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DNMC This!
MichaelC


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Challenge: Rule of Thirds II (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Nikon D70
Lens: Nikon AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5G IF-ED
Location: Brisbane
Date: Sep 5, 2006
Aperture: f/8
ISO: 320
Shutter: 1/500
Galleries: Urban
Date Uploaded: Sep 5, 2006

Levels, USM, Rotate, Correct Distortion, Hue/Sat, Crop, Resize

Statistics
Place: 35 out of 320
Avg (all users): 6.2207
Avg (commenters): 7.5357
Avg (participants): 5.8878
Avg (non-participants): 6.4839
Views since voting: 949
Views during voting: 334
Votes: 222
Comments: 32
Favorites: 3 (view)


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09/14/2006 11:45:26 PM
I give it a 9+1. Great
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
09/12/2006 07:21:02 PM
This a terrific visual example of the Rule of Thirds. It should be posted on the site!!8
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09/12/2006 05:23:48 PM
i like the lines. nice take on the challenge. clever.
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09/11/2006 01:24:04 PM
you get an automatic 7 for making me laugh, but this is also a nicely composed shot with exciting shadows and a great sense of "flatness"
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09/10/2006 05:22:32 PM
It does meet the challenge and in a great way :) I absoultely love this shot! Hope it makes top 10!
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09/09/2006 06:26:19 PM
funny
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09/09/2006 09:59:44 AM
8 :) ok dnmc! i would have given you a 10 but it dnmc. :p
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09/09/2006 02:23:21 AM
Bravo...hip hip horray! Alright, way to go...yeah! Yea buddy...this is what it's all about! You hit the nail on the head! Perfect...to me, it's meeting the challenge first above anything else - that's where I start: at a 5. Then from there I give more or less points for photo quality, difficulty of photograph, edit and lastly, I try not to judge the subject by my personal interest in it. I also pay attention to the title - if it's 'Art' then tell me where there is an artist that does not carefully name their work? I feel in this challenge, the rules are SPECIFIC...rule of thirds...plural...not third...singular. Juding by your title...I think you also feel strongly about this. From reading some of the forum threads, I feel I may be one of the 'DPC Nazis' - however, if I really, really like a photo, I give it a break. In your photo...however boring (I think) the subject is...everything about it is totally perfect for this challenge. It should be used as an example for future reference. I hope you win the blue! 10 This!
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09/08/2006 04:45:23 PM
haha! love you title.
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09/08/2006 03:53:36 PM
It's actually pretty good.
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09/08/2006 10:20:28 AM
That's the rule of thirds, alright!!
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09/08/2006 10:19:35 AM
Exactly the rule of thirds!
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09/08/2006 10:18:25 AM
nice use of the intersecting grids and shapes.
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09/08/2006 07:28:48 AM
the diagonal lines let the photo look like it is not correctly aligned, but it is very nice idea
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09/07/2006 05:36:10 PM
LOL
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09/07/2006 02:07:50 PM
I'm so sorry to tell you this, but this photo doesn't at all meet the challenge. Just kidding! You're too funny! 10 for creativity!
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09/07/2006 12:35:41 PM
Well, obviously meets the challenge! Well done making this POTentially boring subject quite interesting. I love the texture of the tiles and the diagonal lines of the shadows.
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09/07/2006 12:14:17 PM
Is this the tutorial? :))
Great idea!
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09/07/2006 11:15:25 AM
Nice title, but it does meet the challenge. :)
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09/07/2006 11:15:20 AM
Can it get anymore rule of thirds than this? Great job.
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09/07/2006 06:12:55 AM
DNMC..... (1) j/k ;)
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09/07/2006 12:41:39 AM
You sure those lines are even, I'm thinking DNMC...
...or not. This isn't the most exciting picture in the world (just a pot), but I'm going to give you a higher score for the title and for the bold statement. The sets of lines are actually fairly interesting in a way.
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09/06/2006 11:02:13 PM
He he he, funny *g*
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09/06/2006 09:34:13 PM
DNMC

Did 'Nuff to Meet the Challenge...and then some. This will have to be used in future Third's tutorials.
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09/06/2006 08:48:13 PM
Touché :-)
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09/06/2006 07:58:09 PM
The shadows really add to this shot. Nice job.
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09/06/2006 07:44:24 PM
Only met 1/3....lol
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09/06/2006 05:33:16 PM
Nice idea, can't go wrong with that.
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09/06/2006 12:32:47 PM
perfecto
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09/06/2006 11:25:39 AM
A lot of nice things about this, and I personally like it even regardless of challenge. Great colors, lines, details, textures....and title!!!
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09/06/2006 05:16:07 AM
LOL nice!
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09/06/2006 12:17:01 AM
very cute! BUt I really don;t think this meets the challenge dude. Just kidding, 7
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