention at first. But then one begins to wonder about the motives of the other three. Are they surrounding her with malice? Is the angled lady investigating a crime? Is she about to become the victim of a crime herself? There's very few forensic clues on offer here. Not a stray fibre nor a carelessly discarded French cigarette butt in sight anywhere. But the perpetrator is someone in that room. It always is..

I feel better now. Thank you. 9.
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05/10/2019 11:58:27 PM
What an intriguing pair of postures slyly mirrored in the images, metaphysically speaking.
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05/10/2019 11:19:36 PM
My favorite for this challenge. Or any challenge. The bends and the puddles.
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05/10/2019 09:30:17 AM
really like this one. strong comp and very human-ish.
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05/10/2019 12:35:30 AM
Whoa golly!

This image is... totally amazing!

I'm thinking it would win in any challenge.
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