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Challenge: Never Seen on DPC II (Expert Editing)
Collection: Challenge Entries
Camera: Ricoh GR Digital III
Date: Jun 2, 2011
Date Uploaded: Jun 2, 2011

So if I do the math, individually the three shots are worth about two points each. That would be about right. My original title was "Three Pictures I Shouldn't Have Taken Last Week." I have DVD's filled with the likes of this -- really bad street shots. And what's funny is that this was little more than a hasty, eleventh hour attempt to enter something. I had fussed around all week trying to put together a good Harris shutter image, and Thursday night, I had nothing I was happy with. Frustrated, I went through last week's shots, picked a handful (more or less at random), and stacked them up, adjusting transparency. What I had was a little too busy, so I removed an image with geese (and, damn, was that painful!). And I ended up with this silly thing. No cropping, no moving around of images -- all of these fortuitous juxtapositions came right out of the box, one on top of the other.

I really thought I had the brown in the bag. The score and feedback was an unexpected surprise. Thanks to all...

Statistics
Place: 32 out of 80
Avg (all users): 5.8027
Avg (commenters): 8.6364
Avg (participants): 5.8333
Avg (non-participants): 5.7905
Views since voting: 787
Views during voting: 414
Votes: 147
Comments: 20
Favorites: 8 (view)


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07/10/2011 10:21:03 PM
You ought to do more outtake collages. This is so fascinating!
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06/13/2011 12:26:26 AM
This is quite simply amazing. I keep coming back to watch some more.
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06/12/2011 03:58:13 AM
I like the irony of the shirtless guy walking past the "T-Shirts $3.00" sign. I also see some interesting textures blending with people's arms/shoulders/skin in at least 3 nifty ways.
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06/11/2011 09:30:51 AM
Fantastic collection of glimpses. One of my faves.
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06/10/2011 11:34:18 AM
Brian, I absolutely loved this image the first time I saw it! I'm surprised this one didn't go higher! Underrated...
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06/10/2011 02:20:02 AM
Fantastic concept Brian. There is so much to consider, primarily surrounding the relationships between the various people strangers.
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06/10/2011 12:11:06 AM
The ultimate street scene,
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
06/09/2011 11:48:41 PM
Gotta be a 21.gif bvy entry! Suits the topic to a "T".
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06/09/2011 11:37:24 PM
now this I like!! not just another cast of characters, by any means.
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06/09/2011 11:29:42 PM
Do I know you from somewhere? Are you having way more fun than me? It isn't fair.
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06/09/2011 07:46:44 PM
Miasma of humanity, we sure are living it up.
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06/09/2011 11:09:45 AM
fun idea an well put together. 7
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06/06/2011 05:22:43 AM
u got my 10. Love the way of unique shot and expert editing. good balance between the 2 challenges requests....
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06/05/2011 05:15:24 PM
So much going on! My mind is going everywhere just trying to see all the pictures that keep coming at me! Very trippy. Definitely different.
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06/04/2011 07:03:05 PM
love it!!
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06/04/2011 04:54:40 PM
Fascinating image. One looks and looks for a long time. Well done. (not voting)
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06/04/2011 09:15:53 AM
how the various scenes meld into one is so engaging - well done
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06/03/2011 04:01:56 PM
Combinations of forgotten presentations. Each alone and not much use, but together creating a new life, like the flow of a river in the spring. Free to move only downward, as gravity takes hold, and moves us forward, always forward.
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06/03/2011 11:42:19 AM
wow. i keep seeing new images appear.

10.
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06/03/2011 07:05:37 AM
A favorite of mine for this challenge and any other challenge for that matter. Ribbon material IMHO.
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