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 This image was disqualified from the From the Ground Up II challenge.
iron horse
iron horse

Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: From the Ground Up II (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Kodak DX4330
Location: PDX
Date: Sep 21, 2005
Galleries: Transportation, Science and Technology
Date Uploaded: Sep 21, 2005

From the ground up the future of transportation are seen through motorcycles that may have been engineered for performance - but it also show life in its figure and form.
Disqualification Details
The use of effects filters (excluding Noise and Gaussian Blur) is not permitted in Basic Editing, and you must provide your original photograph when requested. Please review the challenge submission rules.

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10/09/2005 06:25:52 PM
seriously mate... don't take the piss. have u at least noticed what the challenge was about?
 Comments Made During the Challenge
10/01/2005 03:01:59 PM
Interesting picture. I like the detail brought out by the contrast.
10/01/2005 12:36:38 AM
Personally, I'm not a fan of photo-editing filters - just not my cup of tee. Compared to other entries in this ground up challenge, the subject matter doesn't hold my attention. The whites are way too overblown. Perhaps if this was just a black and white photo without the filters it would have been more appealing for me. Sorry.
09/30/2005 06:32:57 PM
I don't like the effect you got and can't see the relation with the challenge.
09/30/2005 04:36:41 PM
Nice bike. Out of challenge. Doubtful technique.
09/30/2005 10:08:00 AM
To me this does not have a "from the ground up" perspective.
09/29/2005 07:10:26 PM
Wow... not only is it horrifically over-processed, I can't see how it meets the challenge.
09/29/2005 04:36:07 PM
Why does the picture look like that? It hasn't helped the image at all, it looks like you took this picture witht he chorme setting of my cell phone camera...

And it's not even from the ground up....
09/29/2005 05:33:00 AM
i'm not this qualifies for the theme, but the effect is cool.
09/28/2005 09:41:35 PM
A horrible treatment of this photo.....whatever you did makes it look like a poor drawing
09/28/2005 01:24:17 AM
Too much contrast CAN be a bad thing. I'd of used a little less contrast to avoid loss of detail.

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