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The Return Of The Forsaken
The Return Of The Forsaken
Coley


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Abandoned (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Nikon D200
Lens: Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR II
Location: Ravenshoe Sdrd and Warden North of Toronto
Date: Nov 2, 2008
Aperture: f 5
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/240
Galleries: Emotive, Black and White
Date Uploaded: Nov 2, 2008

My new fav house
Thanks to my model for braving the cold in order to get this shot

Statistics
Place: 24 out of 148
Avg (all users): 6.1085
Avg (commenters): 7.5294
Avg (participants): 6.1636
Avg (non-participants): 6.0676
Views since voting: 2021
Views during voting: 272
Votes: 129
Comments: 21
Favorites: 3 (view)


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11/10/2008 05:14:27 PM
WOW .. your scene is brilliant .. love the dark presence ... (that cape sure comes in handy for your more sinister images .. !!..lol ..) .. love the black holes of the windows .. the house could almost be a portal into another world .. a scarey world .. (this world can be quite scarey too, but i wont go on about that .. !!) .. :)
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11/10/2008 09:49:15 AM
It is amazing that that grande old house is abandoned. It looks like it has such good bones, doesn't it. I love your hooded lurker too. That turns it into something extraordinary!
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/09/2008 09:50:40 AM
Whatever - just take your ribbon and be gone...10
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11/08/2008 10:20:06 PM
Haven't I seen this before? Great idea anyway. Not sure about the red highlights. I guess they kind of work.
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11/08/2008 09:32:04 AM
Coley? Is that you? LOL
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11/07/2008 07:37:23 PM
Spooky. I like the angle and mood of this shot.
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11/07/2008 04:37:01 PM
Great shot. The element of mystery, suggestion of horror even, is intriguing.9
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11/07/2008 11:42:26 AM
I'm thinking Coley... Sweet!
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11/07/2008 09:11:10 AM
I don't care much for the guy in the hood, but aside from that it is a great photo.
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11/06/2008 12:14:34 PM
I love this photo with out the forsaken. I think its a strong enough photo with out the forsaken. I like the angle.
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11/06/2008 09:47:07 AM
Like the idea and the post processing.
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11/05/2008 11:09:48 PM
The hooded figure is, imo, inconsequential. Crop the right third and you have an even greater image. Excellent tones and perspective.
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11/04/2008 10:41:55 PM
Very deep meaning to this shot by comparison to just the building, itself....although, that would have done quite nicely too.
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11/04/2008 09:14:20 PM
Nice one, Coley?
Way to rep the warden house:), i love how you connect your photos with dark characters.
Love the contrast, and sharp focus, and the story as well.
9
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11/04/2008 05:08:29 PM
Very freaky. Good use of b/w - 6
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11/03/2008 09:16:28 PM
Coley! Ha! Love the house. Looks familiar. Good Luck! No vote.
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11/03/2008 06:48:51 PM
Meets Challenge:2
Technical:2
Interestingness:2
Creativity:3
TOTAL: 9
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11/03/2008 02:15:28 PM
Coley? You rock!
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11/03/2008 11:45:15 AM
Great halloween shot. This would have been cool without the person also.
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11/03/2008 11:35:03 AM
Spooky & evocative! Really nicely done! 8
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11/03/2008 10:00:24 AM
I love the blank sky and the way the house seems huge against that blank canvas. B&W works great here. I suggest cloning out the wisp of hair coming from under the hood, it is distracting.
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