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#139 Portrait Orientation Outtakes
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  [1 of 27]  Posted: Fri Mar 7, 2014, 02:42 (2556 days ago)
Modified by Admin: Fri Mar 7, 2014, 13:18 (2555 days ago)

Now the voting is underway. Share the outtakes - the pictures that nearly made it as a challenge entry, but wait until the voting is over, lest your outtake may reveal your entry!

Old Finn

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  [2 of 27]  Posted: Sun Mar 9, 2014, 13:01 (2553 days ago)

Here are my outtakes:




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  [3 of 27]  Posted: Mon Mar 10, 2014, 22:03 (2552 days ago)

Some Outtakes, the first is one I took in landscape, similar to my Open entry. The other 2 are on the same day as my Main entry.




Jade O.

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  [4 of 27]  Posted: Mon Mar 10, 2014, 22:50 (2552 days ago)
Modified: Mon Mar 10, 2014, 23:00 (2552 days ago)

Old Finn I prefer both your outtakes.

johncomyn I prefer both your entries.

Here is a fuller frame dog and untouched original plate with fruit.




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  [5 of 27]  Posted: Mon Mar 10, 2014, 23:55 (2552 days ago)

Here is the original pier shot (Open challenge):


I struggled to choose the final entry... other contenders who didn't make the cut:




Old Finn

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  [6 of 27]  Posted: Tue Mar 11, 2014, 03:54 (2552 days ago)

I was asked to show the colored version of Liisa. Here it is:



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  [7 of 27]  Posted: Tue Mar 11, 2014, 08:40 (2551 days ago)

I missed the deadline but here's what I would have entered if I had it together.


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  [8 of 27]  Posted: Tue Mar 11, 2014, 10:10 (2551 days ago)

Old F: I prefer the outakes, suppose it's because I feel they convey more of a short story to me if you know what I mean.
RolandB: I prefer the less processed shot of the pier, though something to add more drama to it, just not so much, would be nice too. But... a B&W of those Lodgepole pines (I am a US midwesterner; so, if I got the tree type wrong...well forgive me, I know Oaks and Maples, etc.) might have been my first choice of your selections. They are both great shots.
OF: a little work with the light (and from many of your past entries, your a master at that), I think I prefer your still life without the distortion. Like your submitted dog better.
john: I prefer your submitted shots better than the outakes. I just might have cloned that house out... obviously just my personal preference; no "right answer". You have presented many inspiring landscapes here. A pleasure to view.


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  [9 of 27]  Posted: Tue Mar 11, 2014, 14:25 (2551 days ago)
Modified: Tue Mar 11, 2014, 14:26 (2551 days ago)

Thanks to Eliot for the following information on my main entry - I thought others might be interested in the link he gave me.

"I was trying to find the technical term for the type of projection you presented. the camera lens and eye see things in a perspective where parallel lines meet at a vanishing point. by straightening your vertical perspective, you've taken away the vanishing point of the vertical lines. so technically it become a two point perspective projection. (this would go totally unnoticed by any sane person but it was like a conundrum for me to find what intrigued me about your photo.) if you had a vantage point from a mile away and a good telephoto lens, you could have got this effect without pp. here is a quick link that shows what i mean."


Re: the outtakes - Old Finn, I prefer your outtakes to your entry, and I also prefer the coloured version of your photo. Johncomyn - you have chosen wisely - I loved both of your entries. Jade, I still prefer the funky warped version of the fruit. I like the larger version of the Golden better in some ways, but feel it's now too crowded at the top, and too narrow at the bottom -(no pleasing some women!....) RolandB I still prefer your entry to any of the outtakes, though the stand of trees is really beautiful. Kemosabe - sorry you couldn't enter - hope we'll see you int he next challenge.

Bernie, I'll post the original you asked for as soon as I can access my files.


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  [10 of 27]  Posted: Tue Mar 11, 2014, 15:32 (2551 days ago)

Here is the color version of my Open entry. I didn't think it emphasized the stepping stones enough and it seemed a bit too ordinary and boring.


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