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Challenge: Reflections Without Mirrors IV (Advanced Editing VII)
Collection: Portfolio
Camera: Canon PowerShot S3 IS
Location: Concord, California, USA
Date: Feb 10, 2008
Aperture: 3.50
ISO: 80
Shutter: 1 second
Galleries: Blur
Date Uploaded: Feb 10, 2008

Isaac and I visited a local pool hall to try this. Long exposure to capture motion.

-Handheld
-Resized
-Cropped a little top and bottom
-USM at 12%/48 dia/TH = 0
-Made graduated masks for top and bottom zones
-Gaussian Blur applied through masks at 16-pixel dia
-SaveAs JPEG at quality 10/10 = 122kb

Statistics
Place: 186 out of 188
Avg (all users): 3.8101
Avg (commenters): 4.8333
Avg (participants): 3.6364
Avg (non-participants): 3.9412
Views since voting: 873
Views during voting: 309
Votes: 179
Comments: 14
Favorites: 0


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03/10/2008 01:49:37 PM
Nice study of collisions and reflections. It's a very smart choice that there are two colours. Again, a very good example that I'd like to see in a physics textbook.
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02/18/2008 01:27:20 AM
I see that you were thinking about the ball reflecting off the rail as a reflection. Good idea, but it didn't reflect in the voting, as most voters were looking for light reflections, and missed the reflection connection. : ) for being a thinker!
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
02/17/2008 03:53:13 PM
strange shot
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02/17/2008 07:26:18 AM
nice idea
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02/15/2008 02:11:29 PM
Nice study of time.
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02/14/2008 02:36:18 PM
Either you're going for the Panning Challenge - in which case you submitted to the wrong link, or you're going for reflection of lights and some strange abstract, which does nothing for me, especially in the context of this Reflections Challenge. Or of course, there's always the chance that you are not going for any current Challenge at all.
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02/13/2008 10:54:07 PM
Well - there's an original reflection! Extra points for the most unique challenge interpretation so far; unfortunately the image does not have much going for it otherwise...
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02/13/2008 10:49:31 PM
givees me a good idea for a panning shot... works well with 'reflection' too.
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02/12/2008 07:19:29 PM
did you use some sort of curtain sync?
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02/11/2008 03:23:18 PM
Hmmm.. Not a reflection?
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02/11/2008 12:11:02 PM
Love the image, love the abstract, LOVE the color, but I am not see too much of a reflection.
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02/11/2008 10:49:03 AM
Yours is a creative interpretation of the challenge theme. Incidentally, lights reflects that way. Not bad timing on the ball.
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02/11/2008 06:53:18 AM
cunning but not the reflection required I think
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02/11/2008 02:12:56 AM
This image would mean more if there were sharper elements in it. In terms of composition all the action is at the top. Cropping away some of the bottom of the image would give the picture more balance.
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