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Jinjit


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Challenge: Deja Vu (Advanced Editing III)
Camera: Nikon Coolpix 4500
Location: Israel
Date: Dec 19, 2004
Aperture: 7.9
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/15s
Galleries: Still Life
Date Uploaded: Dec 19, 2004

Not as good as the original. Thanks Jacko for an amazing shot!

At the back there are 3 vinyl cards with 2 halogen lights on then.
the glasses are in the front, filled with water.

Post process is crop, flip horizontal, contrast, resize, very little spot editing to get rid of some undesired glare spots, USM, contrast some more, border and SFW.

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Statistics
Place: 4 out of 106
Avg (all users): 7.2069
Avg (commenters): 8.0556
Avg (participants): 6.9577
Avg (non-participants): 7.3409
Views since voting: 3218
Views during voting: 370
Votes: 203
Comments: 24
Favorites: 7 (view)


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04/28/2005 10:07:29 AM
i can't believe i never commented on this--duh! i scored it a 9, guess i was being stingy. wonderful shot, perfectly executed. i'm inspired now to go on and try my hand on this one.
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01/14/2005 04:44:15 PM
Jinjit! that's awesome!!

Didn't see you submitted this until now - a great shot indeed.

Kol hakavod :-)

Message edited by author 2005-01-14 16:44:31.
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12/27/2004 09:49:02 AM
Adi: rest assured, you are good. Very good. The execution here is cool and very competent. This exhibits the nucleus deep within. You virtually came within throwing the ball out of the park. The techinique here is deftly and we will be hearing from you again and again. Congratulations on your 4th placing.
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12/27/2004 07:08:57 AM
This is a superb shot and , no offence to Jacko, is better than the original. We (you and I) had the opportunity to study his fabulous work and then focus on how to produce a similar image without wondering how it would look - the composition and style had already produced a winner!
The vibrancy of your colours is amazing - I chose a different selection "to be different" and ended up with a more subdued look.
I know only too well how much attention to detail was required to produce such a crisp, bright, square, flawless image - my compliments again!
This deserved a ribbon - sorry to have helped to ease you out.
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12/27/2004 12:04:55 AM
Congrats on 4th place! Awesome! :o)
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
12/26/2004 09:03:19 PM
The best straight copy I've seen. Perfectly executed.
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12/26/2004 07:54:37 PM
Wel all right! A fantastic reproduction here with vibrant colors good focus. Bumping up.
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12/25/2004 09:16:42 PM
Composition: 9, Technical: 9, Appeal: 10, Challenge: 10, Overall Calculated Average Score: 10
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12/23/2004 08:53:56 PM
lovely in many ways, but it needs a fair amount more breathing room in the foreground.
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12/23/2004 08:36:58 PM
hey Great shot! Looks like you got to avoid the reflections too. Jacko. 10
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12/23/2004 05:35:50 PM
Perfect technique here. Awesome shot.
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12/23/2004 11:17:00 AM
absolutley striking would look so good hung on the wall
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12/23/2004 03:59:56 AM
A worthy recreation of Jacko's original. Same lovely colors and lighting. Well executed.
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12/22/2004 10:50:01 AM
An image that shouts at you. Superbly done.
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12/21/2004 04:50:26 PM
Beautifully clear and pristine primary color sections. The lines and curves are very appealing and the symmetry is perfect. This photo is a feast for the eye.
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12/20/2004 11:37:37 PM
Very very nice.. too bad I can't vote, I'd give it a 10!! Congrats!
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12/20/2004 07:53:36 PM
This just sings with light - it knocked me out all over again - even better this time around maybe. Great tribute to both photographers or yourself - if this was yours originally!
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12/20/2004 07:53:16 PM
very good , great lighting 7
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12/20/2004 03:37:49 PM
wow, you did a pretty spot on job of this...jacko should be proud. ;) nice work.
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12/20/2004 01:09:05 PM
Actually of higher quality than the original - but without the warmth of colouration of Jacko's shot. Pretty damn impressive though - a sensibly lit.
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12/20/2004 07:48:01 AM
This is a nicely faithful rendition of an outstanding photo. You did a great job with the colors and with lighting the glass without any reflections. Great job!
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12/20/2004 04:45:16 AM
This is very difficult - I know, I tried. This is very well done indeed. We shall have to swap notes after this is over. My compliments! Definitley better than the original.
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12/20/2004 03:37:40 AM
Very well done!
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12/20/2004 12:12:43 AM
Excellent replica.
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