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The Wallet
The Wallet

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Challenge: Everyday Objects (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Kodak CX6230
Location: My living room floor. Fairfield, California
Date: Jul 26, 2004
Date Uploaded: Jul 26, 2004

I carry around this wallet a lot since it has all
my important cards.

Post production...I cropped out a cable line
just above the wallet. I sharpened slightly.

Place: 288 out of 363
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Views since voting: 798
Views during voting: 336
Votes: 271
Comments: 11
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
08/03/2004 02:10:06 PM
08/02/2004 08:26:53 PM
Neat photo, and idea...I wish it was centered just a bit better, but looks good. Can I borrow 10 bucks :)
08/02/2004 01:57:49 PM
I have the same flooring and the same wallet. Hey wait a minute! Is that mine? It looks like mine. Oh, sorry, my mistake. I have Canadian money in my wallet.
08/01/2004 11:31:28 AM
If you want to frame this with the black, I think it should be centered.
07/30/2004 07:37:44 AM
What's in your wallet?
07/28/2004 07:47:03 PM
Yes these is everyday objects. I think the composition is a bit to flat.
07/28/2004 05:21:20 PM
nice idea, but the execution could use a little polishing. the lighting is a little too strong; while you want detail in the wallet, you want to avoid hotspots. the black is a little too strong; this could be fixed by cropping to just outside the table edge. lastly, as the wallet is the subject, you could stand to get a little closer to it. the key is to keep working with it.
07/28/2004 08:33:36 AM
why the sides of frame are of different sizes.
07/28/2004 08:02:27 AM
I'm not sure I understand why the large frame, or why the image within it is off center. It's a bit distracting in thie configuration.
07/28/2004 12:44:25 AM
uh, you dropped your wallet.... the border really distracts me. I might like it more if the border wasn't there.
07/28/2004 12:08:53 AM
Missed blacking out some of the photo on the left edge. Offset framing is interesting but the photo is less so. B&W maybe?

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