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Peeking for Eternity
Peeking for Eternity

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Challenge: Peek-a-Boo (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Nikon D200
Lens: Nikon AF Zoom-Nikkor 18-135mm f/3.5- 5.6G ED DX
Location: home
Date: Mar 6, 2008
Aperture: 6.3
ISO: 320
Shutter: 1/5 of a second
Galleries: Black and White, Science and Technology
Date Uploaded: Mar 6, 2008

Thats me in my apt, had to put cam on self timer, I had to focus on the eye-piece here, my face is a bit soft.


Highlights/Shadows, cropped a bit, and sharpened.

Place: 73 out of 131
Avg (all users): 5.3232
Avg (commenters): 8.2000
Avg (participants): 5.3148
Avg (non-participants): 5.3273
Views since voting: 579
Views during voting: 292
Votes: 164
Comments: 6
Favorites: 0

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/16/2008 07:53:49 PM
Great take on things and I like the choice of crop and B&W treatment.
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03/15/2008 03:29:27 PM
Nice job, I like this idea. There are like 2 little things I would have cloned out here, but that is it.
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03/14/2008 02:03:51 AM
Good light, good comp. 9
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03/13/2008 02:29:06 PM
'Eternity' is the name of the woman in the flat oppositte is she ?? lol.

not a bad ideabut the strong diagonal of the window frame distracts from the picture. Being bright it pulls the eye away from the main image and what you want the viewer to look at.

Good luck
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03/12/2008 09:37:38 PM
I really like that the telescope is the focus here. It would have been easy to focus on the person.
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03/11/2008 12:29:56 AM
Love the creativity. This may sound picky, but I would have liked to see the window blacked out to give the feeling like you were peering into a dark sky full of stars. The dilemma with that approach of course is how do you solve your lighting issue. I think you still could have done it with a light low on the ground in front of you pointing towards the ceiling. I do hope your picture does well in the challenge.
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