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"I'm Looking Through You"
"I'm Looking Through You"

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Challenge: Beatles Song/Lyrics (Advanced Editing IV*)
Camera: Nikon D200
Lens: Nikon AF Zoom-Nikkor 24-85mm f2.8-4.0D
Location: San Diego
Date: May 30, 2006
Aperture: f/22
ISO: 100
Shutter: 6 sec.
Galleries: Emotive
Date Uploaded: May 30, 2006


Place: 26 out of 273
Avg (all users): 6.3394
Avg (commenters): 7.0833
Avg (participants): 5.9894
Avg (non-participants): 6.5191
Views since voting: 1026
Views during voting: 412
Votes: 277
Comments: 15
Favorites: 1 (view)

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06/07/2006 11:00:21 PM
Oooooh. . .this IS awesome too! I just commented on one of your outtakes! I think either photo would have gotten you the strong score you got here! I've always loved these phantom see-through people in photos. They look so haunting!
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
06/06/2006 03:47:40 PM
Great concept, but could have chosen a better background
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06/05/2006 11:39:47 AM
nice idea.
and quite well executed too.
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06/05/2006 11:01:34 AM
Very nicely done! Excellent interpretation of the challenge... and great job giving you the perspective of the other person with their hand on the cup! My only quip might be that I might have liked to have seen this with a slightly less busy background... especially the edge of the wall coming right out of the person's head is somewhat disturbind. Great job though and use of photographic techniques to really give a sense of the song title. -9-
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06/04/2006 04:25:33 AM
nice , tied for 2nd in my voting

pretty cool
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06/02/2006 01:13:27 AM
Using a new formula....
0-2 Meets the Challenge = 2
0-2 Technical Merit = 2
0-4 Interest/Creativity = 3
0-2 The "wow factor" = 0
Final score: 7
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06/01/2006 06:07:58 PM
Exceptionally well done. Nice dusk exposure and great ghost image. Bet it was fun to do as well.
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06/01/2006 04:01:57 PM
Nice effect. How??? without blurring the person? The girl and dog in the background make the image even better because it illiminates a number of possible ways it could have been achieved without bluring them or making them transparent too. Well done.
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06/01/2006 03:52:22 AM
Impressive job with the double exposure. Well suited to the title and the challenge. Excellent job.
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05/31/2006 09:38:00 PM
Love the feel of the warm colors. Bump.
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05/31/2006 07:20:35 PM
Hey, that's a great idea! Nicely done, too.
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05/31/2006 03:15:51 PM
At first time i think that this was a double exposition. only in a second moment I understand that you have shotted across the glass. a good work, I like not the image but a very good idea and a good realization. the image show that you have researched the shot. I rate it 7.
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05/31/2006 11:51:25 AM
Composition is wonderfully done! Indeed the viewer can place themselves in the picture as we sit there at the table holding the cup of coffee/tea and look through our companion. "I'm looking through you, where did you go
I thought I knew you, what did I know" is captured wonderfully in this image. He is there but still he is transparent that we can look through him. He has no substance like a ghost we look through him and think we know him but we cannot truly 'flesh' him out. It seems we are sitting there trying to have a conversation over coffee but "Your lips are moving, I cannot hear
Your voice is soothing, but the words aren't clear". Well done, wonderful job on this one. My only critique is that it could be cropped closer because there is just a little too much background that is distracting.
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05/31/2006 08:07:39 AM
Clever idea. Maybe not the best place for taking the shot.
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05/31/2006 05:34:18 AM
NOTE.... I'm looking at the image first and tyrying to guess the title. If I can't guess, I can't give high marks :-(

10 - fantastic, got it straight away
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