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Double Minded
Double Minded
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Challenge: Self-Portrait III (Advanced Editing IV)
Camera: Pentax *ist D
Location: my house - amsterdam
Date: Feb 11, 2005
Aperture: 5.6
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/1
Galleries: Emotive, Portraiture
Date Uploaded: Feb 12, 2005

Thanks to Sifra for helping out

" Unfortunately, while many are not deliberately trying to turn from their focus of God, others deliberately are double minded. Many are immature or in sin issues that they have not dealt with, thereby not being obedient to Scriptures. Many hang on to their sacred cows, believing they should not take the test of the Word of God. Others appear to make choices to be double minded."

Statistics
Place: 77 out of 247
Avg (all users): 5.7670
Avg (commenters): 6.6364
Avg (participants): 5.6174
Avg (non-participants): 5.9063
Views since voting: 1448
Views during voting: 632
Votes: 309
Comments: 13
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
02/20/2005 07:02:14 PM
This reminds me of that one painting with the guy in the derby hat and the apple in front of his face. Great shot!
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02/20/2005 03:30:25 PM
A good effect but one to invite the bell curve. I like it, because I am judging not the portrait aspect. Bumping up.
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02/19/2005 10:56:23 PM
strange entry for the challenge
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02/18/2005 07:44:31 PM
Very, very unique. I like the effect quite a bit. Great light on the glass and very, very crisp.
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02/18/2005 05:27:58 PM
I guess shooting things through fluid-filled glass containers is the technique du jour. Think it works here better than the beer bottle, though I cannot say why. But I wonder whether we might be drawing near the end of the days where everything looks better through a beverage glass or bottle. I think I've gotten there.
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02/17/2005 11:07:52 PM
Neat idea and well execited.
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02/17/2005 07:57:59 PM
Returning for comment: This is a good effect though perhaps a bit overused on DPC. It is well captured. I am not sure it works well under the category of portrait though!
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02/16/2005 04:41:06 PM
i don't know anything about portraiture, so i'm using your image as a guinnea pig as to what i think i would or wouldn't do in this situation, as well as what i notice and get out of your image.

this is very, very clever, almost dali-esque. i like most everything about the image except for your treatment of the foreground and the background: the terrycloth picks up too much detail, and the wrinkles in the background come through too much. other than that, this is a shot i would like to attempt, myself. thanks for an interesting twist on the challenge!
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02/16/2005 08:03:34 AM
Composition: 5
Technical: 6
Appeal: 4
Challenge: 6
Overall Calculated Average Score: 5, great idea, but seeing the whole face in the refraction would be more interesting for me personally
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02/16/2005 05:58:57 AM
:) nice done... i like yellow tonalities of picture...
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02/14/2005 03:48:13 PM
Very nice effect. Great contrast between the blurred background and the crisp wine glass. I'm sure you saw the other wine-glass portrait, which is a fun one, but I think that this one is much better composed. This strikes me as a top contender. (9)
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02/14/2005 07:48:33 AM
have you had too many, or have i? good lighting.
whats the towel for?
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02/14/2005 12:59:13 AM
VERY creative and well done!!!!!!
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