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The Dreamtime!
Judi


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Challenge: Into or Out Of the Frame (Basic Editing)
Collection: Challenges People
Camera: Canon EOS-5D Mark II
Lens: Canon EF 70-200mm f/4.0L USM
Location: Australia
Date: Oct 9, 2009
Aperture: 5.0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/200
Galleries: Portraiture, Children
Date Uploaded: Oct 13, 2009

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Statistics
Place: 23 out of 113
Avg (all users): 6.0000
Avg (commenters): 6.1818
Avg (participants): 5.7959
Avg (non-participants): 6.0599
Views since voting: 1295
Views during voting: 404
Votes: 216
Comments: 21
Favorites: 5 (view)


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10/22/2009 12:17:29 AM
That's really quite cool!!!
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10/21/2009 11:22:01 PM
Nicely done! 8 one's ?
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10/21/2009 10:22:03 PM
This is an awesome shot Judi. Well done
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10/21/2009 02:27:24 PM
Good lord, Judi, simply stunning. Who cares about a score, this is NatGeo worthy.
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10/21/2009 12:43:21 PM
I love this photo, perfect use of the narrow DOF. However, for reasons so eloquently described by bassbone, I only gave you a 7. Deal with it. lol
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10/21/2009 04:56:15 AM
This is a terrific image; far better than the three that won.
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10/21/2009 12:20:00 AM
This is brilliant Judi! Greatly under appreciated. This is so clearly into the frame I'm surprised by the DNMC comments. By the way, strikes me more as a nightmare than a dream, but I suppose that's my interpretation.
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10/21/2009 12:13:52 AM
Wow, this is excellent. Should have scored much higher.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
10/20/2009 05:21:40 AM
Come on you crazy Aussie woman! How the heck does this fit the challenge???????!!!!

1. The warrior here is completely on screen and centered as is the child warrior (good composition - so it doesn't meet requirements of the challenge).
2. Both of these are human (so although it meets the challenge description - if I read it incorrectly - and I choose to read it incorrectly like a lot of people on DPC - it doesn't meet challenge).
3. The warrior in back is coming into the scene from behind - not up, not down, not sideways, not upside down, not from above, not from below, not on a string, not on a kite, not with a pole vault, and not on a motorbike, and these are the only ways I could think of, so I must conclude definitively that he is not actually moving, even though I have already stated that he is moving...So it therefore DNMC!!!!!
4. The image is way to small at 640px. This shot should be at 800px!

So, therefore I must give you a 1....
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Hehe - that was fun as well! (Someone you know got a very similar comment)


Of course, I guessed who's shot this is (or rather figured that two shots with similar subjects and the landscape were likely taken by)...

This is actually an awesome shot - one of my favorites in the whole challenge - but I am really not voting on this challenge but figured I would give some comments to my favs..
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10/19/2009 03:30:25 AM
Well shot, good tones, colours, intrigue and unusual, not the typical beach and sunset shot :) Pity about the one annoying blade of grass over child's right eye.
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10/18/2009 09:52:23 AM
Sorry about first comment and the low first rate. I just misunderstood rules of the contest about having or not peoples in the frame...Anyway I will fix my mistake. Thanks for you understanding
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10/16/2009 09:24:48 AM
I like your take on this. My interpretation is the chap behind is coming into the frame from the background
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10/15/2009 11:35:25 PM
They don't seem to be moving into or out of the frame
10/15/2009 08:41:51 PM
good
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10/14/2009 06:48:47 PM
I like the guy in the background
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10/14/2009 05:33:45 PM
very crisp colorful image, I think this would win based on that, but I don't have a sense of the challenge objective
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10/14/2009 05:04:33 PM
Looks like a movie poster!
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10/14/2009 03:13:29 PM
i think this image is stunning, but it doesnt really fit the challenge criteria for me, sorry. 5.
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10/14/2009 05:53:22 AM
This is great! It meets the challenge as the boy is leaving the frame! 9 sorry took off 1 for the frame!
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10/14/2009 04:32:26 AM
I'm not quite so sure I would say this is into or out of the frame in the sense that the challenge stipulates, but I think this is an excellent image. Your choice of dof is great, and the look on the child's face along with the figure in the background are exceptional. I really enjoy the varied lighting on the high grasses as well- it really adds depth and interest to an otherwise monotone element. I didn't vote, but would've voted this highly.
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10/14/2009 12:40:28 AM
Looks menacing - like the guy in the back is sneaking in for the attack.
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