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The Outside World
The Outside World
Jewlya


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Challenge: Hidden Gem -- 1,000th Challenge! (Advanced Editing VII*)
Camera: Canon PowerShot S5 IS
Location: Jaipur, India
Date: Dec 9, 2009
Aperture: 5.6
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/125
Galleries: Urban, Architecture
Date Uploaded: Mar 8, 2009

Only adjustments were contrast, unsharp mask, levels, and color balance.

Statistics
Place: 705 out of 1129
Avg (all users): 5.3587
Avg (commenters): 6.4648
Avg (participants): 5.3905
Avg (non-participants): 5.1899
Views since voting: 661
Views during voting: 661
Votes: 499
Comments: 73
Favorites: 2 (view)


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/17/2009 10:29:58 PM
a story in each window! fantastic! : )
03/17/2009 10:10:24 PM
nice how you have captured different subjects in many of their frames. well done.
03/17/2009 09:13:03 PM
Excellent portrayal. Very well done! 8
03/17/2009 05:19:44 PM
Looool. a good one
03/17/2009 05:18:07 PM
Interesting effect, people have thier own mini frames
03/17/2009 02:12:32 PM
Cool perspective... i like the one guy that seems to be pushing his cart... looks like he has a lot of work to do.
03/17/2009 01:36:37 PM
Interesting framing, I think it worked out well because it seems like every biker is framed by one of the shapes!
03/17/2009 11:10:47 AM
I love the hustle and bustle of the street scene through this honeycomb
03/17/2009 10:19:50 AM
It is interesting how you have gt so many different vehicles in each honey-grove. Very nice!
03/17/2009 10:04:22 AM
a window on the world...
03/16/2009 07:49:35 PM
Great capture! A lucky one off, or hours of patient waiting?
03/16/2009 12:53:15 PM
ok I see why did you take it from behind but it could be as good as it is even from the front of the window and maybe even better ... just four from me sorry (coz it leaned too)

