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Challenge: Childhood Without Children (Classic Editing)
Camera: Canon PowerShot G2
Location: Brookline, MA
Date: Aug 24, 2002
Aperture: f2.0
ISO: 50
Shutter: 1/15
Galleries: Family, Emotive
Date Uploaded: Aug 25, 2002

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Place: 149 out of 172
Avg (all users): 4.1959
Avg (commenters): 5.0000
Avg (participants): 4.1951
Avg (non-participants): 4.1967
Views since voting: 826
Votes: 245
Comments: 23
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
09/01/2002 09:18:00 AM
Composition: Subject Placement, Cropping, Background7,
Technical: Focus, Exposure, Lighting, Processing6,
Challenge: Does your entry meet it?9,
Appeal: Is it Interesting, Motivating, Etc.? 6,
Total Averaged Rating7. Autool
09/01/2002 04:58:00 AM
Pablo Picasso in training no doubt. I hope you continue to encourage this sort of training, you could possible retire early. This is Childhood, without question. I like the diagonals and the framing. The lighting is a little dark and/or contrasty for my tastes, but the overall look of this has an artsy feel. Good Luck - Gotcha
08/31/2002 11:41:00 PM
I think this would be more effective in horizontal with the eye leading down the wall and into the hallway a bit (or room?). A bit too dark. Good idea, and definately describes childhood.
08/31/2002 11:25:00 AM
I wish we could see this better! I really like the idea behind this. Definately portrays childhood nicely. I would say that I wish it were brighter, but I think that if it were brighter, it would be even harder to see. I like the angle on this very much. Great job and good luck in the challenge.
08/30/2002 11:39:00 PM
Give that kid some paper! My mother would have shot me for this. Angle and lighting makes this an interesting shot.
08/30/2002 06:45:00 AM
Good choice of subject - I almost did grafitti myself. Overall the shot it very dark but I like the doorframe in shot. - floyd
08/29/2002 12:43:00 PM
The lighting and angle are awful. I suspect there was an intersting shot to be had here. 2 Jak
08/28/2002 09:41:00 AM
I liked the idea, but may be you can find a better angle because the door is very distracting.
08/28/2002 01:07:00 AM
perhaps if you emphasized the scribbling to be low to the ground as a child would have it. it seems too high up
08/27/2002 08:25:00 AM
Nice idea. Unfortunatly for me, I have seen this in my own home. Focus looks good. The lighting seems a bit dark on the subject.
08/27/2002 04:41:00 AM
hehehe, Been there, done that... I like the strong linesof the door jam and the molding... The lighting bothered me at first, but it's grown on me...
08/26/2002 09:27:00 PM
Not quite clear enough, I'm afraid. It's a nice idea, but I would have tried to bring out a little more contrast.
08/26/2002 08:43:00 PM
good composition...I like the muted tones
08/26/2002 08:38:00 PM
Man I got in big trouble when I did that once. I wish there was a little more light used in this picture. Just seems a little too dark. 5.
08/26/2002 08:08:00 PM
Ewww, bad memory. It's a bit dark, artistry isn't very good (scribbles, after all)
7 Swash
08/26/2002 04:27:00 PM
I like the fact that it raises questions. Such as .. what hapened to the door ? .. Where is this ? In terms of photo, it is a bit too flat and the drawing fails to capture the attention (that's why I wonder about the door I guess)
08/26/2002 03:54:00 PM
I think if there was a little more even light, so that the scribble was more easily visible, it would be more effective. karmat
08/26/2002 02:22:00 PM
This definitely meets the challenge - I can picture so many parents' looks of horror as they see their "little monsters" work on the interior decor that they've just finished painting. However the photo itself doesn't grab me on a visual level. The lighting is a little too dark.
Kavey
08/26/2002 02:21:00 PM
Very sweet ... this brings on a nostalgic smile.
08/26/2002 01:24:00 PM
Very dark, hard to tell what you're looking at. Some additional lighting might have helped. 6.
08/26/2002 06:34:00 AM
Childhood :) I believe that I got in trouble a few times myself for similar acts of childhood disregard :) This is an interesting view with the dim lighting... - jmsetzler
08/26/2002 03:51:00 AM
Good idea, interesting framing, but the exposure is just too dark.
08/26/2002 12:48:00 AM
VERY good concept. Considering your setup, angle and lighting would have driven the point home better.


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