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 This image was disqualified from the It's All About Position challenge.
Brushing Up
Brushing Up

Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: It's All About Position (Advanced Editing VII*)
Camera: Casio Exilim Pro EX-P600
Location: home studio
Date: Jul 21, 2009
Date Uploaded: Jul 21, 2009

I saw that there were only 20 submissions to this contest so I though I'd throw something in. Setup a makeshift studio: bucket of water, office lights, tripod, stool, rocks.

This was done with the Casio Exilim coupling mode (shoots one side and then the other and combines it into one exposure in camera). Shot the toothbrush flailing in the water, and then a rock dropping in for the splash.

I'm leaving on Thursday to go hiking, so I won't get to see how this one ends up until a week later!


Disqualification Details
You must create your entry from a single capture. Multiple captures are only permitted for increasing dynamic range.

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12/01/2009 09:39:53 AM
Originally posted by Zoomdak:

I don't believe this actually should have been disqualified. It was done in camera. Or is multi-exposure in-camera now off limits too?

Sorry about your DQ. Yeah, Multi Exposures in camera have been off limits even in advanced for quite a while. Apparently the feeling was to keep everyone on an even playing field since not all cams have the capability. I always wanted to try to do one on my Nikon D200 and never bothered because of the rule change.
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10/14/2009 12:47:05 PM
I don't believe this actually should have been disqualified. It was done in camera. Or is multi-exposure in-camera now off limits too?
 Comments Made During the Challenge
07/28/2009 05:19:50 PM
Good concept. I do see blurring around the bristles. Color contrasts make it appealing to the eye.
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07/28/2009 08:02:08 AM
Nice symmetry and colour
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07/27/2009 05:28:01 PM
a little too blurry on the brush head for my taste maybe a little more light would have helped to increase the shutter speed. interesting Idea thou but just missed in my opinion.
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07/27/2009 02:35:50 AM
Great shot very clever.
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07/22/2009 06:11:04 AM
07/22/2009 05:18:38 AM
i like this - just the bristles being a bit blurry that distracts my eye. but like the concept
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