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08/25/2002 11:20:54 PM · #1
I hate waiting! Ahhh, I think the clock has stopped. Noooo.
I took some pencil pictues an hour before time was up last week and was left with 5 minutes to choose between 2 pictures. My husband told me to submit one and I went with the other. The next morning I regretted it and am curious for feedback. I want the clock to switch over so I can post the outake for comments. Is there anyone else out there waiting to submit their outakes?
08/25/2002 11:30:40 PM · #2
I'm waiting to see how many people are waiting.
08/25/2002 11:31:27 PM · #3
not too many so far
08/25/2002 11:40:15 PM · #4
Ok, I'm not waiting. I would appreciate any feedback for the following picture. Thanks for your time.
pencil outtake


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08/25/2002 11:41:31 PM · #5
I think there are about 3000 people waiting. Most of them will be over it in about 10 minutes. and then they will be ranting, and then they will be discussing, and then waiting for their average to be updated for about a week, and then they will be waiting again.
08/25/2002 11:43:24 PM · #6
Originally posted by CPattee:
Ok, I'm not waiting. I would appreciate any feedback for the following picture. Thanks for your time.
www.pages.sbcglobal.net/davidpattee


Are you sure about the URL? I couldn't get to it...

This is very strange for me... It's monday morning here and I'm still waiting to see the challenge :)
08/25/2002 11:43:32 PM · #7
I'm waiting to get feedback on my childhood outtakes. LOL. I guess this week for me will be like last week for you.

Dawn
08/25/2002 11:47:32 PM · #8
Sorry this is actually the outtake. pencil outtake

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08/26/2002 12:00:20 AM · #9
Originally posted by CPattee:
Sorry this is actually the outtake. [url=//pages.sbcglobal.net/davidpattee/]pencil outtake[/link

Whoaaa! That is one BIG pencil!
08/26/2002 12:01:11 AM · #10
This pencil outtake is sweet! I thought you should have went with this one all along. Loser!
08/26/2002 06:34:35 AM · #11
Actually, I like the one submitted much better :)
Personally.
08/27/2002 05:57:36 AM · #12
Although a little late, here is my outtake for the pencil-challenge.
08/27/2002 06:17:11 AM · #13
Originally posted by Remie:
Although a little late, here is my outtake for the pencil-challenge.

Hi Remie... thanks for posting this photo... This confirms that my comment on your red/white pencils photo is correct! I like the added contrast that the shadow on the left provides :) This outtake, however, is excellent also... I would have scored it equally well... great work :)
08/27/2002 06:44:53 AM · #14
Originally posted by jmsetzler:
Originally posted by Remie:
[i]Although a little late, here is my outtake for the pencil-challenge.


Hi Remie... thanks for posting this photo... This confirms that my comment on your red/white pencils photo is correct! I like the added contrast that the shadow on the left provides :) This outtake, however, is excellent also... I would have scored it equally well... great work :)
[/i]

I would love to have your comments on this Pencil outtake
//www.msnusers.com/beckmanfrankandjan/penciloutake.msnw?action=ShowPhoto&PhotoID=474pencil
08/27/2002 07:06:57 AM · #15
Originally posted by Frank Beckman:
Originally posted by jmsetzler:
[i]Originally posted by Remie:
[i]Although a little late, here is my outtake for the pencil-challenge.


Hi Remie... thanks for posting this photo... This confirms that my comment on your red/white pencils photo is correct! I like the added contrast that the shadow on the left provides :) This outtake, however, is excellent also... I would have scored it equally well... great work :)
[/i]

I would love to have your comments on this Pencil outtake
//www.msnusers.com/beckmanfrankandjan/penciloutake.msnw?action=ShowPhoto&PhotoID=474pencil[/i]

Frank, I actually prefer the black and white version of your photo... I think the contrast is quite nice :)
08/27/2002 10:06:36 AM · #16
Remie...you continue to amaze me. I don't think I have rated anything of yours under an 8. I gave the pencil photo a 10 but the black and white would have gotten a 10 from me as well.

I actually see this black and white as about an 8 foot x 5 foot photo on a wall in a gallery. I just had a vision of you standing next to this thing on a wall.

Have you access to quality enough photography gear to realize this idea in a larger format?

I have not seen a photo like this. Is this an original idea? If so I would be very serious when I say you need to pursue this to a greater level...talk to a studio. If you were in the states on the east coast I could put you in touch with the advertising studio my company uses..They have large format stuff to make gallery prints.

Anyways...once again..excellent work.
08/27/2002 10:52:05 AM · #17
I have a lone pencil outake I'd like to get some feedback on, please.

Initial response to the photo has been that I went with the right image. Would just like to get a few more opinions.


Ticonderoga Cutting Outtake
08/27/2002 10:54:59 AM · #18
Originally posted by Remie:
Although a little late, here is my outtake for the pencil-challenge.

Remie, this is great as well. But honestly, I like the red and white a little bit better. To me it enhances the pencils in red and white.
08/27/2002 10:59:24 AM · #19
I would love to have your comments on this Pencil outtake
//www.msnusers.com/beckmanfrankandjan/penciloutake.msnw?action=ShowPhoto&PhotoID=474pencil[/i]

Frank, This works much better in black and white, imo. Also, have you tried adding a little extra contrast?
08/27/2002 11:00:41 AM · #20
Originally posted by CPattee:
Sorry this is actually the outtake. pencil outtake[/b]

This is cool! would like to know how you did this.


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08/27/2002 11:13:49 AM · #21
I prefer the one you submitted.

John
08/27/2002 11:34:31 AM · #22
Originally posted by mcmurma:
I have a lone pencil outake I'd like to get some feedback on, please.

Initial response to the photo has been that I went with the right image. Would just like to get a few more opinions.


Ticonderoga Cutting Outtake


I like the one summited much better...
08/27/2002 12:01:22 PM · #23
K, here are a couple I would have liked to submit -- but since I left the USB cable at work and didn't really have the time to get it... had to leave these images on the camera.

I'm not looking for critiques on these or anything, just sharing.

Pure1 has had some very minor (but still illegal) PS tweaks done to it -- they really don't change the basic image much, but do clean it up a bit.

Pure2 is mostly straight from the camera with just a bit of levels tweaking and some sharpening.
08/27/2002 12:16:36 PM · #24
Like Pure 1 a LOT better.

:)
08/27/2002 12:25:32 PM · #25
Pure 1 is my personal favorite as well. I really like the DOF in that image.
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