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Challenge: Pieces of the Human Form (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Canon EOS-40D
Lens: Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM Macro
Location: Ratingen, Germany, my home
Date: Jan 30, 2010
Aperture: 11.0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/200
Galleries: Black and White, Nude
Date Uploaded: Jan 31, 2010

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Statistics
Place: 6 out of 109
Avg (all users): 6.6885
Avg (commenters): 7.1429
Avg (participants): 6.2679
Avg (non-participants): 6.8740
Views since voting: 7139
Views during voting: 479
Votes: 183
Comments: 10
Favorites: 10 (view)


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02/08/2010 09:18:17 AM
beautiful lighting and composition
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02/08/2010 02:32:12 AM
hehe you beat out the other similar image, and although i still stand by my technical evaluations it just goes to show how subjective art is... or it could mean that its time for me to check my monitor :-) congrats on the top 10!
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
02/07/2010 09:17:29 PM
Beautiful.
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02/04/2010 05:56:14 PM
great lighting- top 10
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02/02/2010 04:09:36 AM
Love the lighting.
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02/01/2010 03:58:39 PM
Great details and sharpness. Like the play of light and shadows.
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02/01/2010 03:34:28 PM
Nice lighting.
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02/01/2010 05:33:50 AM
The lighting on this is amazing. Very well done.
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02/01/2010 04:30:23 AM
excellent form and light. Very attractive backside! :-)
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02/01/2010 12:16:56 AM
very similar to another image in this challenge called skindeep... that one imo is much better executed for a number of reasons - the composition is better (uses rule of thirds very effectively, and puts the negative space to work), tones are better (uses a straight forward b/w rather than a semi sepia look), lighting is better (note the harshness of the light in yours on the forearm, the flow and leading lines are also better. Hopefully you can get a chance to take a look at that one and compare them and hopefully use it as a learning experience.
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