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Listening Through the Ages
Listening Through the Ages

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Challenge: Technology (Classic Editing)
Collection: Stuff that Doesn't fit anywhere else
Camera: Sony DSC-F707
Location: kitchen
Date: Nov 17, 2002
Aperture: 8.0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 30"
Galleries: Abstract, Still Life
Date Uploaded: Nov 17, 2002

Not exactly a perfect picture, but I wanted to try the long exposure stuff some others have done on here. I learned a lot this week. Thanks to my niece, Shay, for the record and 8 track.

Place: 143 out of 179
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Avg (commenters): 6.0000
Avg (participants): 4.4228
Avg (non-participants): 4.5097
Views since voting: 897
Votes: 278
Comments: 10
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/23/2002 10:40:00 PM
never mind the record... where did you ever get a hold of an 8-track!!! :0)
anyway.. cool image.
11/23/2002 02:00:00 PM
The idea is fine, and the interlaying images shows some skill and thought, but there is no composition at all. Would have been great if you had simply centered the objects.
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11/23/2002 12:20:00 PM
I love the music and think I hve most of it - a lot on 45's. I almost missed the cassette think it ws a concert ticket. Could have had better execution. Still nice shot. PTL
11/20/2002 09:51:00 PM
This is a great shot. Tells a story. This is wunderful
11/20/2002 06:03:00 AM
What's that blue thing. ha ha! I'm old enough to know it's an 8 track. Pack rat maybe? Nice effect ... take a way one piece at a time during a long exposure? Jacko. 7
11/20/2002 02:52:00 AM
Too much negative space.
11/18/2002 09:21:00 PM
11/18/2002 05:01:00 PM
Fun shooting. Well done.
11/18/2002 01:05:00 PM
-1 for Barry Manilow. +2 for Fonzie. 8)
11/18/2002 12:08:00 PM
The outline of the LP disappears on my work monitor, which is reasonably calibrated but still a junky monitor. Everything else is pretty good except that the CD is kinda grainy, but I think that is ALL the monitor, and not your pic. I think this is a case of a tiny part of the pic being missing for a lot of people and thus they think it is badly composed. Of course, the other version would have had a lot more outline :-( nards656
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