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My Self before a Flash MX teaching session
My Self before a Flash MX teaching session

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Challenge: Self-Portrait Revisited (Classic Editing)
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix 4900Z
Location: Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Date: Jun 12, 2003
Aperture: F/2.8
ISO: ISO-200
Shutter: 1/39 sec.
Galleries: Interior, Portraiture
Date Uploaded: Jun 17, 2003

i was preparing a class material for the pupils at the computing classroom.

Place: 179 out of 222
Avg (all users): 4.7230
Avg (commenters): 6.3333
Avg (participants): 4.7122
Avg (non-participants): 4.7338
Views since voting: 746
Votes: 278
Comments: 7
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
06/23/2003 10:11:31 PM
Holy harsh lighting Batman! The lighting on your shirt is aweful. Really way too bright. on your face it's bright, but not quite as bright as on your shirt. Definately puts you in an environment, and shows not only a physical you, but an inside you as well. Focus and clarity are good. Nice to meet you. ~Heather~
06/23/2003 01:34:41 AM
Cool how the light from the window is hitting you at an angle so it looks like it came from the computer!
06/21/2003 10:44:27 PM
What's good about this is that you included an environment that represents a part of yourself. Good job!
06/19/2003 09:09:11 PM
A shot of Batman's Techno-Boy! Love the light on the shirt's logo and the coloration.
06/18/2003 03:02:07 PM
My vote is based solely on technical aspects--not subject, ok? I like how the lighting focuses on your face and the Batman symbol of your shirt, however, I think you might have cropped it so that you were more on the left side of the shot (no reason to waste so much space with the PC behind you). I just think it might have given you, the subject, more attention.
06/18/2003 11:53:25 AM
I like the intense feeling of this shot. The look on your face makes all the difference. About the technicalities of the shot. It seems a tiny bit busy, and a bit blown out in places, but i still like the feel.
06/18/2003 04:35:57 AM
=P hola Lorenzo Fernando

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