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Just one more minute
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blindjustice


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Challenge: Soft Focus (Classic Editing)
Collection: challenges
Camera: Canon PowerShot G1
Location: My car, on the way home from work.
Date: Nov 25, 2003
Galleries: Interior, Macro
Date Uploaded: Nov 25, 2003

As a preface, I don't have the access to tons of subjects, nor do I think I would take nice portraits.

This is my attempt to show that period of time, that limbo between hitting the snooze and hearing the alarm and getting up at seven. Come to think of it- I would love to get up at seven.

Statistics
Place: 97 out of 99
Avg (all users): 3.7847
Avg (commenters): 4.5455
Avg (participants): 3.7973
Avg (non-participants): 3.7714
Views since voting: 1019
Votes: 144
Comments: 14
Favorites: 1 (view)


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12/07/2003 09:54:29 PM
Soft.. but not real interesting... sorry.
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12/07/2003 03:40:09 PM
Nice idea. I like the use of 3rds and negative space. 5.
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12/06/2003 07:28:07 PM
derrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.........
12/05/2003 08:21:47 PM
I don't think this is a great photo - but it's a great entry for this challenge. Hope you score that high, though I suspect you won't. Placement of the figures in the frame shows thought too - good stuff.
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12/05/2003 12:57:13 PM
yes- my clock looks like that in the morning too. It should read 5:59 though to give the sensation that this is waaay to early to be waking up. Not a bad image, really - it tells a great story.
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12/04/2003 06:49:12 PM
And then the alarm goes off. Ouch! On days off that time of day is so nice but if I have to go to work not so. A tad unfocused.
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12/04/2003 11:16:22 AM
C'mon, it's 6:59 and you're still snoozin'!?!?! Anyway, I'd bet this gets blasted, but not by me. Made me laugh.
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12/02/2003 10:12:11 PM
would have looked better off-set a little more, so it was on the 1/3 line. Looks more like a camera shake at a long exposure, than a soft-focus shot. Sorry.
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12/02/2003 01:13:12 PM
Hmmmmm. That looks familiar! (;
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12/01/2003 10:08:17 PM
unique idea... a bit uninteresting to me personally...
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12/01/2003 06:26:34 PM
Soft focus is not a blur photo,but I like the effect,4 here!
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12/01/2003 02:12:20 PM
it does fit the category......I'm sure my clock looked like this many times to me
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12/01/2003 10:19:38 AM
Well the numbers do have a softness to them, as well as a slight blur. They're not exactly in the middle so that's good. There are a few people out there that appreciate this kind of photography, but it just doesnt really grab me. Stylistic but it holds no interest for me overall, sorry.
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12/01/2003 12:48:01 AM
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