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On their way
On their way
jjbeguin


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Challenge: Shadows III (Advanced Editing IV)
Camera: Sony DSC-F828
Location: Geneva Switzerland
Date: Jun 10, 2006
Date Uploaded: Jun 11, 2006

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Statistics
Place: 68 out of 154
Avg (all users): 5.6250
Avg (commenters): 7.5714
Avg (participants): 5.5417
Avg (non-participants): 5.6786
Views since voting: 820
Views during voting: 282
Votes: 184
Comments: 17
Favorites: 1 (view)


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06/19/2006 09:23:44 AM
Nice to see you back submitting.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
06/18/2006 11:47:23 PM
I love the composition, with the "subject" just on the border of being too small to be a subject... but the eyes are led there by the composition. And the shadows, though they don't necessarily dominate, are crucial to the composition. And the silhouetting reminds us of the shadows. 10.
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06/18/2006 07:49:00 PM
Lots of good shadows although the primary subject(the shadows of the people??) doesn't stand out as much as i would like. Still, nice picture with interesting light and shadow. 7
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06/16/2006 02:17:27 PM
Challenge: SHADOWS III
Description: Creatively capture a shadow

Advanced Edit
On their way
Fit: Clearly meets the challenge 1

Aesthetics: OK composition 1
The number of curves in the image sems to confuse rather than underpin the central massage of the picture. Also may benefit from cropping out some of the bottom of the image and maybe a little of the left edge too.
Technical: Technically OK 1
Feels too under-exposed in the shadows and not enough contrast for me
Wow: Has some impact 1
Just too much going on for the image to come through.
Total Score = 4
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06/15/2006 04:31:35 PM
lovely photo, great use of "space", contrast and lines draw the attention to the subject in the corner.
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06/15/2006 06:44:19 AM
I love the almost-gone placement of the human subjects; they are clearly the focus of the image while being surrounded, perhaps even pursued, by imposing symbols. This permits all sorts of interesting allegorical interpretations, particularly when the possible meanings of the bars, the roadway and the shadows are brought into play! The image can represent adolescence, or graduation, or birth, or even death. No interpretation is certain though, and that's what I like most about this photograph. 8.
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06/15/2006 06:41:29 AM
Good use of many shadows.
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06/14/2006 09:25:59 PM
Nice use of shadows.
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06/14/2006 07:28:48 PM
You got your self a lot of shadows here :o) Nice picture...
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06/14/2006 01:15:00 PM
Beautiful...simply beautiful.
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06/14/2006 07:53:59 AM
Lots of shadows! Well done.
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06/13/2006 11:11:02 PM
interesting capture. I'm having trouble with what feels like to me, most of your leading lines running away from your main point of interest
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06/13/2006 09:56:54 AM
this is a great image...hope you do well with this
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06/12/2006 08:04:59 PM
Nice shadows especially the people. GREAT use of leading lines.
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06/12/2006 07:36:37 PM
I like this gentle photo a lot. Nice feeling to it. Into the distance rather than in ones face is nice.
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06/12/2006 02:42:58 AM
Nice blend of shadows
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06/12/2006 12:51:02 AM
This shot meets the challenge but just seems too busy for me. I'm having a hard time trying to focus on a main subject. I think it would have been better to omit the railing in the foreground and go after the walkers in the back for your subjects. 4 from me, sorry.
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