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What is going wrong with my life
What is going wrong with my life

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Challenge: Oops! II (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Canon PowerShot Pro1
Location: Studio
Date: Dec 27, 2005
Aperture: F4
ISO: 400
Shutter: 60
Galleries: Emotive, Portraiture
Date Uploaded: Dec 27, 2005


Place: 90 out of 100
Avg (all users): 3.9066
Avg (commenters): 4.4545
Avg (participants): 3.9796
Avg (non-participants): 3.8966
Views since voting: 969
Views during voting: 658
Votes: 407
Comments: 23
Favorites: 1 (view)

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
01/03/2006 11:22:58 PM
Great portrait and personally I like the jacket. So I don't get the problem. Anyway I give you an 8.
01/03/2006 11:07:05 PM
Gotta vote for this one, his hot!! good shot
01/03/2006 09:01:43 PM
Looks a bit cold from where I stand.
01/03/2006 01:27:23 AM
A small image, but a pretty decent portrait. I like the colourize. I don't think the image really meets the challenge however.
01/03/2006 01:19:14 AM
Oh, I don't know. Maybe start thinking of others instead of spending your life on yourself. Maybe you need Jesus. Maybe the wrong friends?
01/02/2006 08:22:15 PM
If it were larger I would have probably scored higher as I can't make out the detail. Nice model. 5
01/02/2006 04:34:01 PM
Good use of color and the subjects facial expression capture the title nicely. You may want to try using the full 640 pixel size allowed by DPC to get the biggest shot possible. Also, maybe introducing some noise into the shot via photoshop filters or using a higher ISO may add to feel of the pic?
01/01/2006 11:30:08 PM
To me, this is a good people shot, but not an "oops" shot. I also wish it was larger. I do like the color treatment you chose.
01/01/2006 05:28:40 PM
can't see where this photo fits in this challenge!
01/01/2006 07:56:18 AM
I don't really see how this fits the challenge as I can't see that there is a problem unless i read the title. Another thing i would suggest is making your images a bit bigger.
12/31/2005 11:11:00 PM
um.... i don't really see how this is "photographing something gone wrong" but it is a nice studio portrait.
12/31/2005 07:19:09 PM
You're stretching it....
12/31/2005 12:36:35 AM
12/30/2005 11:49:29 PM
I prefer photos to be a little larger! It will help with your score too!
12/30/2005 02:09:50 AM
Small, but moody. I wish it was bigger. Hail the idea!
12/29/2005 03:19:49 PM
This looks like a great image - I wish it were larger so I could see it better!
12/29/2005 09:43:14 AM
Doesn't covey "oops" to me. Also, it is best here to make full use of the 640 pixel maximum dimension.
12/28/2005 08:55:37 PM
Perhaps a first challenge?
Getting your submission size up to 640 pixels would be a huge help in your scores.
Regarding this fitting the challenge - pretty weak without the title. Should stand alone and say oops without a title being needed. (5)
12/28/2005 12:24:05 PM
good portait, should be bigger though,
12/28/2005 11:56:09 AM
Definitely not your workout routine. ;) Nice shot...it's very small though, which will hurt your score. It's also kind of a vague, shoehorned-into-the-challenge kind of shot as well. good luck. :)
12/28/2005 09:29:21 AM
nice shot but image needs to be bigger - longest side can be upto 640 pixels it would give the image more impact
12/28/2005 09:01:34 AM
Good picture but you didn't size it correctly. It's too small to see the detail.
12/28/2005 08:51:56 AM
A bit small but I like the expression and the colors.

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