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Challenge: Shapes (Advanced Editing I*)
Collection: 2003
Camera: Olympus C-5050Z
Location: In house, Ottawa
Date: Dec 5, 2003
Galleries: Macro, Studio
Date Uploaded: Dec 5, 2003

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Place: 14 out of 125
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Votes: 149
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12/14/2003 09:36:45 PM
This is great!! So original, good luck- 9
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12/14/2003 02:04:13 PM
This is a very eye-catching effect! Makes you question your eyes - what is the object what is the shadow? Makes you think about how light effects our perception of shape. I wonder how a slightly different angle to the composition would work - more diagonal? I love the gentle range of tones inthe shadow. 9
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12/14/2003 01:29:39 PM
This is an excellent shot. :) Very impressive!
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12/14/2003 11:30:08 AM
Nice effect. I think it would have been good to shoot from a higher perspective than here, so you have a bit more of the real fork. I showed this to someone and I had to point out that the shadow was actually a shadow. If the real fork wasn't shot from the edge only, there would also be a complementary symmetry.
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12/14/2003 10:28:55 AM
Very cool shape. I love the gold shadow.
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12/13/2003 11:13:04 PM
Holy Fork!... uh, I mean, what a monstrous shadow!
I like your choice of composition, think I would have gone cooler on the colors, but that's just my first impression. One of my favorites this challenge, a very original and well-executed idea.
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12/13/2003 04:25:05 PM
Nice idea, although the shadow just doesn't look natural. Was it completely Photoshoped?

Edit after challenge: No it wasn't PSed. Good job Ursula. I'm going to have to try this myself now.

Message edited by author 2003-12-16 00:30:40.
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12/12/2003 09:12:14 AM
Love this shot. I've seen it before with a key and once with a fork also. I tried it myself also, but it didn't have the same effect as yours. Great job here. Good luck.
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12/10/2003 11:36:27 PM
I did something similar to this called "Unbent Shadow" in the Shadows II challenge. I like your variation. Very clever.
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12/09/2003 01:04:34 AM
Holy crap that is cool. Did you just "burn" the shadow image to get it like that? Great job. 8.
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12/08/2003 10:37:43 AM
That is definitely not a fork for peas!
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12/08/2003 10:27:49 AM
Great shadow. Different. Meets the challenge well.
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12/08/2003 05:21:38 AM
Yes!! This is exactly the kind of thing that I am thinking about when I think of "shapes". Great lighting and composition; wonderful execution of the concept of shapes. 10
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12/08/2003 01:36:59 AM
Great use of shadow, very imaginative, the lighting is great.
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