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Nude Ceramic
Nude Ceramic

Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Nude (Classic Editing*)
Camera: Kodak LS443
Location: My home
Date: Jul 9, 2003
Aperture: auto
ISO: auto
Shutter: auto
Galleries: Abstract, Nude
Date Uploaded: Jul 9, 2003

The ceranic figure is one of my daughters high school art projects. Actual size is about 4 inches tall. I must have taken 70 photos all with different lighting and angles. This is the one I liked the best, my wife thinks others were better.
Photo was cropped, contrast was changed.

Place: 56 out of 58
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Views since voting: 4957
Votes: 181
Comments: 10
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
07/16/2003 11:57:33 PM
it's not as interesting as a real human figure.. and the image quality seems rather low here, but I like how the tones flow into the background.
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07/16/2003 03:25:51 PM
If the lighting had been stronger and more directional I think this would have worked well as a duotone.
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07/14/2003 11:26:31 PM
Wonderful tones. Graininess and soft focus are superb.
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07/14/2003 02:21:58 PM
07/13/2003 10:06:15 PM
To me this is just a photo of a piece of art. Sorry but to me this doesn't meet the challenge and isn't really your art (the photograph)
07/11/2003 01:29:24 PM
really fuzzy
07/11/2003 06:52:26 AM
The tones used make this image seem very flat.. maybe better with increased contrast?
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07/11/2003 04:29:18 AM
not a real nude ...
07/11/2003 03:17:31 AM
Grainy, blurry, and not real. Sorry, but does nothing for me whatsoever.
07/11/2003 12:58:55 AM
nice idea, but the grain doesn't suit the subject to me. the ceauty of a sculpture like this is it's crisp lines, which are lost in the blur. Compositionally, I'd have rotated it, since the shadows give away the fact that it's lying down.
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