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The Wedding
NekoNita


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Challenge: Triptych (Advanced Editing IV*)
Camera: Canon EOS-300D Rebel
Lens: Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM Macro
Location: My flat
Date: Nov 9, 2005
Aperture: F/25
ISO: 100
Shutter: 13s + 2,5s + 10s
Galleries: Macro, Diptych / Triptych
Date Uploaded: Nov 12, 2005

White and Blacks were living each on their side...Until one day R met J...

This picture is done from 3 different pictures. The first one was the middle one, the others were taken from a rotation of the pod...
The light is frontal and the overexposure in the back is intentionnal and was reinforce by the post treatment.
Small crop to fit the dimensions/organization.
Duplicate of layer/ desaturation on one/ partial deletion on the other to display the desat.
Dodging to remove some parasites and try to make the ensemble uniform...

Statistics
Place: 129 out of 234
Avg (all users): 5.5448
Avg (commenters): 6.2857
Avg (participants): 5.3689
Avg (non-participants): 5.6918
Views since voting: 879
Views during voting: 464
Votes: 268
Comments: 19
Favorites: 3 (view)


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11/24/2005 10:26:40 AM
This is excellent. If I was doing the voting, this would have been a lot higher up than middle of the pack. I feel the story and emotion ascribed to the inanimate chess peices is superb.

Well done.

Fave.
11/21/2005 09:26:13 PM
Did update my portfolio to put the individual images used for the triptych

11/21/2005 10:42:48 AM
Thanks all for your votes/comments.
Regarding the details I recon that reduced this way they are not really viewable but I can ensure they are there.
In fact I spent a lot of time on the post treatment and when I found something I was pretty happy with I didn't have anything left to change the little details that were worrying me like the part too dark on the right or too light on the left.
My initial idea was really to oppose 2 families that would merge in the central picture. I appreciate the comment that made the reference to Shakespeare ;)
 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/20/2005 09:02:20 PM
I like the colors and set up you have here. Job well done.
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11/20/2005 11:30:15 AM
Interesting, but I wander why the 3rd pane is gray tone
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11/19/2005 09:14:00 PM
Nice shading and desaturation work.
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11/19/2005 06:12:33 PM
Very creative. Parts seem a bit over exposed.
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11/18/2005 10:29:51 AM
This is a terrific idea! I just wish it wasn't all so dark.
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11/17/2005 12:04:43 AM
Looks likt they are telling secrets. ANd the others are trying to listen in. I wish it was a little less dark so we could see the details on the Knights (is that what they are called?) faces.
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11/16/2005 09:17:48 PM
I wonder if a suitable line from Rome and Juliet mightn't have encapsulated the idea of love amidst strife more neatly than your title? There is a sense of opposition in your composition, and I like that sense of balance you've achieved - and yet that title makes me think you've missed that potential entirely.
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11/16/2005 06:55:02 PM
I really like this shot and it's artistic quality. However, looking at it is making me strain to see more details in the pieces. With so little light, it's difficult to see much... a down side but also one of things that I like about this set up. The colors are also great; the division of the wedding parties split up by tint is a fantastic element. In any case, I hope that you offer a print of it so that I can hang it in my livingroom! I give it a 9!
**edit....I was on a bad monitor... my home computer sees the details in front very well...I'm bumping up the score too. :)**
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11/16/2005 04:55:58 PM
real good. the suggested emotion is strong.
I will remember this one.
good luck
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11/15/2005 02:53:17 PM
Love the idea but feel the execution could be improved a bit. The right side feels quite a bit flatter than the left side and gives the whole thing a sort of uneven feeling. I do think the idea lends itself well to a triptych, though.
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11/15/2005 09:33:34 AM
Great idea and well executed.
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11/14/2005 10:39:10 PM
i love the idea. great job! 8
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11/14/2005 04:37:26 PM
6 - Good concept, well done if this is original. All nice shots. Criticism; like to see more detail in at least one frame, obviously preferably the center one, but perhaps you lost a lot in the resize. 1 & 3 do not seem to be cropped uniformly, which may be intentional, but in my opinion, would have looked better if they were, and it were 'balanced' better.
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11/14/2005 01:29:45 PM
I like the concept
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11/14/2005 03:12:18 AM
Great subject, setup, composition and compositing, nice border, great title. Be proud.
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11/14/2005 12:22:00 AM
clever! Good symmetry. A little busy, but not in a bad way.
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