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Challenge: Shadows (Classic Editing)
Camera: Kodak DC215
Location: desk_top
Date: Jun 10, 2002
Date Uploaded: Jun 16, 2002

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Statistics
Place: 126 out of 138
Avg (all users): 3.6872
Avg (commenters): 4.6875
Avg (participants): 3.7172
Avg (non-participants): 3.6607
Views since voting: 1177
Votes: 211
Comments: 19
Favorites: 3 (view)


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02/07/2003 02:46:58 PM
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Message edited by author 2003-02-07 14:51:35.
06/25/2002 07:42:00 PM
GARGOYLES
 Comments Made During the Challenge
06/23/2002 11:25:00 PM
interesting sillhouette, but the rest of the photo is too dark. it's hard to make out what this is. i would suggest a closer crop and better, straight on angle to the figure with the light directly behind it. from below, you see too much of the light and not enough of the features of the figure.
06/23/2002 10:10:00 PM
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06/21/2002 05:17:00 PM
Very Different!
06/21/2002 03:44:00 PM
Original thinking
06/20/2002 06:13:00 AM
I can't tell what this is, but it's beautiful! It reminds me of ink in water, or something of that nature.
06/19/2002 11:27:00 PM
This is a nice abstract... I have spent a while looking at it and I can't figure out what I'm looking at :) That means that the abstract is working :) The only thing that bothers me a little about this photo is the empty space in the bottom of the frame... - jmsetzler
06/19/2002 10:31:00 PM
There is just enough color to make me think you want me to be able to tell about this picture. I tried adjusting my monitor several ways, but it is still too dark for the impact of the shadows to be its fullest.
06/19/2002 02:29:00 PM
What a crazy perspective in this photograph! It is hard to understand exactly what this is.
06/19/2002 11:34:00 AM
Ok. there doesn't appear to be any shadows in this shot. Only darkness due to nightfall or a dark room.
06/19/2002 05:29:00 AM
This looks a little *too* dark for my personal taste. I can't tell what the object is that you're shadowing.
06/18/2002 10:45:00 PM
Oh Man! what happened to her head? (his head?) Neat shot , but of what? I like it a lot. Sure is dark, but I like dark too. Looks like a headless woman looking thru a porthole or the front of a small submarine with a ghoastly figure looking back. I hope we get to see a lighter version.-------10
06/18/2002 01:20:00 PM
I'm not convinced it's even a photo, but I do like it.
06/17/2002 06:22:00 PM
too dark
06/17/2002 05:04:00 PM
I think thats the gargoyle dude from disney, but I'm not sure. I think Silouhettes work best when its a familiar item to everyone.
06/17/2002 04:55:00 PM
This shot is so dark on my computer that I cannot make out what it is. I even tried increasing the brightness in an editing program, but no luck.
06/17/2002 03:44:00 PM
What exactly is this? The subject is unclear...
06/17/2002 02:45:00 PM
Wow, powerful image, but ackward and VERY dark. Suggestion: Try a little (small amount) of front lighting, just enough to show some features of the doll/toy. Also, try an angle that has your subject covers the lamp bulb more (would look more like a hero in the moonlight, which is the effect I think you were going for.) Photo 4 (sorry, but wouldn't want this on my wall) Creativity 7 (great idea, but needs better execution) Shadows 5 (so dark!!!) total score 6


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