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Challenge: Before and After (Classic Editing)
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix S602Z
Location: Chorley, UK
Date: Feb 2, 2003
Aperture: f5.6
ISO: 160
Shutter: 1/2s
Galleries: Still Life, Macro
Date Uploaded: Feb 2, 2003

Still working my way through all the Jack Daniels I got for my birthday!

Modified a technique mentioned in the forums earlier this week so thanks to all who posted their ideas.
A spare UV filter half coated with vaseline to create the blurred effect on one side. Lit by 2 halogen desk lamps.

Statistics
Place: 9 out of 64
Avg (all users): 6.5000
Avg (commenters): 7.3636
Avg (participants): 6.4231
Avg (non-participants): 6.5833
Views since voting: 1731
Votes: 100
Comments: 14
Favorites: 2 (view)


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02/16/2003 11:00:53 AM
...from Critique Club...

Sup, bod? ;)

FIRST IMPRESSION:
Man, it makes my right eye hurt...I like it!

COMPOSITION:
Awesome...I really like the angle you shot this at. When working with a symetric photo, I find it difficult how to present it, I think you did a great job on this one. The close crop works really well, IMO. :)

TECHNICAL:
Nice job with the vaseline (how many uses are there for that stuff) Your focus is dead on. The lighting looks nice and even throughout and I like how it highlights the bottle with that bit of orange...just to throw some color in...great job :)

ARTISTIC:
Very creative indeed, and meets the challenge. Hope you finish the bottle before your b-day comes around again :)

Cheers and good luck in the future challenges.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
02/09/2003 07:17:06 PM
great
02/09/2003 09:32:14 AM
I like this. It's very creative. It gives a strong impression of the experience of being drunk, before and after, putting the viewer in that frame of mind rather than just illustrating a concept.
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02/09/2003 03:48:33 AM
Excellent composition. I see your message in your photograph. An excellent image that deserves a placing. Well done. 10 :)
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02/07/2003 02:23:22 PM
This is one of the most clever so far! Good idea, and well executed!
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02/06/2003 10:50:11 PM
Very clever. I really love the sharpness of the first bottle and eventhough the second bottle is blurred, there is still a clarity and sharpness about it. I love this shot. Simple but great! Thanks!

Bill Miller (wackybill)
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02/04/2003 05:53:01 PM
challenge met. so, how did you do this ... 2 bottles, moved one? that's the only thing i can come up with that would match the photo. great idea :) i like that your photo is basically b&w except for the whiskey which has a nice warm color to it. good job filling the frame with the subject, too.
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02/04/2003 11:58:49 AM
Good idea!
02/04/2003 01:29:22 AM
I like the blared the empty bottle. Good job.
02/03/2003 09:47:19 PM
Been there, done that. Very effective shot. Is that a relfection on a stainless steel can? Very clever. Jacko. 8
02/03/2003 01:14:27 PM
Very good shooting here...I really like this.
02/03/2003 10:31:32 AM
Great shot, JD mmmmm. If I had three wishes number one would be a bottle that never runs out. You of course get bonus points for good taste!!
02/03/2003 04:24:32 AM
very good....need to learn to do this myself....
02/03/2003 01:09:48 AM
i can relate!


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