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Messy Paint
Messy Paint
levi2004


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Texture (Classic Editing)
Camera: Kodak DX3500
Location: My Bedroom Floor
Date: Jul 20, 2002
Date Uploaded: Jul 20, 2002

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Statistics
Place: 172 out of 218
Avg (all users): 4.5078
Avg (commenters): 4.5000
Avg (participants): 4.4452
Avg (non-participants): 4.6040
Views since voting: 2521
Votes: 256
Comments: 20
Favorites: 0


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07/27/2002 10:08:00 PM
Interesting approach. Might have been more effective if focused more in the foreground
07/27/2002 11:02:00 AM
would of liked to of seen more light on this shot, there is quite a bit of it in focus and it would of been nice to have all those areas a bit brighter.
07/25/2002 02:19:00 PM
if the lighting was good u wouldve had a perfect pic
07/24/2002 11:48:00 PM
Jackson Pollick was here.
07/24/2002 11:48:00 AM
It almost looks like a world map!
07/24/2002 11:24:00 AM
Would have worked better if the paint went on into the distance, rather than being chopped off by a ragged black background. You can fake that sort of thing by painting short wide shapes on the far side and curving the page up, but be careful about changes of light in the curve giving the illusion away.
07/24/2002 10:34:00 AM
Cool idea and I like all the colors. I would have cropped out the top dark part of the picture though.
07/23/2002 04:36:00 PM
Good idea, but your execution is poor. Email me to follow up if you're interested.
07/23/2002 02:29:00 PM
Composition5,
Technical Aspects6,
Meets Challenge7,
Originality7,
Average Score6,
Autool.
07/23/2002 01:08:00 PM
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Message edited by author 2003-09-19 03:11:42.
07/23/2002 09:55:00 AM
i think this would have been really nice with some more even lighting and no horizon line across the top of the image... A little more downward angle on this shot from a slightly higher vantage point would remove the horizon and probalby give you better depth of field as well... = 5 - jmsetzler
07/23/2002 04:06:00 AM
the background is too dark? perhaps more lighting would be better
07/23/2002 12:38:00 AM
GRUBY!!! (I guess)
07/22/2002 11:49:00 PM
I bet that was fun to do. I like the different colors, but I would suggest getting the lighting more uniform for a truly awesom effect.
07/22/2002 10:22:00 PM
Better if the depth of field were reversed - clear foreground/blurry background. Otherwise, I like it.
07/22/2002 06:42:00 PM
like flying over a map of Europe
07/22/2002 05:37:00 PM
I don't know what is drawing me to put my hands into this cacaphony of color but I must resist!! the forground should be the sharp part of this picture.
07/22/2002 04:48:00 PM
jackson pollock, jr.? I think the light is a bit low and maybe a smaller area covered would have worked better for this shot. last but not least: go to the file size limit to get better results. 4 beegee
07/22/2002 05:40:00 AM
wet paint does not have much texture
07/22/2002 04:53:00 AM
Better lighting, and better focus may have made this better


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