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Election Year Cheer
Election Year Cheer
garrywhite2


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Challenge: Parallel Lines (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Canon EOS-300D Rebel
Location: My house
Date: Mar 13, 2004
Aperture: 3.5
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/320
Date Uploaded: Mar 13, 2004

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Statistics
Place: 50 out of 325
Avg (all users): 5.8351
Avg (commenters): 6.8125
Avg (participants): 5.8533
Avg (non-participants): 5.8148
Views since voting: 1020
Votes: 285
Comments: 21
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03/23/2004 04:46:52 PM
very neat and patriotic. Just my guess, but judging from the subjest I would guess this is John Setzler, as it looks like a cross between Two-tone tonic and Liberty and Justice. Realy a nice photo!
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03/23/2004 03:53:42 PM
An old idea but very well done and fits the challenge too.
pity you can't clone out the specs.
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03/23/2004 01:06:39 PM
very ironic indeed...
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03/23/2004 07:43:23 AM
AWSOME photo ;) very creative...
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03/23/2004 06:46:02 AM
This is clever and well-taken.I see that the glasses have to be filled with water, because at the very top, the effect ceases. I think this is exceptional.
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03/23/2004 04:13:38 AM
Should we get drunk and dance?
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03/21/2004 07:44:25 PM
Unique in this challenge. The juxtaposition of the parallel lines of color and the curves of the glasses is neat.
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03/21/2004 08:01:01 AM
well done
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03/20/2004 10:16:33 AM
It fits the challenge. But you know that people are going to compare this negatively with the other famous ones on DPC. Negatively? Because of the red tint on the white surface, the unwanted reflections and the choice of a small dof, which was essential in sharpening all of the lines. 6
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03/19/2004 04:19:34 PM
Okay....hasn't this been used one too many times now? Despite that, it still looks good though.
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03/19/2004 08:32:52 AM
This looks like the election is for France (the French Flag)...Having just the stripes from the American flag would have been much more appropriate.
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03/18/2004 10:10:54 PM
nice picture
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03/17/2004 04:57:21 PM
This is just my opinion but it's one thing to take inspiration from past entries to learn techniques whilst still adding one's own twist and it's quite another to do such a similar copy of someone else's ideas. Nicely done but just doesn't bring anything of your own to the shot for me.
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03/17/2004 03:46:18 PM
Nicely done.
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03/17/2004 12:20:52 PM
Cool... nice job setting this one p. I'd like to see it in black and white...
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03/17/2004 09:36:28 AM
Very creative..!
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03/17/2004 08:30:01 AM
Nicely done. A bit cliche, but nicely done.
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03/17/2004 08:24:42 AM
Parallel lines: Yes. Original: No. In focus, good technical shot: Yes. Interesting colour: Yes. This shot has been done pretty much exactly before but with different colours. There should be something in it that makes it different than the one shot before
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03/17/2004 07:42:15 AM
nice idea. couple of points though, glasses arent completely full, also left red vertical line doesnt line up with the line in the glass, unluck the right glass, 6
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03/17/2004 04:29:39 AM
This exact idea has been submitted before, more than once.
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03/17/2004 02:04:12 AM
Nice take on jmseltzer's technique. I loved his original photo and I love this one... beautiful! nice work!
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