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Challenge: Literalisms (Classic Editing)
Camera: Sony DSC-F717
Location: Lounge
Date: Nov 16, 2003
Galleries: Abstract, Action
Date Uploaded: Nov 16, 2003

Aperture: f8
Exposure -0.7
Shutter: 8 secs
ISO 100

This was going to be called 'Either Coming or Going' for obvious reasons - and I think most people think it should have been!

It was a single 8 second exposure from a tripod. I froze for 4 seconds, turned and froze again.

Light source was my lounge main light and I angled the door so as not to pick up too much light on it.

Main challenge was to stay absolutely still and split the timing evenly.

Statistics
Place: 9 out of 109
Avg (all users): 6.8321
Avg (commenters): 6.9000
Avg (participants): 6.4085
Avg (non-participants): 7.2879
Views since voting: 3215
Votes: 137
Comments: 18
Favorites: 7 (view)


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11/26/2003 12:02:06 PM
Greetings from the Critique Club!

This photo is absolutely fantastic. Your idea is unique and well thought out. Your composition is perfect; I like how you have chosen a lower perspective.

I think the door may have moved just a tiny bit during shooting; look at the doorknob - there seem to be two of them.

Anyway, this great idea was very well executed, and the score reflects that. Congratulations!

Steve
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11/24/2003 04:18:52 PM
Great work Jon. I really liked the idea and the execution on this one. The post processing treatment you did has a great graphic effect, sort of like a pen and ink or pencil sketch. Keep it up.
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11/24/2003 11:30:01 AM
Hi Jon, Great job. Congratulations. I tried this with 8 seconds and I got nothing. ? Kept experimenting and finally got results with 30. I wouldn't have thought to do this tecnique and appreciate the tip.
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11/24/2003 09:12:55 AM
either title would have worked, I gave it an eight
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11/24/2003 02:32:08 AM
can you tell me how to take photos like this?? is that effect because of a very low iso speed?
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11/24/2003 01:39:09 AM
this is rad--can't believe it didn't ribbon. awesome work. :)
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/23/2003 05:46:15 PM
Looks like he doesn't know if he's coming or going.
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11/21/2003 06:24:06 PM
Wow, You did a great job with the double exposure. It really talks to you.
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11/20/2003 11:14:18 AM
A great idea!
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11/19/2003 09:54:48 AM
I think overlapping the ghost images is too distracting and really don't convey the meaning of the photo very well. Maybe 'Neither Coming or Going' would fit better.
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11/18/2003 05:38:42 PM
awesome photo! Sure to be a top pick...I'll give it a 10...the clarity is great, and the capture of motion excellent! I love it in the b&w, adds to the mood of the photo...congrats on a terrific shot!
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11/17/2003 11:11:03 PM
Nicely done, I like this one! Good Luck!
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11/17/2003 05:27:16 PM
Damn! Wished my camera had double exposeure capability. Neat Idea. Only the right hand walking in on the figure wlaking out might suggest a "pat on the but."!
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11/17/2003 01:03:59 PM
This is a very cool shot! Excellent job
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11/17/2003 10:29:00 AM
The photo seems to be too sharp for me... but nice composition
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11/17/2003 10:16:05 AM
interesting. Can't wait till you tell us some of the details (shutter/flash/iso and the like.)
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11/17/2003 09:41:20 AM
I have no idea how you did this but it is great. Good job!
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11/17/2003 02:03:54 AM
Nice interpretation of the challenge, good composition, great light.
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