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Challenge: Inside Looking Out (Classic Editing)
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix S602Z
Location: Lounge
Date: Aug 10, 2003
Aperture: f5.6
ISO: 160
Shutter: 1/4
Date Uploaded: Aug 10, 2003

Used Cokin Double Exposure filter.

Statistics
Place: 22 out of 85
Avg (all users): 5.9478
Avg (commenters): 7.7368
Avg (participants): 5.8000
Avg (non-participants): 6.0506
Views since voting: 1024
Votes: 134
Comments: 19
Favorites: 1 (view)


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
08/17/2003 11:56:12 PM
Interesting I like the Idea and am intriguied by how this was done. The only thing I dont like is the blown out window to the right. But I know how much of a pain that can be so wont subtract for it due to the excellent idea. Nice job. 7
08/17/2003 08:14:46 PM
Not surprised someone challenged your image...great idea and other than being a little blown out in the upper left I really like this one...my highest ranked shot...9.
08/17/2003 06:01:54 PM
very tricky! 6
08/17/2003 09:20:49 AM
Good one. You've got me curious as to how you did it. At first I thought two different people, but you would still have to have a reflection of the bagless person...then... I thought it wasn't a mirror afterall, but a room divider of some sorts with one person on each side...but the reflection of the objects nixed that. Now, I don't know!? Long exposure with black paper in between?
08/16/2003 07:38:41 PM
How did you get this shot? It's an interesting one, but at least to me, rather weakened by the lighting. (The window being brilliantly washed-out, and also blurring and erasing the edges and lines of the face of the person on the left. The earpiece would suggest glasses, and yet the lens-frames are invisible in the glare....)
08/15/2003 03:17:55 AM
Very good. I don't know how you did it and can't wait to see the description after the challenge. My only nit pic is the intense light coming through the window which affects the face on the left negatively. Other than that a top pic.
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08/15/2003 12:25:17 AM
Really cool... hope you mention how you did it!!
08/14/2003 11:34:11 PM
Your concept is fabulous. I absolutely love everything about this photo. I would love to know how you acheived this effect. Definite 10.
08/14/2003 07:16:02 PM
lol. That is too much. Is this a double exposure? Very creative. Jacko. 9
08/14/2003 05:05:50 PM
it's an excellent shot (which I think I've worked out) and has probably caused a few people to stand in front of mirrors guessing trajectories, etc.! Image is a bit soft but the concept is king here. [9]
08/13/2003 10:17:39 PM
Interesting, thoughtful picture.
08/12/2003 06:23:15 PM
An \"A\" for clever...and meeting the challenge also. Won\'t niggle about the blown out window light.
08/12/2003 02:17:04 AM
interesting! how did you do it? a second person to your left?
08/11/2003 10:04:56 PM
Unique concept, well designed. For me the bright window and the books in the background hurt an idea that could very well have been the blue ribbon. But that's just to my eye... Excellent effort!!!
08/11/2003 08:42:01 PM
this is cool.....id like to know how you did it...good luck in the challenge!
08/11/2003 01:19:16 PM
What a totally kick ass photo! Would love to know how you did it.
08/11/2003 09:45:49 AM
this seems "manufactured" in a way that does not work for me but the concept if fun and it is well-executed. I like the mirrored shoulder slopes.
08/11/2003 08:48:38 AM
OK, I'll score you high if you tell me how you did it. I am guessing that is not a mirror and you have arranged things to make it look like its all a reflection.
Job well done. 9
08/11/2003 12:53:42 AM
Very interesting picture....however did you do it?? :)


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