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Challenge: Glass (Classic Editing)
Camera: Olympus C-5050Z
Location: My Living Room
Date: May 6, 2003
Aperture: f/3.2
ISO: 64
Shutter: 1/1000
Galleries: Studio
Date Uploaded: May 6, 2003

11th hour submission. Title pretty much says what I was going for. Star filter was just too much, plus I did it once recently. Please break 5!!

Statistics
Place: 25 out of 278
Avg (all users): 6.0661
Avg (commenters): 7.6471
Avg (participants): 5.9403
Avg (non-participants): 6.2222
Views since voting: 1150
Votes: 242
Comments: 20
Favorites: 3 (view)


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
05/13/2003 01:36:48 PM
I like how the lighting of the chess peices allows you to see its reflection in the glass chess board.
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05/12/2003 10:10:52 PM
very nice idea this picture was done very nicely good work
05/12/2003 12:27:37 PM
That is really neat...I've never seen a chess board like that!
05/11/2003 06:47:30 PM
excellent work... the blue tone works well, but the light on the glass king in front seems to be a little harsh...
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05/11/2003 05:11:55 PM
attractive focus in your shot and nice exposition : 8
05/10/2003 02:07:16 PM
Oh! If ONLY you rotated that front king 90 degrees so that he was facing the camera, this would be a 10. I like the use of light here, the composition, especially the ghostly queen in waiting on the side of the board. Very nice!
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05/10/2003 12:43:03 PM
Crisp blue light looks really good and the step stages into heavily blurred BG looks nice too. Good job.
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05/10/2003 12:38:04 AM
Nice shot here... I love the lighting, especially the way it appears as though the king is lit from within. While the shallow DOF works well and is perfectly appropriate here, I find the pieces to the left of the shot distracting with the combination of lighting and lack of focus. On the other hand, the other (white) pieces are much more subtle, and less distracting. --8
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05/09/2003 08:16:48 PM
This is beautiful. I love the blue tint and the ghostly pieces in the back. Very nice.
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05/09/2003 05:16:36 PM
Been done before.......many times.
05/09/2003 09:08:54 AM
Sharp shooting !! 4
05/09/2003 03:16:58 AM
Now I got you :-) I guess not many people on DPC have chess sets like this one! Choice set-up, although the game hasn't been completely lost yet.
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05/08/2003 11:57:39 PM
Great shot. Personally I think the nearest piece appears over sharpened, but every else it quite good. I love the colours you have chosen.
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05/08/2003 11:10:11 PM
seen alot of chess shots before... good shot though
05/08/2003 04:06:55 PM
Fantastic lighting, beautiful sense of perspective. A very good picture. Congratulations.
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05/08/2003 11:34:36 AM
very nice photo. I love the blue color and find this photo very inviting.
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05/07/2003 09:08:12 PM
Good shot, great lighting! I especially like the way the pieces in the background look.
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05/07/2003 01:12:55 PM
Very nice use of lighting on this. Great detail also.
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05/07/2003 01:38:39 AM
Very nice. I like the lighting and composition.
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05/07/2003 01:38:26 AM
Hehe, cute name for the pic. The blue hue adds a lot to this one!
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