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The Modern Day Negative
The Modern Day Negative
otisXmike


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Challenge: The Number 10 (Advanced Editing IV)
Camera: Canon EOS-300D Rebel
Lens: Sigma 28-200mm f/3.5-5.6 Compact Hyperzoom Aspherical for Canon
Location: my apt
Date: Jul 9, 2006
Aperture: f/29
ISO: 100
Shutter: 20 seconds
Date Uploaded: Jul 9, 2006

well, this ended up being a real original idea...

Yes... the curved paper was on purpose... it's too boring straight on.

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07/15/2006 06:21:17 AM
Another one... PERFECT thought.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
07/15/2006 02:21:01 AM
what I like:
good idea, well executed. I hadn't really thought of binary for this challenge but it fits perfectly. clever.

What I don't like:
it would be nice to have a bit more depth of field so the top drive was more in focus. Are the numbers a reflection? In anycase the way they get smaller and seem to "curve" towards the bottom of the disk gives it a rather odd perspective making it seem as though the disk isn't flat. I also think the crop was a little tight.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
07/13/2006 02:55:21 PM
Cool idea. Maybe just one hard disk could have done the trick.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
07/11/2006 03:51:25 PM
Interesting subject and composition. I originally wanted to say the focus seemed a little soft, but now I'm wondering if the DOF is a little too shallow. Very nice!
  Photographer found comment helpful.
07/11/2006 01:47:44 PM
I think a great DOF would have helped the sharpness of the hard drive. Also, it looks like your reflecting paper was bent, creating a curvature to the numbers. I would have gone for a more straight approach.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
07/10/2006 09:23:19 PM
Haven't I seen this before?


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