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My Doorway
My Doorway
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Challenge: Your Corner of the World II (Advanced Editing IV)
Camera: Nikon D100
Lens: Nikon AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.4D
Location: Shakopee, MN
Date: Oct 2, 2005
Date Uploaded: Oct 2, 2005

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Statistics
Place: 59 out of 299
Avg (all users): 5.9792
Avg (commenters): 7.7500
Avg (participants): 6.0000
Avg (non-participants): 5.9467
Views since voting: 703
Views during voting: 295
Votes: 192
Comments: 15
Favorites: 0


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10/10/2005 12:14:46 AM
This should have gotten such a higher placement. I stand by my 8 - this is a great shot!!
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
10/09/2005 10:56:28 PM
nice, but too much contrast for my taste
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10/09/2005 07:01:24 PM
Aha .. a B&W that should be B&W. This si great, the ontrasty feel to it, the slightly aged look is superb for this as a communication. The off square dorrway bugs me but when you look for a point of reference for rotation, there isn't one :)
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10/09/2005 06:06:12 PM
This works for me.
good luck
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10/08/2005 01:09:50 PM
Interesting
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10/08/2005 12:05:12 PM
i like the composition
but the model seems a bit too aware of the cam wich i never prefer
still a nice image
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10/08/2005 10:57:21 AM
the person is on the right side of the picture looking right. kinda makes you wonder whats beyond the edge of the picture....
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10/07/2005 09:42:40 PM
nice b/w photo.!!
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10/07/2005 09:22:03 PM
This is a beautifully harmonious composition; the arrangement of the various elements establishes an odd combination of serenity and tension. The fact that the person's attention is directed outside the frame, in the same direction as the leading lines of the partly visible door bracing, seems to suggest wariness or at least watchfulness. Whereas the person's back leaned against the door frame implies security. These two almost contradictory concepts are elegantly combined in your photograph. Interesting and absorbing. 9.
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10/07/2005 07:55:03 PM
Fits the challenge perfectly. Composition is spot-on.
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10/07/2005 03:13:26 PM
lovely shot,is it you?like the b&w,and the "hidden "interior.looks like a great place to sit,wouldn't mind joining you there!
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10/04/2005 10:34:47 AM
The framing of this picture is great. But it also emphasizes the main subject.
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10/04/2005 06:03:49 AM
I like this photo because of the air of thinking that it has to it. The contrasty black and white works well to accentuate the female and her look of concentration. 10
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10/03/2005 08:59:49 AM
Very nice and unexpected. I love the high contrast and that ever so slight hint of green to the filter. The pose is natural and unforced. The framing of the doorway around you is really good. The addition of the plants to the left add a nice textural touch. 8
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10/03/2005 02:25:43 AM
nice :)
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