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Letting go of childhood
Letting go of childhood
leskataus


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Challenge: Letting Go (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Olympus C-750UZ
Location: Alamogordo NM
Date: Feb 10, 2004
Aperture: 2.8
ISO: 50
Shutter: 1/3 sec
Galleries: Snapshot
Date Uploaded: Feb 10, 2004

Had my daughter hang on to some monkeybars and took picture as she let go.

Statistics
Place: 125 out of 188
Avg (all users): 4.7529
Avg (commenters): 5.1429
Avg (participants): 4.5684
Avg (non-participants): 4.8598
Views since voting: 555
Votes: 259
Comments: 7
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
02/17/2004 08:21:22 AM
Sorry...this child appears to be reaching for the bars, which in my mind is embracing childhood, rather than "letting go of childhood" as titled. Therefore I did not score it as high as I might have otherwise. Perhaps if you depicted a child turning his or her back on the swings or bars and walking away, the title would have been fitting.
02/15/2004 06:27:33 PM
This would be a really great shot if you cropped it half way up the forearm imo.
02/14/2004 08:59:12 PM
Interesting shot, message is not quite clear.
02/12/2004 03:28:33 PM
Nice idea! I just feel that it is too dark to portray the feeling you are trying to get across. Maybe if you are more sad about letting go of your childhood (which is understandable, as I can't do that!), but I would still use more light, just emphasize the blue hues in the picture.
02/11/2004 08:34:56 PM
Oooh, good theme. You could have got down lower for the shot so that you still get the mountains but not the fence. Also, change the angle so yo dont have that yellow thing behind the kid, it is distracting.
02/11/2004 01:29:12 PM
I think cropping the bottom part away, up to and including the yellow part, would have made the picture stronger, more expressive.
02/11/2004 12:57:31 AM
For some reason, I feel as though your image works against you. The child seems more incline to play in the playground. Perhaps walking away would show the child let go of childhood.


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