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Challenge: Free Study 2008-02 (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Olympus E-500 EVOLT
Lens: Olympus 50-200mm f/2.8-3.5 ED Zuiko Digital
Date: Feb 16, 2008
Galleries: Candid, Black and White
Date Uploaded: Feb 27, 2008

I wanted to leave the EXIT sign in Red and yeah it looks bad but oh well. This photo is not in here to cater to voters. It's in because I like it :)

Statistics
Place: 115 out of 458
Avg (all users): 6.0675
Avg (commenters): 9.0000
Avg (participants): 6.2315
Avg (non-participants): 5.7455
Views since voting: 871
Views during voting: 252
Votes: 163
Comments: 16
Favorites: 0


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03/25/2008 05:23:23 PM
A great expression of one boy vs the big bad world! Well seen and a great idea to leave him as a silouhette instead of trying fill light.
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03/19/2008 12:25:24 AM
Great photo. You have good taste.
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03/15/2008 08:11:19 PM
I think this is great! Terrific story. :)
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03/12/2008 08:00:39 PM
Cool! that was you? I really like this photo. great scene, and makes me remember school days, and how i loved to exit them
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03/12/2008 11:06:43 AM
Wonderful shot, Michelle! I feel that the red sign really just adds to this shot. A new front page addition shot for your profile portfolio! Poor little guy......let him out once in awhile, will ya?! *grin*

Message edited by author 2008-03-12 22:19:20.
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03/08/2008 09:57:19 PM
This one is AWESOME!!!
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03/08/2008 12:57:15 PM
One of my top three in this challenge. 'Grats on kicking over the 6 line with this, too!
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03/08/2008 11:02:26 AM
Hey, where is that kid going, school's out. :)

I actually did not notice the red sign at first, it wasn't that prominent.

My favorite part is how you got the kid off kilter. It adds a lot of energy to the photo and creates a very compelling shot.
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03/08/2008 05:34:14 AM
woo nice shot, which almost has 'shining'-esque qualities

I love the fact that even though we cant see the boys face we can sense ennui with being 'trapped' indoors and a keenness to get out and play

I love the b&w conversion you have used, gotta be honest and say the desat less so, but the good news is that -as you say - you take pictures for you and not for me/voters

very nice finish - especially in a free study - an an intriguing study
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03/08/2008 03:25:15 AM
great shot - a perfect image for B&W.
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03/08/2008 12:54:41 AM
Glad to see your instincts are spot on. Very interesting and full of curiosity.
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03/08/2008 12:49:04 AM
man I usually hate selective desat., but love it here...great work!
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03/08/2008 12:22:26 AM
Nice image, under rated IMHO. Nice job.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/07/2008 11:55:01 PM
Really nice shot, though the red exit sign draws too much attention (the effect also seems pointless). Still, a decently high score from me.

EDIT: Ah, Michelle, this was yours? Now I feel bad for criticizing the red. :-}
I really do love the photo.

Message edited by author 2008-03-08 00:21:00.
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03/06/2008 04:52:49 PM
I really, really like this one. . .
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03/03/2008 02:49:48 PM
The pose is just perfect. A young man eager yet hesitant to explore the world beyond. A memorable picture!
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