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Challenge: Blurry Mess (Basic Editing)
Camera: Canon EOS-350D Rebel XT
Lens: Tamron AF 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 XR Di II for Canon
Location: Melbourne Australia
Date: Mar 11, 2008
Aperture: F/25
ISO: 100
Shutter: 3.2
Galleries: Snapshot, Urban
Date Uploaded: Mar 11, 2008

Taken at lunchtime in one of Melbourne's nicest arcade.... Used a tripod to get the background solid and a long exposure to get the blurring effect.

Statistics
Place: 107 out of 292
Avg (all users): 5.3529
Avg (commenters): 6.6154
Avg (participants): 4.6733
Avg (non-participants): 5.8540
Views since voting: 674
Views during voting: 376
Votes: 238
Comments: 15
Favorites: 1 (view)


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03/18/2008 05:36:58 PM
I hate voting based on being too sharp because mine is too, but I am afraid I am forced to. Nice shot, but not for this challenge.
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03/18/2008 02:06:17 AM
Great shot! I love it, but one gentle critique if I may? Tilting it just a little to the right and leaving the symmetry(sp?) works great!
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03/16/2008 09:54:55 AM
Burry but not very messy. The tiles and symmetry are very... neat. Still a very nice image.
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03/15/2008 09:25:07 PM
too much sharp area for my liking
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03/14/2008 09:06:35 PM
nice ghostly shot, great doomsday clock in bg.8
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03/14/2008 03:27:37 PM
I love this in b&w. Great idea!
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03/14/2008 12:36:36 PM
Great example of using blur as a technique to add emotion and drama to the photo. Maybe it is getting some dnmc, but certainly not from me...I love this blurry mess and the traditional photographic use of it.
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03/13/2008 08:05:26 PM
Wonderful processing, interesting subject, lovely composition. My fav thus far.
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03/13/2008 01:36:37 PM
I'd say it's a blur, though not much in the way of messy or chaotic. As far as the image itself goes, it's reasonably interesting. Nice contrasty b/w, though there is a tilt that needs to be corrected.
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03/13/2008 12:51:44 PM
I really like this. xxx.
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03/12/2008 09:51:17 PM
A good attempt, however I believe that the intentions of this challenge were to make the entire image blurry yet beautiful. Very good exposure, though you should recrop it to straighten it out.
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03/12/2008 09:06:02 PM
a bit clean in overall effect for this challenge
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03/12/2008 05:57:22 PM
Now this is exactly how I envisioned this challenge to be. Enough blur to be called blurry, but enough clear to see what the story is. Very well done. 10
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03/12/2008 04:35:12 PM
The black and white in the image is striking, the ghostly figures are kind of too faint IMHO and I find the clock is the centre of my attention so I don't notice the blurred figures till much later. Maybe a higher angle and a closer shot of a disorganised desk would work a little better. It's a little too far away from blurriest, most chaotic and disorganized but is certainly engaging and interesting so half way there!
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03/12/2008 08:20:14 AM
Great setting. The people ghosts and large clock combine very conceptually.
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