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Behind Enemy Lines
Behind Enemy Lines
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Challenge: Indoor Macro Shot (Classic Editing)
Camera: Canon EOS-D30
Location: Reykjavík, Iceland
Date: Mar 26, 2003
Aperture: F/5,6
ISO: 400
Shutter: 1/30 sec.
Galleries: Emotive, Macro
Date Uploaded: Mar 30, 2003

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Statistics
Place: 16 out of 122
Avg (all users): 6.5862
Avg (commenters): 7.5882
Avg (participants): 6.6471
Avg (non-participants): 6.4194
Views since voting: 1799
Votes: 116
Comments: 18
Favorites: 4 (view)


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
04/06/2003 10:22:09 PM
The border's a bit much, but the photo is just fantastic. It summons feelings and images about this game and goes well beyond just showing a pon and a king. Probably my favorite chess shot on the entire site. Thanks for doing it right! I've enjoyed looking. 10
04/06/2003 06:10:19 AM
I like how you have only got the one piece in focus (altho it still looks slightly out of focus). The way it is seen through another two pieces is very effective as well. 7
04/05/2003 03:41:57 PM
excellent use of depth of field to isolate your subject... great lighting as well :) - setzler
04/04/2003 11:44:55 PM
The blurred foreground really makes the center o the picture "pop." Very well done.
04/04/2003 01:24:46 PM
a tighter crop and a solid background would pull it up a bit
04/04/2003 08:09:08 AM
Æðisleg myndataka hjá þér Árni
04/04/2003 07:56:53 AM
Some may be turned off by the blur around your two center pieces, I find it interesting. So much so that this shot is in my top 10. Good work.
04/02/2003 10:17:20 PM
Really nice the way you've presented this photograph. I think it's one that perhaps you would benefit from showing us how you did it. Excellent color on the front chess pieces, the yellow, speckled green, white/beige.
04/02/2003 06:08:33 PM
Nice job. The blur effects are really nice and add much to this.
04/02/2003 04:36:51 PM
I love the DOF on this picture... great lighting and perfect focus on the pawn. Very nice shot!
04/01/2003 06:15:56 PM
Good use of selective focusing and DOF.
04/01/2003 01:33:50 PM
Very good use of DOF.
04/01/2003 06:46:23 AM
I really like how you have achieved the blured vision around your main subject. Excellent lighting, composition, framing and choice of subject. Very well done. GL in this weeks challenge.
04/01/2003 01:05:06 AM
Great perspective and use of focus. This is very well done.
03/31/2003 11:53:55 PM
Super idea and name! I really like the use of DOF. (My personal border preference would have been a tad thinner).
03/31/2003 06:40:12 PM
this is way cool. i like macro shots like this where you're 'down in the action', part of the story if you will. you've conveyed the feeling well of being surrounded and intimidated by tall powerful enemies, using selective dof and foreground blur. the pawn and king have an old man and little child type feel. top notch.
03/31/2003 04:56:56 PM
Nice ..........nice composition, light and focus too.
03/31/2003 03:28:23 AM
Nice use of DOF.


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