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That's All Folks!
That's All Folks!
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Challenge: Death (Basic Editing)
Camera: Olympus D-535 Zoom
Location: Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Date: Dec 5, 2006
Galleries: Emotive
Date Uploaded: Dec 5, 2006

Happened on Mel Blancs grave at a recent trip to an LA cemetery. I know a lot of people grew up and learned a little sarcasm along the way thanks to this man. He may have passed from this reality almost twenty years ago, but his legacy lives on.

Statistics
Place: 126 out of 227
Avg (all users): 5.1014
Avg (commenters): 5.7500
Avg (participants): 5.0988
Avg (non-participants): 5.1032
Views since voting: 680
Views during voting: 313
Votes: 207
Comments: 13
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
12/12/2006 05:53:09 PM
I grew up with this guy and that makes this image interesting, but photographiclly there is nothing that sets it apart from other grave yard images. Good processing though.
12/11/2006 01:43:26 PM
the man was a genius.
12/10/2006 11:34:43 AM
cool. where is he buried? I love that his headstone says 'that's all folks' -- brilliant.
12/08/2006 01:51:11 PM
SAYS IT ALL !!!
12/07/2006 07:03:01 PM
awesome shot
12/07/2006 03:47:59 PM
well it's just another cemetary shot. for a higher vote from me, you should've been a bit more creative.
12/07/2006 03:41:20 PM
Technicals: harsh lighting. static composition.
Feel: gets the dreaded moniker of "snapshot".
Score: 4
12/07/2006 03:15:48 PM
Fits the challenge well. The composition is a bit static and lighting a little flat. 5
12/07/2006 01:27:07 PM
A grave stone does work for the challenge and the message is quite amusing, but I feel like there may have been some more interesting ways to capture this image. Perhaps some dramatic lighting, early in the morning or late in the afternoon; maybe black and white would have worked better. Also think about angle when you're shooting a static and relatively mundane subject. Like if you shot from really low to the ground, you might have been able to get some decerning billowy clouds or sometihng to spark that mood a bit more. Of course these are just some ideas. The concept works I think, just think about looking at in from all different angles and modes of lighting and consider the meaning of everything that appears in the frame. 8o)
12/06/2006 06:53:20 PM
Hum...interesting.
12/06/2006 04:34:19 PM
What a lovely headstone! :o)
12/06/2006 04:10:06 PM
Just terrific!!!!!

Great way to meet the challenge and go outside the norm for an outstanding entry.
12/06/2006 07:47:17 AM
the title provides higher rate then otherwise


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