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Challenge: Where's Waldo? III (Advanced Editing V)
Camera: Casio Exilim EX-Z60
Location: Washington State
Date: Jun 22, 2007
Aperture: f4.4
ISO: 50
Shutter: 1/400
Galleries: Black and White, Children
Date Uploaded: Jun 23, 2007

My daughter posing on the beach. Even though she is easy to spot because she is centered, I still thought it was cool.

Statistics
Place: 68 out of 150
Avg (all users): 5.6649
Avg (commenters): 7.0833
Avg (participants): 5.4828
Avg (non-participants): 5.7462
Views since voting: 645
Views during voting: 334
Votes: 188
Comments: 16
Favorites: 0


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07/02/2007 08:48:18 PM
I love this shot! I gave it a 7 and forgot to come back and bump it. Great composition.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
06/30/2007 09:08:59 PM
It looks like she blending in... well done
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06/30/2007 08:52:47 PM
ha i didnt even see her. Good work.
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06/29/2007 02:01:02 PM
Dead center of the shot under the log.
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06/29/2007 12:51:57 AM
I looked at the photo earlier and couldn't find 'Waldo'. I see her now.
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06/27/2007 09:14:30 PM
Your highlights are a wee bit blown and your black could be a bit more black. But I like how you hid Waldina.
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06/27/2007 08:33:43 PM
In the narrow opening. Looks like she's holding up the tree with her head.
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06/27/2007 06:56:01 PM
Cool. A little bit too much grey, but I like it. Nice work.
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06/27/2007 04:21:13 PM
Strange, the strong leading line of the tree takes you straight to Waldo (Waldoina?) so there isnt much of a challenge to find her, but somehow I just find this shot entrancing, not sure whether it is the soft tons or the expression on Waldo (which is clear enough to be able to take in but not so domanant as to answer all your questions about the person)

I could look at this shot for hours, if I was to make one very small suggestion it would be to crop a bit of the sky in order to heighten the intimacy of the shot

Really super though
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06/27/2007 12:10:58 PM
Way too cool! In many of the waldo pictures so far, it seems like they are so hard to find that it may as well not even be a waldo picture at all; as though someone was trying to take a nature shot and way off into the distance someone walked into the background. But this... the waldo is truely hidden. I love it!
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06/27/2007 05:14:01 AM
I like this one. Although I'd almost feel like saying "come out of there" its how it should be, if thats waldo.
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06/26/2007 03:16:20 PM
I like the geometric feeling to this, caused I supposed by the different shapes in the frame.
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06/26/2007 11:44:20 AM
One of the few images that, for me, had a person in plain view that I didn't see straight away. Delightful composition, wonderful black and white with good tones throughout, and interesting lines leading my eyes away from "Waldo." 10.
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06/25/2007 02:59:44 PM
Very interesting landscape and waldo.
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06/25/2007 09:46:13 AM
i love it! 10
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06/25/2007 01:40:47 AM
Nice image. There's something distracting about the light on her face though. It looks like you have a reflector in there somwhere, but it doesn't fit the image, and makes here look like a ghost. The face lighting might have been better brought up in post editing, to increase the contrast without ghosting her.
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