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Radical 1880's Ladies Under Garment Support (iso800@1/20)
Radical 1880's Ladies Under Garment Support (iso800@1/20)
benhur


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: The 80s (Advanced Editing IV)
Camera: Canon EOS-300D Rebel
Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6
Location: London
Date: Feb 18, 2006
Aperture: f3.5
ISO: 800
Shutter: 1/20
Galleries: Fashion, Vintage
Date Uploaded: Feb 19, 2006

Not sure how this will be received most will assume suff from the 1980's but as I was at the V&A over the weekend i thought I would go a differant route and go for 100 years earlier.
As I was inside I had to use a higher iso and it has turned out a bit grainy.

Post Processing ...
(All in Elements2)
Adjusted back lighting and fill in flash
Adjusted brightness and contrast
Unsharp Mask
Reduce Saturation
Increase Hue
Resize, Save & Upload

Well here goes ...

Statistics
Place: 99 out of 101
Avg (all users): 4.2833
Avg (commenters): 4.4000
Avg (participants): 3.7963
Avg (non-participants): 4.4302
Views since voting: 1075
Views during voting: 397
Votes: 233
Comments: 13
Favorites: 0


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AuthorThread
02/27/2006 01:00:26 AM
"brown decade" perfection.......

BROWN DECADES

Message edited by author 2006-02-27 01:16:16.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
02/26/2006 08:17:01 PM
Photo is very grainy and dark, better lighting would help but I am assuming you took this in a museum. I'd also say most people are equating this challenge with 1980, not 1880.
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02/26/2006 01:53:32 PM
Its an interesting take on the challenge, and the subject itself has a certain interest and grace. Unfortunately I think the image suffers from a lack of adequate lighting and poor composition. It appears it may be part of a museum display which if that's the case, its easy to understand how lighting and what not couldn't be adjusted. The focus is pretty good but the lighting flattens everything and the great shadows/lines of the subject are lost. Also the edge on the left and the piece of material in the background do not add to the image so instead they end up taking away from it. I don't have any suggestions on how to make it better if you were to reshoot I'm afraid, since it does look like it was part of a display. Tough capture! I gave a 3
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02/24/2006 04:22:47 PM
Lol, ah! A smart ass! Kudos to you. Yes yes, they did only say "The 80's".
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02/21/2006 11:41:50 PM
He he great out of the box thinking.
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02/21/2006 11:10:43 AM
Fair enough it is shot at ISO800@1/20 but it doesn't make it a great picture. It is too blurred and tenuous for the challenge. I'm amazed that people actually wore those things though! Thanks for sharing
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02/21/2006 09:08:04 AM
Radical and 80's yes... but a pretty average shot lacking the wow factor to overcome the out of the box thinking here. Good luck!
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02/20/2006 10:26:09 PM
well this is a nice change...1880's works well too
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02/20/2006 06:22:00 PM
Well, What I like about this is just the fact that you stretched the rules the way you did. The photo though, I'm not so sure of. Perhaps you were going for some rustic image, I don't know.
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02/20/2006 01:07:38 PM
needs better lighting
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02/20/2006 11:40:49 AM
I do not understand why you put the iso and shutterspeed with the title? Also, why the strange settings, your subject isn´t going anywhere. The shot looks underexposed so I would rather reccomend you used settings such as iso 100 and about 1 second, don´t tell me that it´s because you didn´t bring a tripod, that´s no excuse.
02/20/2006 08:42:18 AM
I'm pretty sure they meant the 1980's.
02/20/2006 02:18:43 AM
OK...I think the idea was the 1980's not the 1880's...


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