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Dad! Where are you?
Dad! Where are you?
taylorbehne


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Challenge: Childhood Without Children (Classic Editing)
Camera: Panasonic PV-DC3000-A ipalm
Location: Local Park
Date: Aug 22, 2002
Aperture: ?
ISO: ?
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Date Uploaded: Aug 23, 2002

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Statistics
Place: 66 out of 172
Avg (all users): 5.3333
Avg (commenters): 6.1364
Avg (participants): 5.1885
Avg (non-participants): 5.4758
Views since voting: 829
Votes: 246
Comments: 22
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09/01/2002 08:50:00 PM
I'm not sure of the purpose of the tunnel vision, but I get the point of the photo. The slide definately depicts an aspect of childhood. The lighting is good inside the tunnel vision thing. Vocus and angle are great. Good luck in the challenge.
09/01/2002 10:28:00 AM
Sorry ... I think the title lessen the impact a lot. Not an appealling picture but a great shot, conveys a lot of feelings. 7
09/01/2002 10:03:00 AM
Composition: Subject Placement, Cropping, Background7,
Technical: Focus, Exposure, Lighting, Processing7,
Challenge: Does your entry meet it?7,
Appeal: Is it Interesting, Motivating, Etc.? 5,
Total Averaged Rating7. Autool
08/31/2002 11:59:00 PM
Now, this is very clever! Nice job!
08/31/2002 02:37:00 PM
I think this would have been better with the top swings cropped out. 6.
08/31/2002 01:45:00 AM
you could have put footsteps going away
08/30/2002 11:35:00 PM
Not where you expect him to be..... is that why kids can get lost so easily? Interesting composition.
08/30/2002 01:42:00 PM
I like the eyelid effect here. How did you get the eyelashes? 9 Swash
08/29/2002 01:06:00 PM
does this child have a mask on? i'm not sure i like the effect here.
08/29/2002 02:06:00 AM
You don't how many times I came to this picture beofre I realized that you were trying to simulate looking through an eye. It is very clever, I guess I am just very slow.
08/29/2002 12:20:00 AM
wow this is scary but well done..I can just imagine a toddler looking down.
08/28/2002 04:20:00 AM
Wow, this is very evocative! It brings back a lot of memories of being scared to try things without my parents being there to save me. Life is tough when you're small!
08/27/2002 06:13:00 PM
Nice effect, right down to the eyelashes! (Assuming this is supposed to be a view through an eye, and all... otherwise, I've missed it!)
08/27/2002 03:53:00 PM
I didn't have tunnel vision as a child but my parents realised I needed specs when I was about 4 or 5 when they kept pointing at the planes in the skies above the airport and I just couldn't see them. I actually remember getting very annoyed as I thought they were making them up.
Being somewhat interested in sight and lack of, I've seen a number of articles with photos such as this which are printed to try and show those of us with full vision what tunnel vision feels like.
Now, if this _isn't_ showing tunnel vision, then I am definitely confused :)
5, Kavey
08/27/2002 01:30:00 PM
Interesting idea. Complete with eyelashes and all. I know what you were goinf for -- from the eyes of the child, but I think the photo would have said that without the actual eye, which detracted for me. 5, just-married
08/26/2002 08:14:00 PM
I don't like the vingnette (sp?).
08/26/2002 05:09:00 PM
Tunnel vision! Works well with your title!
08/26/2002 03:39:00 PM
I don't get it, fear?
08/26/2002 10:57:00 AM
cool idea...
08/26/2002 10:51:00 AM
Creative and well thought out.
08/26/2002 01:03:00 AM
This is a great idea. you took the theme of childhood and added extra perspective.
08/26/2002 12:49:00 AM
I like how you did this from the childs view. Nicely done:)


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