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Circular Impact
Circular Impact
ankit0621


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Circle (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Canon EOS-20D
Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6
Location: Edison, NJ (Bedroom)
Date: Jul 1, 2005
Aperture: f/11
ISO: 100
Shutter: 3.2s
Galleries: Abstract, Black and White
Date Uploaded: Jul 1, 2005

Seven soda cans flipped upside down arranged in the position as shown two tied off with thread, clicked the shutter and dragged the gans back wards and this is the out come. Cant complain at the moment..lets see what the votes claim for the shots value. :)
Noise
USM
Rotate= 90CW,
Crop & Resize= 600 x 554,
Desaturate= B&W,
Contrast=+20 (PS)
Brightness= +10 (PS)
and level = reduced shadows

Statistics
Place: 50 out of 545
Avg (all users): 5.8253
Avg (commenters): 7.0000
Avg (participants): 5.7232
Avg (non-participants): 5.9826
Views since voting: 1006
Views during voting: 452
Votes: 292
Comments: 27
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
07/12/2005 10:48:33 PM
Good photograph. I don't know if these cans are really moving, but it certainly looks like you caught them at the moment of impact!
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07/12/2005 07:21:00 PM
6 for effect work.
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07/12/2005 01:33:44 PM
We all know what the challenge title is. It is too bad that you could not take the time to be more creative with your titleing.

nice idea, nice comp, good motion, lighting ok, minimalistic, b&w's ok, overall very good
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07/12/2005 08:33:08 AM
very interesting shot, think my favorite so far.
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07/11/2005 08:28:44 AM
Nice effect.
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07/10/2005 09:14:28 PM
I think I liked this a little better before I realized that it was soda cans - the stamps on the bottom take a little away from the shot. However, it's unique - I love the motion and the choice of black & white over color. Nicely done.
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07/10/2005 03:47:24 AM
For this contest everyone who has the word “circle” in their title is getting a lower score. This is a copy and paste version that I am including in every photo that I downgrade due to the title. We as members of DPchallenge know the topic of the challenge – we do not need to reread the topic every time we reach a photo. If circle is in the title and it is appropriate I will most likely not down grade, but it better be good. I am sorry if you do not agree with my method of protest – but scores are all I have. (neat photo - I am not sure if I should downgrade so I will not)
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07/09/2005 11:20:06 AM
Upside down coke cans? Pretty neat. Ball-bearings would be cool to do this with as well.
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07/09/2005 06:32:23 AM
great movement shot
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07/08/2005 10:51:02 PM
clever.
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07/08/2005 03:57:05 PM
nice display of dynamic motion ... to me this is a good use of the empty space .. I still think a little could come off the right side but, I do prefer symetry more than most.
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07/08/2005 02:23:02 PM
Nice layout and motion!
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07/08/2005 10:10:30 AM
Great shot! I love the motion effect! 9
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07/08/2005 08:51:43 AM
nice one, keep going
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07/07/2005 11:34:41 PM
Nice. I love b&w, and this is just a neat shot. 7
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07/07/2005 08:52:15 PM
wow!
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07/07/2005 09:04:44 AM
Great idea - having taught physics for years I can confirm that technically this simulation is inaccurate. That aside I really like the composition, sense of movement, contrast etc.More diffuse lighting would have been better. Would make a good starting point for an ad. well done and good luck - 7
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07/07/2005 01:53:34 AM
My second look at this photo and I'm bumping it up from 7 to an 8. It's just a very well done photo and it's eye catching. Good job.
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07/06/2005 09:21:25 PM
Base Score 5
LCP +2
Total Score 7

Nice shot...great composition
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07/06/2005 08:48:11 PM
good sense of geometry, movement ; well composed..I like it a lot.
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07/06/2005 05:20:58 PM
love the light on those can bottoms...you've captured the metal quite nicely...the movement also does a nice job of leading my eye...but IMO...the gray background is a bit dull...maybe white or black would have been more interesting...it's a hard one because the shadow and highlight stand out quite nicely against the middle-ish gray...still one of the better entries.
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07/06/2005 12:51:03 PM
Looking forward to a how you did that. :O)
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07/06/2005 09:23:20 AM
I never thought of using soda cans to illustrate particle physics. Nifty interpretation of the challenge!
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07/06/2005 09:13:55 AM
nice image, I gather they're cans upside down. Was there a magnet involved? It's a very cool picture, like that it's not in colour too
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07/06/2005 04:26:11 AM
Cool!! I like. Very creative. Would have cropped just a little off the top. Good job.
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07/06/2005 01:30:51 AM
Cool. What are those??? I like the offset image and the "movement." I wish the background were a tad darker.
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07/06/2005 12:52:07 AM
that's a wierd picture.
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