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Passionate Intensity....an emotional perspective
Passionate Intensity....an emotional perspective
grigrigirl


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Point of View (Classic Editing)
Camera: Nikon D100
Location: my home
Date: Jan 8, 2004
Aperture: 2.2
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/125
Galleries: Emotive
Date Uploaded: Jan 12, 2004

sometimes, we are so busy looking for the flaws...that we miss the beauty. pity

Statistics
Place: 100 out of 286
Avg (all users): 5.4843
Avg (commenters): 7.9000
Avg (participants): 5.3445
Avg (non-participants): 5.6074
Views since voting: 1829
Votes: 254
Comments: 12
Favorites: 3 (view)


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
01/20/2004 10:23:54 AM
Cool. Show more eyes...they show intensity.
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01/19/2004 05:35:55 PM
very emotive lighting. pose is a wee staged, but that's no big criticism.
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01/18/2004 08:32:38 AM
Beautiful (both the lady and the pose) dramatic, anguished take on the challenge theme. Lighting is excellent and I love the way the black clothing recedes into the dark background and divides the body into different sections, adding to the impression of conflict. The tight crop is also apt. Very well done.
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01/17/2004 05:22:18 AM
this is good...... 10 An awkward, but expressive human form, counts as combined point of view of the model and photographer to me. Dividing garmet which fades into the utilitarian black background effects what I see as an interesting pose and composition. I am biased to the colour and light which sets the tone easier to look at. A less explainatory title would have suited me better, this foto has enough power to stand without one.
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01/16/2004 11:53:43 PM
great soft lighting. love the shadows the play across the image.
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01/16/2004 12:03:39 PM
The title is such a literal interpreation of the shot it doesn't really allow the viewer to come up with his own POV. Still a nice pic.
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01/15/2004 08:52:13 PM
very nice, I like the lighting in this shot. 10
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01/14/2004 07:29:32 PM
strong emtion is emitted from this shot. i like it
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01/14/2004 06:45:42 PM
Shadow under her head, the dark background and dark clothing disassociates head from body, and legs from torso. To me, I can't see enough facial detail to ascertain emotion.
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01/14/2004 06:15:43 PM
Beautiful! I love the overall feel of this photo!
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01/14/2004 02:40:35 PM
I like this tones..the lighting and pose really came together.
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01/14/2004 04:27:48 AM
I really like this kind of photography, and I could look at photos like this for hours. The girl's stance and expression looks very natural, not at all acted. The play of light and shadow comes over very effectively, although the sudden shadow below her nose turning the mouth area into a dark empty hole is not how I would have done it myself. It comes over a little strange also giving me the feeling that the top part of her chest is distorted somehow. But still a very classy photo (9)
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