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Work is Key of Joy
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Challenge: Sepia (Basic Editing)
Camera: Canon EOS-350D Rebel XT
Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6
Location: in a village
Date: Apr 27, 2008
Aperture: 4
ISO: 100
Galleries: Nature, Traditional Art
Date Uploaded: Apr 29, 2008


Place: 9 out of 392
Avg (all users): 6.5238
Avg (commenters): 7.8571
Avg (participants): 6.1279
Avg (non-participants): 6.9390
Views since voting: 1588
Views during voting: 271
Votes: 168
Comments: 12
Favorites: 4 (view)

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05/07/2008 05:30:21 AM
I love the movement congrats on the top 10
 Comments Made During the Challenge
05/04/2008 05:57:28 AM
Timeless/perfection 8
05/04/2008 01:08:25 AM
Excellent, love it 9
05/02/2008 06:06:03 PM
i love the subject! the motion of the wheel and the clay on the hands are very cool. I also think that the sepia adds to the overall effect of the picture
05/02/2008 04:57:36 PM
Nice concept, certainly good potential with the sepia effect with the range of tones here. Be good to have seen the hands in sharp focus, especially to discern their texture more - having said that, one of the fingerswith extra 'clay' on it, looks a bit 'unappealing' - minor things like that will enhance or detract from an image, in my opinion. The crop and/or angle refined too. Lastly, your title is somewhat confusing in English and seems to be a poor translation.
05/01/2008 10:36:03 PM
Wonderfully appropriate subject for the sepia toning!
05/01/2008 03:39:15 PM
Nice textures on the hands and the clay. Overall a bit brown and lacking on contrast though.
05/01/2008 01:58:33 PM
Amazing shot... love it. Good luck!
05/01/2008 03:36:41 AM
Very good shot.. Clever subject for sepia.
04/30/2008 10:55:29 PM
This image really lends itself well to a sepia process. I love the juxtaposition of the crusty hands and the smoothness of the spinning clay.
04/30/2008 05:50:54 PM
Wow, the movement and wonderful hands have "turned" this once everyday occurrance in the potteries into a superb work of art. I could spend all evening looking at this exciting study. The contrast, focus, and colour .............. Oh boy!
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04/30/2008 01:29:40 PM
I wish I could give this an 11, but a 10 is all I have to offer. Very well captured...stunning tonal range, great composition, and a fascinating subject to boot. Kudos! :)

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