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Challenge: Framing (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Kodak DC290
Location: New Iberia, LA
Date: Aug 29, 2004
Aperture: 0
ISO: 0
Shutter: 0
Galleries: Still Life, Black and White
Date Uploaded: Aug 30, 2004

I set this up outside to take advantage of the natural daylight. I pulled the unexposed film out of the canister and worked hard to keep it from winding itself back up around itself. I set the canister behind one the loops I was able to make and layed out the rest of the film so that it would frame itself. I have accomplished a continuous frame that frames the image in two individual parts. It could be described as order and chaos according to my husband. I do feel that I was able to use a single foreground subject (the ribbon of film) to frame the image...it only happens to frame two objects in teh same image. Those two objects include film being framed by itself and the empty canister.

Discarded titles:

I just shot a whole roll of 24 in 2 seconds.
24
Wrap Around Frame
24 frames
24 Exposure in One Frame
24 Exposure
A Dying Art?
Forgot the film goes in the camera
A Lost Art
24 EXP

Statistics
Place: 40 out of 305
Avg (all users): 6.0565
Avg (commenters): 7.5217
Avg (participants): 5.9060
Avg (non-participants): 6.1765
Views since voting: 1649
Views during voting: 480
Votes: 336
Comments: 25
Favorites: 2 (view)


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01/21/2006 06:45:28 PM
This is a really cool perspective and composition! And yes, certainly agree with you abt how hard it can get for managing DoF with a P&S. :)
09/08/2004 01:01:27 AM
Originally posted by greslizzz:

Nice idea, maybe I would have liked more with more DOF


DOF, it's a challenge with point and shoot, unless there is something I don't know! The few that I did have that had some DOF, did not have a an eye catching appeal.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
09/07/2004 09:56:29 PM
Great idea. Could have been a little more crisp.
09/07/2004 02:20:24 PM
I really like this shot! Very creative.
09/06/2004 04:12:53 PM
Nice idea, maybe I would have liked more with more DOF
09/05/2004 07:52:53 PM
This shot really wouldn't work with memory cards, would it? Very well done. I would have taken off the tape on the end of the film, it doesn't add anything to the shot and ends up being as much of a focal point as the film canister.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
09/05/2004 07:44:47 AM
One of my favorites for the challenge since you actually have a frame and subject that deal with each other in a direct way as opposed to just seeing something through something else. Oh, and I like the color (also fitting) and composition.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
09/05/2004 03:33:28 AM
Interesting take on the theme.
09/04/2004 05:03:12 AM
Nice idea, well executed
09/04/2004 01:44:57 AM
great image....good visual movement between 2 loops/frames. Has a "chaos vs order" feel to it!
09/03/2004 11:36:29 PM
Excellent, very well done indeed, and good choice of b&w.
09/03/2004 08:42:11 PM
magnifico
09/03/2004 05:26:36 PM
What!? Film!!? Does anyone actually use that stuff anymore?? :)
09/03/2004 03:19:00 PM
very nice. 9
09/03/2004 12:39:43 PM
Cool idea, and fits in two ways, nice thought. Black and white film, black and white images, goes together well.
09/03/2004 01:25:48 AM
Clever idea well executed. The levels and reflections are terrific. Composition is interesting. While it technically meets the challenge, the real strength of the photo is the right half, and it steals the thunder from the left a bit. Among my top picks.
09/02/2004 07:05:39 PM
A good idea but the lighting could be improoved.
09/02/2004 07:49:09 AM
I think the panorama style of this photo is very effective. Maybe to prevent the image from being cropped at all sides, a white or black border could've been added.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
09/02/2004 05:41:57 AM
Nicely done!
09/01/2004 10:32:46 PM
nice image, but the frame seems to be on the right, and not focused on the film can. I would have liked to see only one spiral of film.
09/01/2004 08:41:29 PM
over exposed, just kidding I was refering to the film 8
09/01/2004 10:13:51 AM
nice
09/01/2004 04:10:21 AM
very interesting concept.
09/01/2004 02:03:39 AM
Cool.
09/01/2004 12:09:41 AM
A standout among the thumbnails. EXCELLENT job!!! 10 from me!


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