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Challenge: Free Study XII (Advanced Editing IV*)
Camera: Nikon D70s
Lens: Nikon AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5G IF-ED
Location: Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Date: Aug 12, 2006
Aperture: 4.5
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/125
Galleries: Nude
Date Uploaded: Aug 12, 2006

simple: a sharpen on Capture, a sepia on Photoshop and then resize.

Place: 73 out of 684
Avg (all users): 6.2957
Avg (commenters): 7.1111
Avg (participants): 6.2118
Avg (non-participants): 6.6111
Views since voting: 4179
Views during voting: 541
Votes: 257
Comments: 23
Favorites: 15 (view)

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10/31/2006 07:14:34 AM
great tones
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09/08/2006 12:20:11 AM
Right behind too.... :) Congrats on only having 2 1's with a nude! I think that is a record!
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
09/07/2006 11:38:36 PM
The nudity feels out of place as if it was done just because (just an opinion).
09/07/2006 10:44:40 PM
Nice how you got the girl and the framing the same tone!
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09/07/2006 01:11:33 AM
Interesting shot, the Sepia tone really makes this shot
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09/06/2006 11:56:25 PM
Nice use of sapeia, I would have leveled the picture out
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09/06/2006 08:06:10 PM
Ok this is strange, that tattoo looks very similar to another also in this challenge on the back of a nude female. Hmmm. Anyway, It is a nice shot the wood grain looks good, the tones look nice, except for the bright spot on our right it distracts my eye. As well as the spot under her elbo. For this type of shot, I think it would be better to have more of the window frame showing. This perspective/distortion to me doesn't hold enough entrest.
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09/06/2006 02:21:55 PM
I don't normally rate nudes very highly on this site, not because I don't like them or appreciate them, but because they rarely appeal. This does however .. I like the through the window approach and the sepia toning really works well.
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09/06/2006 11:44:18 AM
Who is crazy enough to leave her behind?!?

Great picture.
09/05/2006 06:50:25 PM
Normally I'd comment about the window frame being at such an odd angle, but what does it really matter here.
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09/05/2006 07:31:30 AM
This is a very well executed picture and I like your decision to use a sepia tone. It adds an extra bit of softness to the feeling of the picture. I do not understand the title. If it is intended to be a pun than I do not feel it was necessary or suits the mood of the picture. The image really needs no title. Its beauty stands on its own.
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09/04/2006 02:36:41 PM
Beautiful model
09/04/2006 12:10:16 PM
nice sash!

sorry, couldn't resist... this is a great sensual highly charged image. i love the voyeuristic element of this, which somehow lessens the degree of gratuitousness is might have otherwise had. the sepia, level of noise and grain, and the lighting is also very nice and done to great effect. clearly, she's fit, which heightens the appeal of the image, but one thinks that with the artistic style and technical skill, the same would have been achieved if it were Jack Black. possibly. very lovely - 10.
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09/03/2006 01:50:31 PM
ok,the girls body is great, but the shot is crooked, nad I don't think the crop works to best advantage
09/02/2006 04:08:49 PM
I'm not scoring this photo with a high mark because of the attractive female body. I'm scoring it high because it's a well thought out photo - title and subjects (the house included which was an awesome addition), plus, it's a darn good photo!
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09/02/2006 08:00:38 AM
You photo is more durable than the tatoos, in terms of beauty. But then again, photos are more durable than humans.
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09/01/2006 08:54:58 PM
Wow...that is a fine...ummm....shot!
09/01/2006 04:57:28 PM
lol. yup i see the behind part where the left? just kidding. beautiful pic. and great contrast and texture. a fav.
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09/01/2006 03:37:09 PM
There is an odd artifact/shadow on the right side of her torso. Nicely framed and composed. 7
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09/01/2006 03:29:48 PM
and a nice behind it is. I like the tone of the image.
09/01/2006 10:40:45 AM
When my screen loaded and I saw this, I thought "hey thats kinda cool, a great idea" and I looked down to click on 8, as I did that I saw the title,
and couldn't help myself buy laugh! I love it! 10
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09/01/2006 07:48:08 AM
wow. photo:8... bum:10
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09/01/2006 06:26:33 AM
A nice photo with a great title.
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