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Never too tired to be seated.
Never too tired to be seated.
Patmania


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Light on White III (Advanced Editing V)
Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX1
Location: Gallery in Carterton.
Date: Nov 26, 2006
Aperture: 80
ISO: 80
Shutter: 1/25
Galleries: Still Life
Date Uploaded: Nov 26, 2006

Too tired for this :P Floor overexposed but took on the fly. Tried to burn a few more details back in. This throne has had a life fading in a sun. Silver sun scorched quality made it ideal as it is almost white. Sharpened and cropped to 6x4.

Statistics
Place: 82 out of 233
Avg (all users): 5.6979
Avg (commenters): 7.0000
Avg (participants): 5.4022
Avg (non-participants): 5.9700
Views since voting: 895
Views during voting: 282
Votes: 192
Comments: 16
Favorites: 0


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12/04/2006 09:05:56 PM
I didn't see this in voting but it is great! It is creepy! The blown-out floor really works too! :)
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
12/03/2006 07:35:55 PM
Creepy. Otherworldly. 9
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12/02/2006 01:24:52 PM
I like the perspective in this, and the greyish tones with just a hint of colour. I think that the crop is just a tad too tight on the long sides, the top of the chairs back is cur off just a little, as is the one edge of the seat, and I think, in this case, that doesn't work all that well. This would be a good shot for a "vertigo" type challenge. ~7
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12/02/2006 03:05:31 AM
I like the texture of the chair but the angle seems a bit contrived. Maybe awkward is a better word.
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11/30/2006 11:30:59 PM
Very interesting idea. the angle works great, but I don't know about including that sliver of the window on the right. Also, personally I prefer crops where the subject either doesn't touch the frame at all or is severely cropped.
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11/29/2006 07:47:21 PM
this chair is simply awesome and really well photogrphed. The crop is strange and perhaps removing extraneous outer elements would have helped. 6
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11/28/2006 10:40:47 PM
love this!!!!
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11/28/2006 06:16:13 PM
Very interesting photo, but the chair doesn't contribute to the "Light on White" theme, but I like it otherwise!

3 / 3 Creativity - Ordinary/Common = 0.
1 / 3 Subject - Subject follow the challenge theme?
2 / 2 Technical - Focus, lighting, etc.
0 / 2 WOW - The hard to get points.
6 /10 Score - I rarely give out 9's & 10's.
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11/28/2006 10:36:21 AM
I like the subject and the comopsition...the lighting is almost there...nice job.
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11/28/2006 08:45:51 AM
very cool subject, love all the detail the chair provides. 9
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11/27/2006 07:32:30 PM
I love the subject and colors in this photo. The composition does not have quite enough breathing room perhaps, due to a very close crop.
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11/27/2006 07:13:43 PM
One of my favourites of the challenge. Old woodworking and metalwork tools, I love for the hints they carry of their owners. This chair too displays hints of lives. 9.
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11/27/2006 06:26:17 PM
i like the subject a lot, but the cropping makes me feel restricted somehow. This might have done well in the diagonal challenge
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11/27/2006 05:05:20 PM
Wonderful find and I love that chair. Good entry.
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11/27/2006 02:50:26 AM
Love the angle of this one...
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11/27/2006 02:35:03 AM
The right hand side of the composition detracts from the overall effort...
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