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cold electrical wind
cold electrical wind
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Challenge: Wind (Basic Editing II)
Camera: Olympus D-395
Location: digital camera
Date: Dec 13, 2004
Date Uploaded: Dec 14, 2004

sliced two pix together and it reminded me of wind! only.. ELECTRICAL!

Statistics
Place: 187 out of 199
Avg (all users): 3.9486
Avg (commenters): 4.7273
Avg (participants): 3.8333
Avg (non-participants): 3.9952
Views since voting: 693
Views during voting: 425
Votes: 292
Comments: 11
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
12/21/2004 09:13:59 PM
Wind? Anybody?
12/19/2004 02:44:31 AM
I like the composition and mood created by this image. The connection to the challenge theme is not really evident to me though. Having said that I do like the model's pose and expression. The style of the image makes the model look a little bit alien in the environment which I think adds to the impact.
12/18/2004 04:21:46 PM
looks almost like you pasted the girl in here, although i'm guessing you didn't considering the ruleset. that being considered, interesting interpretation for the challenge.
12/16/2004 02:24:03 AM
too small
12/15/2004 11:50:27 PM
How did you get this? She is so sharp compared to the rest of the image.
12/15/2004 09:18:17 PM
pretty girl... but where's the wind?
12/15/2004 01:37:34 PM
I don't get the title and the lighting seems strange here.
12/15/2004 12:20:13 PM
Composition: 6, Technical: 5, Appeal: 4, Challenge: 5, Overall Calculated Average Score: 5
12/15/2004 02:37:39 AM
Odd post processing. The foreground female appears to be pasted onto the backdrop, which I suspect is a result of aggressive sharpening, The size of the entry is rather small and if you had utilized the maximum 640 pixel allowance, better detail would be seen in the female's eyes and facial features. The backdrop can use a slight boost in contrast to make the night sky really dark. This would improve the posterization effect evident in the girl's hair/hat. Overall there is nothing glaringly deficit, and I wish you luck in this and future submissions.
12/15/2004 12:30:53 AM
great idea I like this concept and the compositionas well it really works for me.
12/15/2004 12:26:04 AM
pretty girl. what wind?


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