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The Last of the Hot Dogs
The Last of the Hot Dogs
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Challenge: Immovable (Basic Editing)
Date Uploaded: Sep 7, 2008


Statistics
Place: 51 out of 53
Avg (all users): 3.6065
Avg (commenters): 3.2857
Avg (participants): 3.5588
Avg (non-participants): 3.6123
Views since voting: 731
Views during voting: 520
Votes: 310
Comments: 30
Favorites: 0


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09/17/2008 01:41:07 AM
She's like "come and get em!" Dude, I soooo loved this shot. You were the only 10 I gave in this challenge.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
09/15/2008 11:40:05 PM
Interesting processing of this. Not sure if it was intentional or not. What is immovable about it? I know you saw something here that fits, but It's gone over my head.
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09/15/2008 03:28:56 AM
Too much noise and well overexposed for my liking......
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09/15/2008 01:42:46 AM
I like the composition of this but not the color or graininess.
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09/14/2008 03:36:49 AM
unmoveable?
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09/13/2008 08:42:26 PM
I don't see the immovable theme in this image. Photo is very grainy and there doesn't seem to be a real reason to do this. Looks way over processed.
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09/13/2008 06:47:05 PM
I love the concept, I just wish it wasnt so grainy.
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09/13/2008 06:35:27 PM
The grain here is distracting. I normally don't mind a bit of grain in a shot, but this is a bit out there. The colors aren't helping things either, and the lighting is blown out.
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09/12/2008 06:14:41 PM
huh?
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09/12/2008 12:56:20 PM
I like the treatment to the photo.
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09/11/2008 09:44:51 PM
no borders!!!
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09/11/2008 07:40:38 PM
I like this. The processing is interesting and the shot tells a story. It looks like a kids sporting fundraiser or something. I can hear them saying things like "come on, you can have it for half price!" or "somebody needs to buy these ,'cause we can't take them home".
Anyway, that's the story I see, I wonder what others see?
Bumping to a 9
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09/11/2008 05:34:41 PM
DNMC and shoehorned. Sorry.
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09/11/2008 04:20:19 PM
I don't get the connection to Immovable and it's far too flat and noisy for my taste. Also the cut off hands and dark corner are distracting. Otherwise, nicely framed.
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09/11/2008 03:54:43 PM
Great cropping, the brightness a touch to much for me as the shirts/blouses blend with the background. But hey i am sure it works for other people.
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09/11/2008 10:33:01 AM
Photo looks like it was taken with a cell phone, lots of noise. Tough to make out the hot dogs.
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09/11/2008 09:54:51 AM
lol, that's the truth
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09/11/2008 09:15:15 AM
Hot dogs are immovable?
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09/11/2008 06:51:48 AM
Too grainy/overexposed, the idea is pretty amusing though; no-one ever wants the very last dogs from the dish!
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09/11/2008 04:58:48 AM
Immovable? Maybe I'm just dense, or maybe you didn't communicate your idea clearly enough to me. Either way, it feels like DNMC to me.
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09/11/2008 01:16:18 AM
Impossible to tell what this is without the title. Looks like a bad color copy.
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09/10/2008 10:24:34 PM
OK, I'll rate this for the overexposed challenge - interesting processing and nice composition!
CJ
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09/10/2008 05:14:58 PM
I don't understand how this meets the challenge? Photo quality seems very low and over-exposed...
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09/10/2008 02:37:21 PM
What's immovable? If its the last of the hot dogs, they must be moving well...
I can see this as a gritty, grainy candid, but its too much of that for my taste.
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09/10/2008 12:46:41 PM
As for the idea, I'd give the picture a perfect 10. It really is a great concept. The execution seems a little off to me. I like that you went for the washed out/grainy look...but there seems to be some spots in the picture that are too hot. For example some of the skin tones are too overexposed.
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09/10/2008 12:37:26 PM
Some sharper post processing might eliminate some of the High-ISO noise. And I am little bit confused as to how this meets the challenge req's.
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09/10/2008 12:28:41 PM
Interesting composition and post-processing. I'm not sure that it comes off that well, though.
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09/10/2008 12:27:33 PM
I don't get it
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09/10/2008 04:48:19 AM
hmm, not sure it would be hard to move hotdogs.,, especially if i was there,,
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09/10/2008 01:41:07 AM
I assume this image is noisy on purpose. I would be interested in finding out the camera used if it isnt. The last of the hot dogs are immovable? Kind of a weak message.
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