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Sony Forums Challenges | all galleries >> Challenge 131: Two or Three (hosted by MFC) >> Challenge 131: Eligible > edit image
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17-NOV-2006 Jeffrey Lewis Knapp

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by Jeffrey Lewis Knapp

two high two wide two long two deep :o)

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Sony Mavica FD-100 ,Sony Optical 3x / Digital Zoom 6x
1/80s f/3.9 at 15.7mm iso100 with Flash full exif

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Guest 30-Nov-2006 21:08
I've never seen/eaten a snack pack but I know from the jingle that if it weren't for them a kid would starve, apparently. This is almost anti-art. It's like you're challenging the viewer by deliberately showing an everyday item in an uncomplimentary setting / focus. The complete opposite of what advertising and graphics houses push out 24/7. Reminds me of an art movement that was a backlash against the perfection of previous eras.
Helen Betts29-Nov-2006 01:26
Good subject for the Warhol version! Both images demonstrate what you can do with a very ordinary object.
Sony Forums Challenges28-Nov-2006 18:17
Very cool what you did with this snack pack, photocat37...definitely something to consider trying with some of our everyday, ordinary objects. MFC
photocat37 28-Nov-2006 13:57
I took your original photo and made it a little more artsy. My little homage to Andy Warhol. It's just one of the many possibilities there are to make a picture of an everyday object a bit more interesting. I hope you don't mind my version. It's located in the Demo folder.
Sony Forums Challenges23-Nov-2006 12:39
Jeff, although I can see three cups, I like how all the cups are arranged in multiples of two as you describe. Lemon sounds tasty :) MFC

(*) Similar to my comment on your other photo.