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Draging it in to Frame
Draging it in to Frame
Mundi


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Off-Screen Expectation (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Kodak DX3900
Location: My room
Date: Mar 9, 2004
Aperture: F/2,8
ISO: auto
Shutter: 1/20 sec
Galleries: Sky, Portraiture
Date Uploaded: Mar 9, 2004

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Statistics
Place: 21 out of 183
Avg (all users): 5.9022
Avg (commenters): 7.3529
Avg (participants): 5.4487
Avg (non-participants): 6.0808
Views since voting: 1236
Votes: 276
Comments: 19
Favorites: 1 (view)


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/15/2004 04:26:12 PM
Nice composition and use of desaturated colours. good work.
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03/14/2004 09:40:32 PM
Good idea...like the color.
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03/14/2004 05:33:52 PM
i really would have liked this a lot more if I could see her face...maybe seeing the expression of wonder at what she is dragging into the frame would have help a lot on this one for me
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03/13/2004 12:40:00 PM
I gave you a high rating because of the composition and the nice colour of the picture. I would like it more if you could see more of her face. Fits the challence very well, I wonder what is on the other and of that belt. I think you are in the top ten.

Harm
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03/13/2004 08:14:29 AM
Wow. Great use of light and color. Amazing composition. I would hang this on my wall. And I really do want to know what it at the other end of that strap.
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03/11/2004 10:00:41 PM
Wow, I think the green tinge looks great here! 10.
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03/11/2004 04:04:26 PM
Creative and well done. I might not have left so much dead space behind the model, but it is still an excellent shot.
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03/11/2004 06:36:22 AM
Nice fresh idea here.
I would have preferred the person to be positioned more to the right or left..as the negative space would have balanced the picture.
However, the idea is a really good one and you deserve to do well with this.
Good luck
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03/11/2004 05:27:45 AM
Very nice idea here.... Interesting color, nice job.
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03/10/2004 04:46:59 PM
Good idea and execution. - 7
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03/10/2004 03:50:44 PM
Nicely done. I'm not so keen on the green tone I'm seeing...
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03/10/2004 02:59:51 PM
I'm still waiting to see what gets pulled into the picture! Good interpretation-9
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03/10/2004 01:26:36 PM
Good idea, but I think you have too much negative space, particularly to the left of the subject. The background doesn't appeal to me (the blur). The subject is a tad overexposed on the left arm, but the position is good (I like the lean) and the strap or rope going upward is a good idea. Just crop off that left side, okay? <g>
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03/10/2004 12:29:18 PM
Good concept to meet the challenge theme. I would like for subject not to have been so centered and positioned more to the left as well as, to have seen more of her torso. Also, I think the lighting is a bit too harsh, although I do like the unevenly lit background. I have mixed feelings about the color/toning.
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03/10/2004 12:21:19 PM
like the color palette, tension of the subject, well done.
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03/10/2004 12:09:59 PM
Fulfills the challenge well. The green caste to the shot doesn’t work for me and I think there is too much empty space on the left. Need to un-center the subject a bit.
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03/10/2004 02:03:12 AM
The details are missing, a little too much contrast. Very creative shot none the less.
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03/10/2004 01:56:44 AM
This is great! Dragging is spelt with a double g though ;-).. 9
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03/10/2004 12:14:27 AM
Very clever indeed, I absolutely love it. Great lighting and I like the colour tone you selected here. So simple, yet so very effective. 10.
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