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Challenge: Pencil (Classic Editing)
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix S602Z
Location: At home
Date: Aug 14, 2002
Aperture: 3.5
ISO: 160
Shutter: 60
Date Uploaded: Aug 14, 2002

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Statistics
Place: 59 out of 185
Avg (all users): 5.7137
Avg (commenters): 6.8500
Avg (participants): 5.7353
Avg (non-participants): 5.6905
Views since voting: 697
Votes: 262
Comments: 21
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
08/25/2002 06:36:00 PM
Nice idea! It took me some time to see that the right pencil was breached to compensate the refraction. The waters is a good background, too. Nice lighting.
-stephan
08/24/2002 08:28:00 AM
Very original, how long did it take you to get the angle on the break right?
08/23/2002 02:53:00 PM
I was looking this up in the dictionary to relate the title to the photo and I think the word you were thinking of is Refraction. That is the bending of something by dissimilar mediums. Or, by the pencil being broken, I was thinking you might have meant "fracture" which means the breaking of something. I noticed that these appeared to be non usa pencils, so in that case, you did a fine job of getting close either way. Setting that aside as it has nothing to do with my rating of the photo, the lighting is great. I love how the water ripples and the light goes through the water. I love the angles as well. You did a great job with this photo. Good luck in the challenge.
08/22/2002 09:03:00 AM
Composition: Subject Placement, Cropping, Background7,
Technical: Focus, Exposure, Lighting, Processing7,
Challenge: Does your entry meet it?10,
Appeal: Is it Interesting, Motivating, Etc.? 6,
Total Averaged Rating8. Autool
08/21/2002 11:06:00 PM
took me awhile to figure out why the pencil is broken..good title and job with the water ripples complimenting the pencils.
08/21/2002 06:41:00 PM
The blurry quality of the water and lights within it draw me to this a lot, and like the texture of the broken pencil - it's very clever that it's the one that looks straight. I only noticed it second time of looking (this is probably 10th).
6, Kavey
08/21/2002 03:00:00 PM
A really cool effect. Love this shot 10.
08/21/2002 11:47:00 AM
Very very clever - Well done!
08/21/2002 10:35:00 AM
Good imagination.
08/21/2002 08:49:00 AM
This was a really good idea... Nice work!
08/21/2002 02:02:00 AM
Ingenious!
08/20/2002 04:41:00 PM
Funny! Well, to me anyway. Nice idea.
08/20/2002 01:51:00 PM
Very nice photo
08/20/2002 01:13:00 PM
Interesting concept! I like how you "broke" the right pencil so it wont look refracted. 6 -lennier
08/19/2002 06:15:00 PM
Nice shot!
08/19/2002 02:19:00 PM
This image reads to me as a nice experiment but I stil think "so what; what is this image trying to tell me?". Why are these pencils in the water other than for purposes of an experiment? The refraction and the water make for pleasing effects. 5 Journey
08/19/2002 10:59:00 AM
the idea is great, not too crazy 'bout the lighting though...
08/19/2002 09:26:00 AM
I like it, very creative!
08/19/2002 05:51:00 AM
Very cool! Great job. :)
08/19/2002 01:52:00 AM
Really interesting photograph -- made me look two or three times to figure out what was going on. I'm not sure I like the framing... both pencils originate and end without any real anchor to the frame of the photograph. The large amounts of 'blank' (water) space are kind of disappointing, too. Perhaps you could try reframing this vertically?
08/19/2002 12:51:00 AM
did you mean 'diffraction'?


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