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Under Water Serial Killer
Under Water Serial Killer

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Challenge: Reflections Without Mirrors III (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Canon EOS-300D Rebel
Lens: Canon EF 28mm f/2.8
Location: Maui, Hawaii
Date: Nov 2, 2006
Galleries: Still Life, Water
Date Uploaded: Nov 3, 2006

Taken with a Ikelite Water Housing. Shot in my Pool with the normal Pool Light for the backlighting effect. Model, Kegan Conway.

Place: 61 out of 365
Avg (all users): 6.0049
Avg (commenters): 7.0625
Avg (participants): 5.7531
Avg (non-participants): 6.1680
Views since voting: 1207
Views during voting: 387
Votes: 206
Comments: 17
Favorites: 0

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/14/2006 10:58:16 PM
how is this done?!
11/14/2006 10:42:13 PM
Ummm yeah, this is pretty wicked, as in very cool :) I could have done without the knives though, they scare me. Maybe meditating would be more to my liking but it's your picture and I love it. One of the best in this challenge :)
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11/14/2006 10:57:20 AM
Impressive, and a great reflection up top. We always think that water reflects, but if you're underwater then air reflects! I predicted two ribbon-winners so far. Is this the third? 8
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11/14/2006 10:21:52 AM
I love the idea, from a distance I thought it was a meditating pose, quite the opposite. For me the meditating pose would have suited the lighting and colour wonderfully,
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11/13/2006 10:14:29 PM
scary and yet intriguing...
11/12/2006 10:14:37 PM
Nice. Real horrorshow.
11/12/2006 04:25:07 AM
11/11/2006 01:05:44 AM
Couldn't you use the same knife to kill 3 times instead of using 3 separate knifes? Just kidding. This is the most creative shot of all the ones I've seen so far. You got a reflection off the "bottom" of the water instead of the "top". Great thinking.
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11/09/2006 08:26:15 PM
Very interesting concept. Couldn't help smiling at this photo. :)
11/09/2006 02:38:20 PM
Oh, do please tell more about how you accomplished this photo! Love it!
11/09/2006 01:19:30 AM
this is extreme ....... love it ........
11/08/2006 03:40:50 PM
great shot well taken
11/08/2006 02:03:47 PM
Very clever: but the "reflection" aspect doesn't leap at me. Yes, I know it's up there on the surface but this is more about the figure in the main image. Well crafted though.
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11/08/2006 12:42:16 PM
very random, but I really like it. 9 b/c the reflection isn't very clear
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11/08/2006 08:56:14 AM
congrats for achieving this..looks difficult!
11/08/2006 07:11:39 AM
a rather odd but wonderfully unique idea. Well executed, with good use of light and reflection.
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11/08/2006 01:37:09 AM
No cutting remarks here. This is a very unusual shot! Love the backliting and the silhouette effect. You definitely made the chop. Congrats!

Ok, I'm done with the puns (a double-edged blade, they be). Stay sharp :P
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