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Challenge: Candid II (Advanced Editing III)
Camera: Olympus C-50Z
Location: AZ
Date: Jan 2, 2005
Galleries: Candid, Black and White
Date Uploaded: Jan 2, 2005


Place: 53 out of 173
Avg (all users): 5.7251
Avg (commenters): 7.0000
Avg (participants): 5.3256
Avg (non-participants): 6.0000
Views since voting: 684
Views during voting: 303
Votes: 211
Comments: 10
Favorites: 0

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
01/09/2005 07:25:38 AM
like it, sham the frame is a bit weird
01/09/2005 06:18:44 AM
Beautiful shot... the expression on his face speaks volumes.
01/06/2005 11:22:33 PM
01/05/2005 01:46:35 PM
He's looking right at you: in my book that's not a candid. Good B&W treatment.
01/05/2005 03:19:51 AM
Nice catch
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01/05/2005 02:36:32 AM
Black and White does this photograph wonders, it really emphasises the subject and the feeling of them moment. Well done.
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01/04/2005 04:46:14 PM
Great capture. Not sure if I would have the courage to attempt this shot. :-)

I like the expression on his face and it adds a lot of interest to the composition.
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01/04/2005 04:34:03 AM
The glance towards camera changes everything, engages the viewer... wish I could see the whole cart, or at least that he wasn't running into the left edge of the frame
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01/03/2005 04:53:42 AM
Quite a load! Lovce his hat and the size of his cart. Even his body language is very interesting. What did he say when you snapped his picture. Looks like you were fairly close. Did you ask his permission before taking it. Sometimes I feel weird just snapping away at strangers, then getting caught :)
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01/03/2005 12:24:36 AM
I wish he weren't looking at the camera. It sort of ruins what could be a really good photo.
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