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Challenge: The Road Less Traveled (Basic Editing)
Camera: Canon EOS-350D Rebel XT
Lens: Custom Made Zone Plate
Location: Virginia, US
Date: Aug 23, 2008
Aperture: zoneplate
ISO: 400
Shutter: 4s
Galleries: Blur, Pinhole/Zone Plate
Date Uploaded: Aug 26, 2008

I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
I took an Infrared Zone Plate image, and I -
I entered it on DPChallenge by and by,

And that has made all the difference. :)

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my personal title for this image is "all our yesterdays"

Anybody want to join me on this page?? C'mon, anybody?

Statistics
Place: 122 out of 127
Avg (all users): 3.2336
Avg (commenters): 5.1333
Avg (participants): 3.2432
Avg (non-participants): 3.2316
Views since voting: 1146
Views during voting: 392
Votes: 214
Comments: 26
Favorites: 0


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02/12/2009 06:31:36 AM
I just found this! Congratulations on your noble gesture, easily worthy of Sydney Carton.

I just love looking at the votes. 57 x 1s, and 67 x 2s & 3s. Do you realize that that means nearly 60% of the voters thought ... er, thought ... well, thought nothing at all, presumably. Can you imagine being like that? What must the world look like to such people?

ETA: All Our Yesterdays is a beautiful title.

Message edited by author 2009-02-12 06:37:26.
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10/01/2008 11:57:39 PM
It is so funny how an artistic shot will get killed on DPC. This is a cool idea and one that I would like to explore more in the future.
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09/05/2008 01:53:50 AM
A wonderful abstraction, fuzzy morning memories.
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09/03/2008 07:46:01 PM
Congratulations on your first ZP/IR ribbon, Karen! Monkey or Bear?
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09/03/2008 08:17:54 AM
You should definitely get the OOBIE for this one.
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09/03/2008 07:59:46 AM
This is lovely. I see the monkey!
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09/03/2008 12:58:32 AM
Ha! I love the sentiment, if not quite the photo (and you know how much I love your imagery).

But tell ya what: you bring this plateless thing to the DC GTG on Sept. 13, and I'll use it for a photo. :)
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09/03/2008 12:12:34 AM
One of the coolest browns in a long time!! Excellent!
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09/03/2008 12:02:57 AM
congrats!!!
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
09/02/2008 09:58:39 PM
I always like literal, tongue in cheek responses to challenges. This certainly is the 'road less traveled'!

You get a 10 from me, and Ill be damned if this doesnt win
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09/02/2008 12:09:32 PM
Your approach is too contextual to DPC. If the image were good,...
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09/01/2008 08:14:31 PM
cant argue with that. this would also have been appropriate for bw abstract. i hope that thing in the chair is stuffed! nice light btw, and nice comp. back to say, this has great mood. it's like what you might see upon waking up, if you share your bedroom with a sock monkey.
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09/01/2008 06:03:16 AM
Full marks for the statement and interpretation (I've no doubt you're getting punished for it though). Is that a teddy on the chair?
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08/31/2008 02:51:46 PM
Ah, a contender for the Brown!
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08/30/2008 02:54:43 PM
Brilliant - I hope everybody gets it. Hi Teddy! 9
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08/30/2008 02:34:04 PM
Very unique idea.
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08/30/2008 02:42:12 AM
:-)
Good, good...
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08/29/2008 01:46:46 PM
Pretty darn sharp for no lens! This technique also hides sensor dust well.
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08/29/2008 10:31:16 AM
Dead on. That's certainly the less traveled road, and not only on dpc.
(not voting)
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08/28/2008 09:47:41 PM
I guess this is a technical road less travelled.
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08/28/2008 11:54:00 AM
Interesting take on the topic, I'll give you bonus points for that.
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08/28/2008 06:02:16 AM
????
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08/27/2008 11:23:22 PM
Not for me. Don't like the out of focus shot. Just looks like a mess.
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08/27/2008 11:27:02 AM
doesn't do it 4 me
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08/27/2008 05:45:12 AM
definitely a road less travelled. Creative take to the challenge
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08/27/2008 01:04:31 AM
I am assuming you did this using a pinhole in the center of the camera cap and hence the title, so, I'll give you a 6 just for the effort. I am afraid most other voters will be less generous. I always wanted to try this but thought the image would be sharper.
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