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Temptation and Redemption Part 2
 
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Photographer  Carol Cefalu {Karma:8388}
Project #43 Unusual Vision Camera Model Nikon D100
Categories Photoart
Portrait
People
Film Format
Portfolio Digital Art
Lens Nikon  18-70mm f/3.5-4.5G IF-ED AF-S DX
Uploaded 4/25/2005 Film / Memory Type Lexar  1GB
    ISO / Film Speed 16
Views 521 Shutter 1/60
Favorites Aperture f/8.0
Critiques 14 Rating Critique Only Image
Location City - 
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Country - United States   United States
About When I uploaded this it seemed to go out of perspective vertically...
Thanks For any suggestions or comments!
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SAM    {K:1503} 10/10/2005
Very interesting, well done.
SAM

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a. M. a. M.   {K:9020} 9/11/2005
very creative shot..i like what you did here. very original.great colors and contrast. well done.

-Ant

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 4/29/2005
I love all of this series. Keep them coming in.

Judi

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In Transit In Transit   {K:29432} 4/26/2005
What a work... hats off, with a bowed head

Jeff F has effectively followed the prior suggestion... IMO a singleton works far better

never the less... you are to be commended

Bravo

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A Brito   {K:10699} 4/26/2005
lovely composion

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Zeev Scharf   {K:25603} 4/26/2005
Excellent collage Carol,very goon interpetration of the title
great work
Many thanks for commenting "Fishing pond IR"
Best regards

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Jeff Fiore   {K:11277} 4/26/2005
Carol,

Love this! Good and evil, heaven and hell, ego and id, Jeykll and Hyde, bipolar, schizophrenia, religious dogma - one can read so much and interpret this in so may ways!

The frame does not bother me but I agree with Yulia - I think what she was talking about was a transition from the top photo to the bottom as one image - much like a gradient - combining the two images into one. See attached - done quickly but it gets the suggestion across.

Jeff

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Daniel Stratton   {K:2144} 4/26/2005
Very strong idea and execution. I agree with Yulia, though it might be a difficult thing to achieve. I don't think you'd need a model in the earth part though. I'd probably use a transparency gradient to bleed between, though I don't know how well Photoshop can do those.

But a strong lovely idea, well executed as is!

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Carol Cefalu   {K:8388} 4/25/2005
Yulia, I tried that with the earth between but because I had to much going on in the picture I had to take the earth out, it was just to much..Ill repost my earlier attempts later today..
Thanks for commenting...

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Yulia Gurtin   {K:115} 4/25/2005
Carol,
I am really like this composition.
But I am not sure about a framing each composition separately. I think it should be as a one whole image with smooth transaction for Haven to hell.

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Paul Lara Paul Lara   {K:88111} 4/25/2005
what great mythology composited with you playing both good and evil (which is how I see people anyway).

Fantastic job!!

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Carol Cefalu   {K:8388} 4/25/2005
Christina,
Do not worry i am so happy to have your opinion!

Thank You so much..I'll try with different frames and maybe post a few more versions later..
Thanks Again for taking the time to comment!

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Cristina D Cristina D   {K:8080} 4/25/2005
ur portofolio is amazing;I like ur style very much.
By the way in my humble opinion these 2 photos look better separated;but if u still want to show the diff. between Heaven and hell u can change the frame.Pls no ofense as I`ve said it`s only my opinion.

Regards,

Cris

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can dagci   {K:43} 4/25/2005
Dear Carol,
I liked your composition.
Congratulations!
Can

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