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Elemental Irony
Elemental Irony
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Challenge: Irony (Classic Editing)
Camera: Olympus D-450Z
Location: Northern Virginia
Date: Sep 29, 2003
Aperture: Auto
ISO: Auto
Shutter: Auto
Galleries: Humorous
Date Uploaded: Sep 29, 2003

Sorry. It's all I could think of.

Statistics
Place: 122 out of 131
Avg (all users): 4.0474
Avg (commenters): 3.9444
Avg (participants): 3.9333
Avg (non-participants): 4.0955
Views since voting: 985
Votes: 253
Comments: 19
Favorites: 0


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10/07/2003 09:41:34 PM
reminds me of chemistry. and i disliked chemistry! ok, here's a 6
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10/07/2003 03:57:40 AM
i am so not clever enough to understand the irony here.
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10/06/2003 11:12:28 AM
lacks interest, no DOF, poor composition. Looks like just a snapshot.
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10/05/2003 01:10:30 PM
I see what you are getting at here, it's just that for me this isn't photography taking a pic of a chart. But anyhow, on the technical side I would either have included those words at the bottom in your photo or left them completely out. Only having half of them there is a little distracting.
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10/02/2003 11:12:38 PM
Clever.
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10/02/2003 10:45:20 PM
Hmmm, as a chemist, I'm surprised I didn't think of something like this myself (which is ironic to me). That being said, I think it would have been cool to show the "Fe" info stamped or represented on something like copper...
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10/02/2003 05:43:19 PM
Whoa! A little too close I think. It blurred your image and added noise. I'd guess that this is an equipment issue. Know the limits of your camera. Even less fancy ones will take great shots if they're utilized right. This shot is inventive and my guess is that you were trying to convey that Iron's symbol has an E in it. Next time I'd try backing off a bit or altering your prop ahead of time to make editing easier. Hope this helps. Good luck.
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10/02/2003 05:06:41 AM
Use of existing artwork, and not ironic in any way as asked for. 1
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10/01/2003 07:15:25 PM
I know the transition series all too well..them and their seemingly flubbed electron configuation. Im guessing you're focusing on the Rubidium's 4d75s1 orbital configuration? love the clarity of the shot, but Im not sure how it's really ironic...
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10/01/2003 06:17:52 PM
You need a subject with more dimensions. While a periodic table is useful a photograph of one isn't interesting. I like the word play however.
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10/01/2003 04:30:30 PM
base 1: 1/1
challenge: 0/3
technical: 1/3
aesthetics: 0/3
total: 2
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10/01/2003 01:07:33 PM
Good detail, I like the colors.
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10/01/2003 12:52:32 PM
Cute. but it looks like there wasn't enough resolution, or maybe you just enlarged it too much.
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10/01/2003 11:59:15 AM
I never got Chemestry, so this is way over my head, I think.
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10/01/2003 10:45:55 AM
the title is the best thing about this photo
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10/01/2003 08:17:44 AM
don't really see any irony =/ is it just me?
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10/01/2003 04:52:32 AM
This doesn't float very well...
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10/01/2003 01:02:25 AM
please help me to understand this.
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10/01/2003 12:21:12 AM
eh? whats ironic the FE stands for Ferrium which I believe is the greek name because iridium has Ir

Message edited by author 2003-10-08 01:31:50.
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