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Challenge: Where's Waldo? II (Basic Editing II)
Camera: Sigma SD9
Location: Germany
Date: Jan 3, 2005
Aperture: 8
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/180
Date Uploaded: Jan 3, 2005

It is my second idea for this challenge and I think the better one. Was thinking the whole day how to do it and then it took just a few minutes to make a setup and press the button with my remote control. Editing - levels, curves, USM, crop with black bg, 1 pixel border line.

Statistics
Place: 8 out of 193
Avg (all users): 6.2947
Avg (commenters): 8.7826
Avg (participants): 5.8144
Avg (non-participants): 6.5426
Views since voting: 2325
Views during voting: 442
Votes: 285
Comments: 29
Favorites: 3 (view)


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01/12/2005 07:40:30 AM
This was a stunning shot. Congratulations on your high marks. I just visited your portfolio and am very impressed. Looking forward to seeing more of your work.
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01/12/2005 03:39:18 AM
Thank you very much for all your comments. I am glad to make "best 10". And I am happy that I managed to make that effect of obviosity. That a lot of people thought from the first look that there were THREE paintings and only then realised Where was my Waldo. And yes, BradP and kiwiness, you saw that "model" on my "Peeping Tom" shot and on the author's photo on my profile page LOL. In this picture there is no editing except correcting levels a bit, USM and crop. So, no cloning or dodging, anyway it is not alowed in basic editing LOL.
01/12/2005 12:32:15 AM
Congrats Olya! I knew it was you :) This was a great idea and you turned your idea into a choice photo, I like it.
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01/12/2005 12:22:08 AM
Wow, that popped out at me. Superb execution of a great idea!
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01/12/2005 12:11:08 AM
Congratulations on your 8th placing with this classic study.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
01/11/2005 04:11:06 PM
too obvious. Looks like some editting ???
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01/11/2005 04:52:08 AM
Very clever!
Almost judged it too quickly then it was obvious. Well Done. ((8))
And where have I seen her before?
:)
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01/10/2005 07:56:27 PM
this is simply wonderful... i think it would've been even better if the real pictures were framed, but still, this is a ten...
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01/10/2005 01:52:03 PM
Very Creative and great quality! I almost didn't realize that the one on the right wasn't a picture :)
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01/09/2005 03:20:56 PM
That is so cool! I almost couldn't see her.
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01/09/2005 11:37:28 AM
Really creative idea. The woman really fits the look and moos of the other two pictures. I like your approach to the challenge. Sometimes the best way to hide somethign is to make it blatantly obvious. The perspectives work very well, I think it was really hard to get that right. The lighting is well done, too: the pictures have no distracting glares, and the person looks as if she was independent of the overall lighting. ...You didn't use a photo after all, did you? ;) Great shot. Your shot being so different owes you a few extra points. I give you a ten.
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01/08/2005 09:21:57 PM
Very nice work of art, get it? Well done.
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01/08/2005 05:04:19 PM
I really like the concept, nicely done. Maybe you could have put a different background behind the woman and maybe a frame on one of the paintings to make it blend in more.
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01/07/2005 10:43:16 PM
clever idea!
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01/07/2005 03:04:51 PM
nice shot, well composed
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01/06/2005 01:05:58 PM
cleverly hidden! I also like the way the blues complement one another.
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01/06/2005 10:36:39 AM
nice creative. I think it's one of the best shots creatively. It's a little dim for my taste, but I like the "waldo's right in front of you" approach. 8
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01/06/2005 12:01:29 AM
Cool idea! I like the way you lighted the model so she fit right in with the two paintings.
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01/05/2005 06:52:21 PM
Nice
9
Good luck
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01/05/2005 03:04:39 PM
love the texture, wow
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01/05/2005 02:27:00 PM
Great idea
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01/05/2005 01:54:23 PM
I almost gave this a 3 until i realized the woman on the right was REAL!!! Best picture I've seen so far!!! 10.
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01/05/2005 12:22:39 PM
I see you Olya!
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01/05/2005 11:22:03 AM
Really, really nice! You made it especially interesting by making each frame, or lack thereof, so different, but the time period of the "paintings" appears intended to be similar. 10.
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01/05/2005 09:22:07 AM
Great composition and idea. Executed to perfection. Great job. (10)
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01/05/2005 08:00:36 AM
Clever idea well put together.
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01/05/2005 07:40:22 AM
Very clever
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01/05/2005 02:42:24 AM
Your creativity is inspiring. :-) I think this fits the challenge perfectly and the execution is flawless. This better ribbon or else! 10
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01/05/2005 02:08:48 AM
Great shot, a bit different take, but I like it.
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