good luck though and take care,
brano
03/16/2009 12:42:38 PM
I think this is a very nice photo, but I would like to see some more colors. As it is now they sort of blend into each other. If possible try an overlay effect in photoshop, many have that program these days, or something similar with another program. This could be a very very good photo.
03/16/2009 04:06:47 AM
great concept
03/15/2009 11:26:19 PM
This is great. I love it. Each hexagon is a portal to a different story.
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03/15/2009 10:27:46 PM
I am loving all the bikes. :)
03/15/2009 08:26:23 PM
i would play with curves/contrast to make the people pop out a little more
03/15/2009 04:03:51 PM
interesting way to see an image
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03/15/2009 03:50:43 PM
Very interesting image with the bustle outside compartmentalized individually in windows created by the honey comb like structure in front. 7
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03/15/2009 12:41:13 PM
Cool perspective. I like the bikes we are seeing out the window.
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03/15/2009 11:45:52 AM
great how you caught so many different images in the separate windoes, this is really cool and intersting
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03/15/2009 10:46:51 AM
I almost passed this great image by. It was only as the screen refreshed that I caught the magic of the scene captured through the individual hexagonal shapes, so I came back to re-appraise. I might have cropped off the top 1/3 to keep the emphasise on the action below. Just a thought. I hope the voters don't make the same mistake I did. Well done and good luck for the rest of the challenge.
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03/15/2009 10:36:12 AM
cool idea! I love all the individual stories of motion.
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03/15/2009 09:39:43 AM
love the fact that every frame there has a diffrent story... Hope the voters will take there time to see this. 7
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03/15/2009 02:13:49 AM
Great idea, Low depth of feel in my opinion
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03/15/2009 12:39:55 AM
Lovely seeing the hustle and bustle of the street outside. I may have boosted the saturation a little to make it really pop, but nevertheless, still a high score from me
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03/14/2009 11:42:26 PM
Great DOF; interesting composition
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03/14/2009 10:36:33 PM
excellent idea to use the lattice as little frames
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03/14/2009 10:23:04 PM
Very nice use of the openings as frames. The old building across the street looks very interesting.
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03/14/2009 08:41:09 PM
Excellent use of framing.
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03/14/2009 08:39:36 PM
Interpretation of Topic: Creative Idea
Photography: Good Job.
Viewers Reaction: Very Interesting.
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03/14/2009 07:44:42 PM
Interesting perspective and great clarity. Well shot.
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03/14/2009 05:41:42 PM
great D.O.F.
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03/14/2009 05:32:04 PM
That's pretty interesting, it's like a different story through each hole.
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03/14/2009 05:18:01 PM
Intersting that each hexagon seems to have a different activity taking place.
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03/14/2009 02:41:42 PM
I love how the man pushing the cart is centered in the grid frame.
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03/14/2009 09:11:27 AM
Love the framing effect in this
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03/14/2009 08:07:36 AM
You couldn't really have asked for better positioning of all the vehicles! I wonder how long you had to wait. I like the way this grill gives order to an otherwise busy and probably chaotic road.
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03/14/2009 07:26:57 AM
I wonder how long it took for the scene outside to unfold so that the various elements were all in the right place. A photograph to explore.
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03/14/2009 02:35:13 AM
I like the unique way the openings divide this up into smaller mini-scenes. The individuals all seem to fall into place as if planned.
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03/14/2009 02:23:03 AM
This is terrific! Like a dozen or so little movies all running at once. Like an electronics retail store with every television set tuned to a different channel. It's not just a striking idea ... it's also a very clever one, as it makes a point about how everyone in this obviously busy city is also in his own little world. Together and separate. Nice. 8.
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03/14/2009 12:30:46 AM
interesting perspective with good DOF, 6
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03/13/2009 09:21:26 PM
You know, the way each opening captures its own little story is really interesting. I hope this does well in the voting.
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03/13/2009 05:03:53 PM
Keep this up and I'll throw a "hex" on you. LOL Very nice street scene, with the compartmentalization. Congrats.
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03/13/2009 03:24:30 PM
I would consider cropping off the top third, just above the signs of each of the store fronts. That would direct your attention more to the people, the real interest in my opinion. Still cool angle.
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03/13/2009 02:00:19 PM
Not really feeling the composition. The title eludes to something greater...
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03/13/2009 01:17:33 PM
Interesting, but kind of OOF.
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03/13/2009 09:20:22 AM
All the openings are like little frames of separate images.. nice!
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03/13/2009 09:04:57 AM
Nice capture! Every hole seems to have his own story.
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03/13/2009 08:17:36 AM
the patterned window is cool
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03/13/2009 07:54:30 AM
NIce detail and great perspective and candid. Lots of interest.
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03/12/2009 09:59:01 PM
Hey! Jaipur! Loved this city!
03/12/2009 09:02:14 PM
great idea, with lots going on.
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03/12/2009 08:22:43 PM
I like the way everyone looks to be in their own little world/space nicely captured.
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03/12/2009 06:15:15 PM
Neat shot. This was very well framed.
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03/12/2009 04:59:10 PM
Creative shot and interesting perspective.
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03/12/2009 04:23:52 PM
This is one of those shots that makes you think. Great inage, perfect timing to frame subjects in each hole. 9
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03/12/2009 03:59:58 PM
interesting image, i think colors could be a little more saturated, but good idea and well executed.
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03/12/2009 03:54:47 PM
all those little frames work really well - great stuff
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03/12/2009 03:48:09 PM
Wonderful stories in each panel.
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03/12/2009 01:46:40 PM
nice idea!
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03/12/2009 10:08:27 AM
an interesting viewpoint for sure... I don't know what to comment about--I guess there isn't necessarily anything in the shot that grabs me.. maybe if it were taken at a time of day when the lighting was more dramatic, or maybe b&W treatment (I just tried it in Photoshop black and white w/ a bit more contrast--see what you think...)
03/12/2009 09:37:37 AM
Lots to take in with this photo. Nice shot :)
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03/12/2009 09:23:10 AM
I'm surprised how many people are framed by the honeycomb.
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03/12/2009 07:43:03 AM
Very nice! Wondering what it would look like as a panoramic with top half cut... But Cool and great for seeing this!
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03/12/2009 04:29:05 AM
nice pov
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03/12/2009 12:05:54 AM
Nice framing. Each little window frame holds it's own story.
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03/11/2009 09:00:28 PM
I'd imagine you could spend many an hour photographing this spot just to see how many little stories you can capture in each of those hexagons.
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03/11/2009 07:36:18 PM
Perfect DOF.
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03/11/2009 06:14:00 PM
Interesting shot, nice POV.
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03/11/2009 08:26:40 AM
I'm guessing that the odd coincidence of each of the frames being filled so nicely made this image an obvious choice for you. This is a real eye teaser.
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03/11/2009 01:29:52 AM
That is just great. Lots of individual little pictures within an intriguing whole.
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03/11/2009 01:21:39 AM
a different perspective on the world, interesting view
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