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Day and Night
Day and Night
elgomin


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Before and After (Classic Editing)
Camera: Canon PowerShot S40
Location: home
Date: Jan 28, 2003
Aperture: 3.2
ISO: 50
Shutter: 1/15
Galleries: Abstract, Studio
Date Uploaded: Jan 29, 2003

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Statistics
Place: 4 out of 64
Avg (all users): 6.9300
Avg (commenters): 7.3333
Avg (participants): 6.8077
Avg (non-participants): 7.0625
Views since voting: 2301
Votes: 100
Comments: 22
Favorites: 3 (view)


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09/24/2006 02:21:04 AM
VERY cool photo! Going in my favorites as something I'll try someday.
02/10/2003 09:13:39 AM
i guessed right! :) congrats on that wonderful photo, and the clever setup.
02/10/2003 08:41:03 AM
What a great effect. Definitely one of my favourites this week.
02/10/2003 06:27:31 AM
Herzlichen Glückwunsch!
Die Iddee und die Vorbereitungen haben sich gelohnt. Ich bin gespannt auf das nächste Foto.
xxx
02/10/2003 03:16:45 AM
Thank you all for your comments.
For those who wanted to see how I did this photo, please have a look at:
//photo.marsebion.com/dpc/baa/


Message edited by author 2003-02-11 10:22:37.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
02/09/2003 03:27:34 PM
Very cleverly done., wish I could figure it out! 10
02/09/2003 10:13:05 AM
Cool! You did really well to set this up. The rotational symmetry of the piece is a little too static and formal for me, but I appreciate that technically it is a very good photo.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
02/09/2003 07:03:46 AM
like the composition. the concept is very clear. great work!
02/08/2003 10:05:49 PM
Looking forward to hearing how you pulled this one off! A 10 from me!
02/08/2003 01:57:13 AM
don't know how you did this.... get an admin note this looks like 2 VERY different pictures... you can tell by the brigtness of the left matchbox, and the right matchbox, also the light source seems to come from "behind" the left candel, but it seeams the ONLY light source in the right is the candle because of the shadow on the matchbox, even though it is EXACTLY in the same position as the candle in the left image.....
  Photographer found comment helpful.
02/07/2003 09:48:37 PM
not a bad trick... good idea and composition. I like how you made the birghtness and contrast look different on each side... hopefully it was legal :o)
02/07/2003 08:05:45 PM
Great photo. How on earth did you do this? Very creative. good luck.
02/06/2003 10:23:37 AM
Technically a very nice shot. Strong on topic as well. There is a little shadowing/oddness on the white side of the midline. 8 Lisa
  Photographer found comment helpful.
02/05/2003 09:36:32 PM
Graphically strong image...good concept, well executed.
02/04/2003 10:21:42 PM
Before giving you a vote, i'd like to know how you did this. The lighting is very different on the two sides of the photo...making it look like a comp of two photos...please PM me...for now I'll leave it at a 10 :)
02/04/2003 02:22:53 PM
challenge met. very innovative!! i'm trying to figure out how you did this, whether you took one photo and printed it and put it next to the next setup or what your method of separating the light between the two halves was. i like that your shot is somewhat symmetrical but not just identical. The matchbox makes me believe you are german speaking ... i'm wondering whether you are elgomin. in any case, who ever you are ... i have nothing to add that i would've done differently. this is definitely one of my favorite entries this week :)
  Photographer found comment helpful.
02/04/2003 10:26:49 AM
Clever idea and well done.
02/03/2003 09:26:04 PM
Very neat concept. How tchu do it? is one a picture and the other one the real thing ... euh, you catch my drift. Good job. Jacko. 9
02/03/2003 08:16:11 PM
nice.... very clean...simple overall.... one of the best
02/03/2003 03:57:16 PM
I like this shot with the two different lighting conditions. I am however interested in knowing how you got the two different lighting conditions side by side like this.

Bill Miller (wackybill)
02/03/2003 07:22:06 AM
these are 2 pics un one. The line is too perfect and the light of the candle doesn't affect the shadows of the white side.
02/03/2003 01:06:06 AM
very pretty


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