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Time Stands Still
Time Stands Still

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Challenge: Still Life (Classic Editing)
Camera: Toshiba PDR-3300
Location: NJ
Date: Nov 4, 2003
Aperture: 2.9
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/45
Date Uploaded: Nov 4, 2003

Photo was cropped, brightened and resized for challenge.

Place: 317 out of 326
Avg (all users): 3.4311
Avg (commenters): 4.0000
Avg (participants): 3.4016
Avg (non-participants): 3.4694
Views since voting: 561
Votes: 225
Comments: 9
Favorites: 0

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/11/2003 07:30:03 PM
Hey I can see you! Is this picture on ebay:o You can do better! Use your imagination! Try to use mabey different perspectives and different lightnings.
11/11/2003 05:13:47 PM
The reflection spoils this. Could be better if it the contrast was boosted and the image cropped.
11/10/2003 03:06:43 PM
A polarizing filter would cut those glares out that are over the numbers 9 and 3. That would be a big help to the photograph.
11/07/2003 01:17:17 PM
Sorry for the comment yesterday, it was a bad day. The clock is too centered in the photo with bad reflection from flourescent lights, also off color from the same. Generally in the photography world hand on a clock are set at 10 and 2 or 4 and 8 not a dead fast rule but if you look at almost any add with a clock or watch in it you'll notice it. A tighter shot would have been better. Now for the big argument around here, does it meet the topic? Time stands still = life stand still?? If this is what your after then I would have to say no it does not. If you are simply taking a photo of a clock then possibly it does and I will score it under that assumption.
11/06/2003 05:06:46 PM
Very brave submission. Samehow it offers a balanced support!
11/06/2003 01:46:29 PM
11/05/2003 01:55:37 PM
A different idea no doubt but the flourescent lights really hurt you on this one. If you had been able to get higher so they would be a factor. Also the focus is just off and the lack of color or contrast really makes the picture a bit dull. A 3
11/05/2003 08:05:20 AM
Not bad for a first attempt. Watch out for the glare...it can detract.
11/05/2003 01:28:29 AM
Waiting for lunch? I know the feeling. Sad that this will eternally be I:56.

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