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Catch 22 by Joseph Heller
Catch 22 by Joseph Heller
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Challenge: Book Titles (Classic Editing)
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix 2600Z
Location: Hamilton New Zealand
Date: Nov 6, 2003
Galleries: Candid, Studio
Date Uploaded: Nov 6, 2003

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Place: 115 out of 231
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Views since voting: 1166
Votes: 266
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11/19/2003 03:32:50 PM
It's hard to see that you are "catching" this without the title. If you could have grabbed a shot with the 22 actually in the air, and your hands waiting below, it would have been more dramatic. And while lighting is good, the brigher light might be better placed on the 22.

BTW - that's one of my favorite books from my youth.
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11/16/2003 02:37:44 PM
LOL I like it! Only thing I might change is making the wrist on the left hand straighter! Very funny!
TC
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11/15/2003 03:18:38 PM
Fun idea. It would look cool if there was some motion implied - a little blur as the 22 is caught in the hands, A longer exposure with a flash at the end? Not that I've ever done that...
11/14/2003 03:59:24 PM
A favourite book of mine
11/13/2003 09:26:44 PM
Nice catch!
11/13/2003 08:31:54 PM
I tto wanted to do thsi title but could not figure out what to shoot. I like this shot, it fits the title really well.
11/13/2003 02:48:34 PM
This is a title I wanted to do, but with a different concept. I like yours.
11/13/2003 02:08:52 PM
Cute...
11/13/2003 12:35:07 PM
very creative idea and beautiful executed :)
11/13/2003 05:26:19 AM
Excellent. Good lighting and composition. Would also have done will in the Literalisms challenge.
11/13/2003 04:33:19 AM
nice concept! but the hands don't look like they're "catching" it. They're merely holding it.
11/13/2003 04:16:23 AM
A clever approach to this book title. I'd crop marginally at the bottom to remove that area of wrist at the lower left corner.
11/13/2003 12:07:55 AM
womans hands generally are better photographed with a very soft light and lots of fill, the hard light makes me look at all the skin wrinkles on the left hand rather then the subject of the 22.
11/12/2003 08:14:19 PM
It's a bit too static to fully represent the concept of 'catch', which is what you were looking for. If you're going to play on that word you need to make this more dynamic. In the strictest sense, it's not a literal interpretation of the book title, but I guess there's nothing wrong with that (a literal interpretation would have been more interesting however).
11/12/2003 06:08:24 PM
a well-done, laugh out loud effort - very crisp, good color,
11/12/2003 04:06:18 PM
How simple and to the point. Wow, well done. I love that you thought of this unique idea. Good job. Good luck in the challenge.
11/12/2003 01:44:43 PM
That's insane. But if you are sane enough to know that, then it can't be insane. (or something like that). I love that book and I love the way you captured the title.
11/12/2003 01:40:29 AM
Great idea. Everything looks good. The only thing I would try different is perhaps to capture the "22" actually falling with the hands beneath about to catch the number; as opposed to the moment right after the hands caught it. The humor of the photo does coincide with the type of humor in the book. Good job.
-Scocchio


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