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Challenge: Image Grain (Advanced Editing IV*)
Collection: 2005 Challenges
Camera: Canon EOS-20D
Lens: Canon EF 28-135mm F/3.5-5.6 IS USM
Location: Quantico VA
Date: Oct 18, 2005
Aperture: 5.6
ISO: 400
Shutter: 1/320
Galleries: Portraiture
Date Uploaded: Oct 22, 2005


Place: 113 out of 274
Avg (all users): 5.4140
Avg (commenters): 6.6250
Avg (participants): 5.4248
Avg (non-participants): 5.3973
Views since voting: 862
Views during voting: 269
Votes: 186
Comments: 8
Favorites: 0

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
10/30/2005 10:37:28 PM
Attractive passive study with good moving tones.
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10/30/2005 08:02:19 PM
Guy sure looks like a young Ray Liotta.
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10/28/2005 05:32:21 AM
This is an unusual and very appealing portrait. It's a 100% convincing depiction of the emotion expressed in the title. The composition, the crop, and the young man's bereft expression (especially as it's directed off-stage), all contribute to the success of the image, and so of course does the understated yet effective use of grain. 7
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10/25/2005 10:19:56 PM
love the processing, large unsharp mask?
good luck!
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10/25/2005 11:24:47 AM
Neet just a tad more to get the top of his head - otherwise a very good image.
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10/25/2005 08:16:38 AM
This has a great 50s feel to it. The grain is almost too subtle here. That keeps it just shy of and 8. Nice pose, great pensive look. 7
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10/24/2005 07:24:48 PM
This does not look grainy to me.
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10/24/2005 02:15:31 AM
Looks like an image from an old film... I like all of the lines that lead the viewer different places and don't really let us get out of the frame... Good choice cropping off the very top of his head I think, because it keeps us in the frame. Good use of not too much grain. Good luck.
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