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Challenge: Free Study VIII (Advanced Editing IV)
Collection: Challenges
Camera: Canon EOS-10D
Location: home
Date: Apr 18, 2005
Aperture: 11
ISO: 100
Shutter: 15 sec w strobe
Galleries: Humorous
Date Uploaded: Apr 18, 2005

A double exposure 1/2 the sensor at a time.

Statistics
Place: 212 out of 507
Avg (all users): 5.6402
Avg (commenters): 6.9630
Avg (participants): 5.5538
Avg (non-participants): 5.9434
Views since voting: 1165
Views during voting: 381
Votes: 239
Comments: 32
Favorites: 0


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04/28/2005 11:04:39 AM
Daniel -- I figured this one had to be yours. No one else is as capable of the perfect split image like you are. Someday I must give this a try!
Debi
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04/27/2005 12:11:31 AM
Hey Daniel--very cool, surreal image. It bears your strong trademark!
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04/26/2005 09:15:33 PM
Welp, I was right, you were one of my 3 guesses as to the photographer. Was I right about you being a lefty?
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
04/25/2005 10:44:56 PM
I can't wait to see how this was done.
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04/25/2005 10:25:52 PM
It is a very interesting shot but a woman's hand would have looked nicer
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04/25/2005 09:36:41 PM
this appears to be the work of graphicfunk. technically an excellent shot, but asthetically it seems to be missing someting. Maybe its the cropping, or the choice of backround, im not quite sure... but good job on the multiple exposures. 8
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04/25/2005 09:04:56 PM
oh, you and your magic box ;-)
i can only imagine what your wake will be like: every 30 minutes, somebody will flip the lights on an off, and you'll be repositioned in the coffin.

thanks again for another ingenous entry. hope this does well for you. good luck!
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04/25/2005 08:33:28 PM
I think I know who you are MR. Houdini with all of those tricks up your sleeve. Its just amazing how you can do all these things, I know its not a basic challenge so you have some extra tools to work with but WOW I love it. What can I say, impressive and I cant wait to read the Photographers Comments on how you did that. Good Luck.
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04/25/2005 03:33:53 PM
hmmm, im guessing this one is by daniel (graphicfunk). really creatively done.
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04/25/2005 02:20:14 PM
This is a creative shot but there is something that doesn't work for me...
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04/25/2005 04:24:49 AM
It looks like the hand holding the white has had a bit more to drink! ;)
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04/24/2005 09:39:09 PM
Very clever. It's going to be interesting reading how you did this.
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04/24/2005 06:34:48 PM
graphicfunk? this is a true free study type image, not to omany of them in the competition... 9
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04/24/2005 03:43:38 PM
I really like the concept. it doesn't appear to be centered which I think is needed for this shot to work. I would really like to see this reworked. it could be amazing.
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04/24/2005 10:40:37 AM
is that you again Daniel? looks like your "handiwork"
cheers mate
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04/24/2005 06:51:14 AM
Visually very interesting. Wine for the eyes!
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04/24/2005 12:09:43 AM
cousin It I presume?
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04/22/2005 01:44:52 PM
Graphicfunk-like work...and a cool creative piece. Ahh, that nightly decision, white or red! I like the lighting in the photo.
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04/22/2005 06:31:58 AM
You have got to be kidding....... I will be spending all my time now trying to work this out.
First class image under these rules this is quite an achievement but I do have my thoughts on who pulled this off.
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04/21/2005 09:07:58 PM
Hehe. Funny.
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04/21/2005 05:54:51 AM
this looks like a Daniel masterpiece very nicely done and unusual
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04/20/2005 10:49:11 PM
There's only 3 people on this site who could have produced this image. My only clue is that it looks like you're a left hander. Very nice work, 9.
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04/20/2005 11:57:42 AM
Clever, but not very aesthetically pleasing, no interesting lighting or nothing really dramatic or interesting thing going on so no offense intended, I just gave it a 6 but would have just given a 3-4 if the double hand effect hadn´t been there.
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04/19/2005 10:16:24 PM
I think I know who this is ;) I'll toast to that!!! Very inventive and with subtle humor :)
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04/19/2005 09:19:11 PM
Great concept and execution. I feel that the image needs a bit more open space around the edges though. Great work.
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04/19/2005 06:48:10 PM
with one more hand, you could have had a nice rose in there too! cute one.
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04/19/2005 05:26:39 PM
Another graphicfunk trick hmm?? (sorry if I'm wrong :)
well done, but what's the meaning ?
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04/19/2005 11:13:39 AM
Rather Creepy actually! While a great idea, having the two hands joined at the wrist with different wines, there are just a few things that really end up being a distraction to me. One is the bump on the bottom of the wrists slightly to the right. Second is the hair on the wrist/arm area. If it was more uniform on the inside wrist it might not be so distracting to me personally or better yet, a woman's hand might have made a big difference here. WIth the polished nails and such. The hands here look almost to big or manly for the delicate glasses. The lighting is okay, the refelctions in the glasses are a bit distracting overall but otherwise a very unique idea and good for you for trying something different. A 7 for overall effort and shot :)
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04/19/2005 10:47:45 AM
now where were you for the surrealism challenge? great job
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04/19/2005 01:55:21 AM
Cool
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04/19/2005 12:38:03 AM
Hehe.. funky indeed :p
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04/19/2005 12:20:53 AM
graphicfunk!
good stuff, once again.
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