Photography Competition: Results!

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by christofurr, Aug 7, 2007.

  1. Photography Competition: Voting!

  2. Photography Competition: Voting!

    I vote SeansVette out of this thread.

  3. Photography Competition: Voting!

    And the results!

    1st place - Photo 11 taken by Veyronman.
    2nd place - photo 1 taken by The Milky Man.
    3rd place - photo 14 taken by myself.

    Comment away!

    Edit - Reverse order. God damned
  4. Photography Competition: Voting!

    Hooray! Does that mean I host the next one?
  5. By all means if you're up for it.
  6. I'm not disappointed in my entry. I took it with my Nokia 6265i's camera phone.
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  8. i post here all day every day, so i think it'll be ok
  9. Ha ha ha I was thinking WTF THAT IS UR PIX
  10. damn, I lost... I was #9.
  11. Colour? What's colour?
  12. veyrons pic is awesome, but i dont think "around the house" when i see it.

    kudos though
  13. I was pretty leaniant with what I'd consider an entry. It just had to be taken within the confines of your property for it to be valid. I just wanted people to use their imagination to use what they had for something creative.

    I was going to enter this, but I #$%#ed up the development (trying a new process for negatives I didn't want ruined was stupid <A BORDER="0" HREF=""><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/angry.gif"></A>). The patchy background probably looks better than plain white though. Although everything was from around my house, I was still unsure.
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  15. Sweet pic Veyronman
  16. I think your 14 was the best, you didnt have to feel guilty by making it #1 <A BORDER="0" HREF=""><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>
  17. Cheers, but I was pretty unhappy with it. The lighting I used was way too harsh and I developed by trying out a new way which made it way too contrasty which didn't help either.

    Although it was the first time I've ever found out just how much detail I can obtain. 100% crop @ 3,200dpi:
  18. Chris, that was yours? I loved it!

    That harsh 40c light bulb lighting just added unexpected flare to what is easily the best composition here. Perfectly framed, arranged and cropped. +1
  19. i like how youve got that grainy look to it.
  20. lul
  21. Would you say it's pretty close to the grain in film?
  22. Cheers dude, but it is way too contrasty for my liking. I'm gonna reshoot it sometime soon to get a better outcome. Needs more light from the top to define the handle of the brush more too. But I was happy with the composition.

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