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Memories of a romantic getaway ...
Memories of a romantic getaway ...
dimitrii

Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Light Source (Classic Editing)
Camera: Sony DSC-F717
Location: LA, CA
Date: Oct 17, 2002
Aperture: f/8.0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 5 sec.
Galleries: Emotive, Nude
Date Uploaded: Oct 19, 2002

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Statistics
Place: 134 out of 256
Avg (all users): 5.0824
Avg (commenters): 5.8421
Avg (participants): 4.9876
Avg (non-participants): 5.2119
Views since voting: 9872
Votes: 279
Comments: 23
Favorites: 1 (view)


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04/18/2003 04:24:24 PM
How did you do the double exposure?
01/17/2003 05:01:31 PM
Excellent imagination - ImageStacker, I presume? *wink*
 Comments Made During the Challenge
10/27/2002 01:22:00 PM
Good double exposure.
10/27/2002 12:11:00 AM
I'd be very interested in learning how you accomplished this. This looks like a double-exposure - can you do this with a digital camera? The only thing I do not like about this photo is that the lamp on the right is too bright.
10/26/2002 11:53:00 AM
Vote 7
Sonifo
10/25/2002 12:43:00 PM
Pretty cool shot. How did u do it? U should submit this one for this weeks challenge of 'Illusions'....i give u a 9 - vw4lyfe
10/24/2002 05:28:00 PM
i love the effect you captured with this shot, very nicely done
10/23/2002 11:32:00 PM
Any memories that I have along this line don't include a "made" bed! And, sorry, but for me, "romantic getaway" doesn't really fit this scene - this looks more like "Days Inn near the Motorcycle Races". lhall
10/23/2002 10:45:00 AM
What a great idea! But WHY a pillow? should have used a beautiful piece of lingerie
10/23/2002 08:14:00 AM
Obviously this was done with a slow shutter speed but how come there is no blur from moving off the bed (or is there - am I not looking close enough)?

Shots like this always fascinate me, simply because I don't think my camera can do it!
10/23/2002 01:53:00 AM
How did you do this?
10/22/2002 11:17:00 PM
Shades of Duane Michels! Well done, interestingly conceived (no pun intended!)
10/22/2002 10:56:00 PM
Very clever.. nice...
10/22/2002 10:29:00 PM
Are double exposures allowed? I hope so.
Lets assume they are then. The light is a dramatic feature, and is not dramatically highlighting the primary subject which is the challenge. Sorry to have to deduct points from an otherwise creative piece of work.
10/22/2002 01:30:00 AM
I really like the idea here. The setting isn't all that great. Shooting closer (cutting out most of the room) and getting rid of the ugly bedspread would help. Even just a close up of her on a pillow with part of a sheet over her - not even seeing the light - would be nice. ~indigo997
10/22/2002 01:24:00 AM
I'd like to know how this is done within the editing constraints. I'm sure there is a way; just want to know. 7 Jak
10/21/2002 07:02:00 PM
It never ceases to amaze me the extent some people will go to just to get porn into this. They will stretch the challenge almost to the breaking point. Even though it is a very unique photo and I'm not sure how you did it your grade is the same. Take this to a porn site where you might get better scores.
10/21/2002 05:57:00 PM
Wow. You get to sleep around with a ghost. Nice shot. 8
10/21/2002 02:41:00 PM
Nice. Good idea. Unfortunatly, the lighting and especially the framing are uninspiring to me. 5
10/21/2002 02:21:00 PM
Interesting, but the colors are slightly muted giving it a flat look. Maybe some saturation (difficult with skin tones) or bumping up the contrast a bit? karmat
10/21/2002 01:14:00 PM
niice : ) .. btw u should never get on top of the bed cover in a hotel. chem tests have proven there is gross stuff there : )
10/21/2002 05:28:00 AM
I get the idea which is good but the settingis quite plain. The clock and the telephone are way out
10/21/2002 01:54:00 AM
that is a cool shot. I can see kinda how you did this shot I think.


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