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Challenge: Silhouettes III (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Kodak DX6490
Location: Home
Date: Aug 25, 2006
Galleries: Nude, Self Portrait
Date Uploaded: Aug 27, 2006

Cropped, Adjusted tint and contrast.

Views since voting: 1655
Views during voting: 434
Comments: 11
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
09/04/2006 09:34:07 AM
Nice model and pose but would prefere to see bacground less obvious.
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09/02/2006 02:10:15 AM
Crinkled background is too distracting. Would have been better to get the model on more profile to create a more feminine form
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09/01/2006 07:31:19 AM
This could be an interesting shot, but I think you should iron the sheet before trying this kind of pics. I think the creases really damage the whole shot.
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08/31/2006 03:46:37 PM
I have some problems with this shot. the first is for the composition, the model is too much in the middle of the frame. the second is for the background it isn't ironed and i think that don't work. the model pose is good. I think that you can build a better version of this shot.
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08/31/2006 02:01:45 PM
I think you should have ironed the sheet and maybe cropped it tighter at the top.
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08/31/2006 09:13:34 AM
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08/31/2006 12:21:39 AM
the backdrop is too wrinkled and the light at top too harsh
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08/30/2006 09:29:15 PM
Your biggest flaw is the background -- the wrinkles of the sheet are REALLY distracting. The same goes for being able to see where the sheet ends, as well as the uneven lighting on it. You need to get a larger sheet with a more distributed light source and but some distance between you and it so the sheet is not in focus. And iron it, if possible.

The pose is dramatic, but I'm not sure I'd have the left hand at the head like that.
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08/30/2006 08:09:05 PM
OK... the clothing is not quite form fitting enough to make this work for you. I'm not saying it had to be nude, but a silouette full-body should show the shape of the subject, not the clothing.
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08/30/2006 09:23:14 AM
more even light in back
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08/30/2006 01:28:31 AM
Wrinkles in the background are very distracting, but other than that it is a good silhouette study ...
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