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A Story
09/18/2009 08:46:55 AM
A Story
by heida

Comment:
Also have to take into account the challenge is about what people thought your style used to be and this is what your style now is.
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Salt Marsh at Winter's End
03/20/2009 05:01:06 PM
Salt Marsh at Winter's End
by Bear_Music

Comment:
'I am amused at the number of comments saying "not a fan of this sort of processing"; I'd wish, in the best of all possible worlds, that folks would just vote the image on its own terms, regardless of whether they like that particular subject or approach or not, but I know this ain't gonna happen.'

The thing is, the processing is the first thing you see when you look at it. Something is 'odd or different' at first look and that's the processing. The actual subject matter, composition, etc is a very late secondary thing after the effect.

So it isn't too surprising that people talk about the processing first.
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I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas
12/31/2008 12:39:15 PM
I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas
by Bear_Music

Comment:
putting it to good use I see
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l'artiste dans l'esprit
12/08/2008 09:29:32 AM
l'artiste dans l'esprit
by yanko

Comment:
Love the border. The picture on the right sort of ruins it.

Hmm. That doesn't make much sense. Does the opposite make any more sense?

The border at least gives him something to be leaning against. Seems to be lovely light and that one lone tree seems vaguely surreal or at least into the realm of painting, with complete control of the background elements.
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Peripheral perception
12/04/2008 07:42:04 AM
Peripheral perception
by Zigomar

Comment:
beautiful colour, fun juxtaposition. Really like how the hats and lampshades all rhyme with each other, repeating the shapes around the scene and the final patch of red on the right playing off the hat and the green on the hat playing with the green wall behind. Even the style of the chair works well with the hat shape, so many pieces that hold this together so well

Message edited by author 2008-12-21 19:51:41.
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Fields of View
12/04/2008 07:40:25 AM
Fields of View
by Imagineer

Comment:
gives the impression of a modern day take on a bucolic Turner classic painting. Atypical for these sorts of challenges, but maybe has the kernel of something interesting and worth exploring.
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Survivor
12/04/2008 07:39:55 AM
Survivor
by MAK

Comment:
like the lines of the trees and her arms creating some really interesting shapes. Really enjoy all of the out of focus space on the left with just a hint of treeness
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Self Portrait Study
12/04/2008 07:38:49 AM
Self Portrait Study
by shamer

Comment:
good work for a self portrait - strong composition and honest
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s m i l e
12/04/2008 07:38:11 AM
s m i l e
by bnilesh

Comment:
great expression and light in the eyes.
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A Body in Motion
12/04/2008 07:37:56 AM
A Body in Motion
by tate

Comment:
great timing and action to this - fun.
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