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Landscape within Portrait within Portrait as Landscape
Landscape within Portrait within Portrait as Landscape
dippydaz


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Challenge: Landscape in Portrait Orientation (Advanced Editing IV*)
Camera: Kodak Z740
Location: Devon
Date: Oct 27, 2006
Aperture: F/2.8
ISO: 80
Shutter: 1/125
Galleries: Landscape, Rural
Date Uploaded: Oct 30, 2006

Crop, auto levels, dodge & burn, curves
Taken in a derelect house in Devon

Statistics
Place: 40 out of 308
Avg (all users): 6.2987
Avg (commenters): 6.8889
Avg (participants): 5.8444
Avg (non-participants): 6.5887
Views since voting: 1578
Views during voting: 409
Votes: 231
Comments: 42
Favorites: 3 (view)


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/07/2006 07:00:51 PM
You are a brave person indeed...I like it...I like it a lot.
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11/07/2006 03:00:44 PM
Could you at least pretend to follow the rules and crop the image correctly? :-)

Lovely and original find, landscape could be slightly more saturated (not easy in autumn), in short, I like it.
11/06/2006 10:57:34 PM
Nice idea. I love this image. I hope you place!
11/06/2006 09:02:46 PM
I'm confused, but in a good way. I like this, I like it alot. It certainly lives up to its title. Not sure if it will be accepted as a Portrait by all members, but who cares! Its a wonderful image that keeps you looking; looking out into the landscape beyond. Hope it does well.
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11/06/2006 04:24:15 PM
10..we had the same idea, but i never came up with THIS idea so i went with (secret, cant tell you)...NICE JOB!
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11/06/2006 03:23:59 PM
great shot well done, would have liked a slightly larger view but still a 7
11/05/2006 11:53:55 AM
It's clever, and I think it works; but your depth of field doesn't seem to quite extend to infinity, and that hurts your shot.
11/04/2006 05:47:30 PM
cool
11/04/2006 02:59:49 PM
interesting concept. I think you could exploit this idea even further by not having the subject so centered in the image.
11/04/2006 01:54:01 AM
great idea
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11/03/2006 11:09:04 PM
awesome picture, superb lighting, not in portrait orientation though
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11/03/2006 07:16:20 PM
I really love this image...perhaps in a frame challenge this would ribbon...I reckon the voters are giving you a hard time by now...I like it 8
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11/03/2006 03:22:02 PM
You've just got to enter both of them, Don't you? More power to ya! I would have done the same thing, if I had thought of it first! :)
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11/03/2006 01:20:19 PM
I love this one so much, I want to hug it, and stroke it, and name it George. (10)
11/03/2006 05:35:29 AM
Well performed, I like how you make the colors stand out and how the forground is darker than the rest...
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11/03/2006 12:40:53 AM
funny, and nice
11/02/2006 10:06:02 PM
clever
11/02/2006 09:01:54 PM
You'll drive the DNMC folks crazy with this one. Does it meet? Yes it does, no it doesn't, maybe it does, I give up. LOL - Nice shot is what I say!
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11/02/2006 04:46:59 PM
WOW - now that's a twist. I like it but I wonder if the "literal" police will kill you on this. So nice to see originality. Great image. I like the symmetry. 8
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11/02/2006 03:45:05 PM
Intriguing shot. 6
11/02/2006 03:38:40 PM
This would very cool with a square crop similar to the windows!
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11/02/2006 02:12:44 PM
creative interpretation of challenge. I'll give extra bonus points for that!
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11/02/2006 08:52:39 AM
err, "landscape in portrait orientation" means, that the width of the photo is smaller than its height; this is "landscape in landscape orientation". Still, it is a nice idea well executed.
11/01/2006 11:44:00 PM
Got to love this one. Great DOF. Awesome find.
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11/01/2006 07:49:22 PM
Great picture but not portrait.
11/01/2006 05:55:11 PM
I really like this shot very much. It's a shame the orientation's not correct for the challenge.
11/01/2006 05:29:51 PM
I love this image, but am taking a couple of points off because the orientation of the whole shot is landscape (DNMC).
11/01/2006 05:04:57 PM
Great idea
11/01/2006 04:17:49 PM
I like the photo, but I can't see how this fits the challenge description.
11/01/2006 12:58:53 PM
interesting interpretation of the challenge. Well seen.
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11/01/2006 12:57:16 PM
This is a brilliant shot and very well exposed. You should have saved it for the free study though as nothing here really looks portrait. Oh, the windows could be slightly portrait, but they feel more square than anything.
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11/01/2006 12:36:00 PM
Very clever take on the challenge. I hope you do not suffer too many DNMC-type thinkers.
11/01/2006 11:28:20 AM
very tricky.
11/01/2006 11:19:12 AM
Interesting idea. You might get some DNMCs, but I actually really like it.
11/01/2006 09:14:13 AM
oh, ok, thanks for the title, coz i was wondering:).. actually, this is great! i like what u did with the light most of all!
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11/01/2006 06:38:11 AM
Clever, got me on that one.
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11/01/2006 05:58:32 AM
So where's the landscape orientation?
I like the image its very very strong, but it just doesn't fit the challenge this time round. Rotate the camera o crop to a portrait and I'd give you the benefit of the doubt.
11/01/2006 04:53:55 AM
3D photography, well done and presented.
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11/01/2006 04:15:24 AM
Like the way you have done landscape in portrait twice, cropping this would have lost the impact - excellent shot
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11/01/2006 03:32:21 AM
Streeeeetch
11/01/2006 02:17:19 AM
Sneaky, sneaky! Really interesting shot. I'll buy it but I dunno how others are gunna feel!

Your title lost me but I got what you meant.
11/01/2006 12:48:55 AM
Excellent idea and execution. Now, why didn't you just have it as a portrait, as per challenge requirements? I hate it but I'll have to deduct...


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