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Hitting The Snooze Button
Hitting The Snooze Button

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Challenge: Habits (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Canon PowerShot A80
Location: @home
Date: May 15, 2004
Aperture: 3.5
ISO: 50
Shutter: 15s
Galleries: Humorous
Date Uploaded: May 15, 2004


Place: 39 out of 256
Avg (all users): 5.6260
Avg (commenters): 6.6667
Avg (participants): 5.5841
Avg (non-participants): 5.6577
Views since voting: 732
Votes: 262
Comments: 13
Favorites: 0

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
05/25/2004 04:37:13 PM
I like this... this is what I want to do every morning.
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05/22/2004 12:56:54 PM
Great concept, great use of b/w. Excelletly timed shot. Crop may be a little tight for me (near the hammer head)...but high marks.
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05/21/2004 09:34:39 AM
very sharp, great tones and perfect timing (scuse the pun). Well done.
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05/20/2004 10:31:09 PM
Overkill, although a unique view of the hitting snooze button habit in this challenge.
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05/20/2004 06:16:44 PM
Nice shot - good framing and composition. The clean, neutral background helps a lot. The actual positioning of the hammer feels a little off (it's not hitting the clock squarely) but that's a minor complaint. It drives home the feeling of snooze alarms.
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05/20/2004 05:51:15 AM
great idea
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05/19/2004 03:37:10 PM
this looks kinda familiar too... i like the detail though.. the angle of the hammer doesnt make the breaking glass believeable though
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05/19/2004 03:30:05 PM
I really like this picture- one of my favorites for this challenge. I like the thoughtful approach to the topic and the execution is top-notch. The lighting and exposure looks very good and the focus is crisp. I think I would have preferred to see this in color (with a different hammer if this is one of those with a bright yellow handle) and a non-white background.
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05/19/2004 08:11:37 AM
I can relate.
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05/19/2004 08:04:22 AM
Funny take on an everyday habit. Nice stop motion, nice use of b&w, nice sharpness, contrast and framing. Good job...
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05/19/2004 07:16:10 AM
I'm not sure if it is the case, but it looks a little set up to me. The glass behind the clock is a deads give away. It's a very good idea and a good attempt, but you probably could have done without the glass behind the clock. I still give you a 7.
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05/19/2004 03:50:45 AM
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05/19/2004 03:07:55 AM
lol. i guess thats one way to do it..
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