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Challenge: Self-Portrait III (Advanced Editing IV)
Collection: Challenge Entries
Camera: Nikon Coolpix 2500
Location: Home
Date: Feb 13, 2005
Galleries: Portraiture, Black and White
Date Uploaded: Feb 13, 2005

Soft focus was intentional. Crop, adjust levels, resize for web

Statistics
Place: 35 out of 247
Avg (all users): 6.3406
Avg (commenters): 7.1563
Avg (participants): 6.1053
Avg (non-participants): 6.5497
Views since voting: 4108
Views during voting: 704
Votes: 323
Comments: 40
Favorites: 12 (view)


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06/30/2010 12:27:56 AM
i really like this idea! hmmmm possible deja vu challenge ideas brewing...

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05/28/2009 07:49:12 PM
really good photograph. keep up the creativity.
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09/05/2008 03:38:36 AM
Originally posted by sguzel:

good

yes
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09/05/2008 03:38:07 AM
good
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01/10/2008 11:54:30 AM
Great! Thanks for giving an idea of photographic art that can score well! Really glad to know that's possible. :)
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
02/20/2005 11:46:51 PM
Great idea. Only the strange color balance keeps me from giving it a very high score. There appears to be some glare on the top right corner, and you could have easily cloned out the Kodak logo on the print, but it's still a very expressive portrait. 7
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02/20/2005 09:07:13 PM
What a unique presentation! Great job. :o)
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02/19/2005 03:18:54 PM
Well done!!!
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02/19/2005 01:10:14 AM
A most interesting and clever photo. Well done ! One of my favorites.
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02/18/2005 10:11:07 PM
I'm floored. We've got the next Andy Warhol here ladies and gentleman.
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02/18/2005 04:33:41 AM
This would have been great if you were behind the B&W copy... Unless I'm mistaken that's a colour pic behind? Great idea though... 6
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02/18/2005 02:18:41 AM
great concept.. but the white balance seems to be out of whack... I have never seen the back of photo paper look so yellow
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02/17/2005 10:56:14 PM
The girl behind the tear. The end result has been well achieved and you have my admiration. Bumping up.
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02/17/2005 05:36:09 PM
Gorgeous photo!
Would love to know how did you do it so accuratly.
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02/17/2005 05:06:15 PM
real nice 7 from me
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02/15/2005 11:16:16 PM
The thumbnail makes me yearn for more. There is a red cast to the color portion of the 'submission' display that undoes the impact of the graphic for me. Had the pic been entirely in sepia/bw, my personal opinon is that it would have been much stronger message. Nonetheless, nice work.
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02/15/2005 11:09:59 PM
great effect. a little soft on the focus and I'd prefer the tonal range to be a bit wider but this is a very eye catching shot in any event.
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02/15/2005 06:22:02 PM
Sweet! ;) Love that Idea, used it 10 years ago to make some posters of my band when we were playing around! :)
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02/15/2005 01:38:18 PM
Very creative and very well done! 9
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02/15/2005 01:37:04 PM
I get the feeling you are trying to say you are ripped apart, torn apart inside. Very creative. 8
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02/15/2005 12:51:13 PM
very nice work
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02/15/2005 04:23:52 AM
cool idea but the colors seem a bit odd ....
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02/15/2005 12:27:35 AM
Though I've seen something similar before, it's a great idea. Unfortunately, the color beneath seems a bit drab. I'm assuming it's two pictures layered one over the other. Taking that third picture has the effect of flattening out any depth you had in the original picture.
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02/14/2005 07:21:54 PM
nice border...good color technique...I like this
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02/14/2005 07:13:03 PM
Very Clever! White Balance is off. In Photoshop Try clicking the white eye-dropper in Curves on the white paper and the picture should be better.
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02/14/2005 05:56:16 PM
Very cool and perfectly aligned. Nice catchlights as well.
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02/14/2005 04:42:40 PM
Creative. I really like this entry. I hope you do well.... stands out from the crowd!
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02/14/2005 03:33:34 PM
Nice work. I take it you liked e301's "What is the Matrix?" entry :)
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02/14/2005 02:24:55 PM
Wow, what a great idea! I like the label proving that it's photo paper, but most of all, the whole shot is bizarre in a good way. This must have taken some time.
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02/14/2005 11:56:25 AM
nice pic.great idea,cool colours
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02/14/2005 10:44:20 AM
if this was black & white it would be a 8 here, but the colors totally ruins it for me. 5
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02/14/2005 10:21:32 AM
Wow! This is extremely creative. It feels a bit out of focus in the "exposed" area, or perhaps slightly overexposed, Also, excellent use of the frame - no dead space; It's all put to good use and very well balanced. I'd like to see a bit more contrast, but have to give you two thumbs up for a GREAT idea which was executed wonderfully!
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02/14/2005 10:02:59 AM
Kodak paper. "For a Better Look"


Original.
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02/14/2005 09:32:00 AM
Great idea, well executed.
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02/14/2005 09:17:15 AM
Very creative, great execution with the alignment. Good lluck with this ripping work...
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02/14/2005 07:56:46 AM
I hope there will be details to this one. Very outside the box and well done !
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02/14/2005 05:29:18 AM
It fits perfectly, clever idea!
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02/14/2005 04:52:46 AM
Neat idea and the alignment is excellent - I know it isn't easy!
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02/14/2005 01:12:54 AM
Interesting idea!
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02/14/2005 12:34:30 AM
Freaking brilliant
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