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|08/28/2005 11:43:51 PM|
by nidanComment by alien2thisworld:
Great idea here, though I think the extreme blur makes the image uninteresting. I think that using this same type of idea, but in razor sharp focus, with a black background and interesting shadows on the models could have the potential for a top 10 finish.
|08/28/2005 09:34:28 PM|
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|08/28/2005 03:27:41 PM|
by nidanComment by trnqlty:
I would love to see this sharp and in focus. It looks like a cool shot but I think the attempt at abstracting(is that a word?) it only hurts the image.
|08/28/2005 12:07:56 AM|
by nidanComment by Tallbloke:
Looks like you had a good basic idea (I remember the brilliant Janet Jackson portrait with the same pose) but you've failed to capture anything resembling a decent shot, shame.
|08/27/2005 07:24:09 PM|
by nidanComment by groggyfroggy:
I feel that there is too much processing on this photo. I can hardly see what is going on. I wish you luck in the challenge/.
|08/26/2005 11:12:28 PM|
by nidanComment by Mal37:
You might want to try moving the subject off of center. I would still consider breaking the rule of thirds here. An unexpected subject position would add interest to this image. Otherwise you might crop off some of the black space.
|08/26/2005 03:01:15 PM|
by nidanComment by docurrie:
This is too dark for my taste. It may be my monitor but there appear to be streaks in the head area.
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