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Aug 28, 2015 04:43 |  #17

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a triptych - time sequence
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What a nice story here, Well done stetzam, i love it !

Over all you have plenty of very nice ideas, like the one with the same building but a different sky or the extended car, just for example.
I will follow your thread more often ;)
Thanks a lot for sharing :-)


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That's very kind, thank you very much!


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Really like the ideas in the joiners.
A sort of cubist time bending...


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Simple Pleasures . . .

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This was an experimental piece that my eldest son posed for after arriving home from work. He's a pipefitter. It turned out pretty much how I envisioned, though perhaps I should have use a bit of fill flash.

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The shot!

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More seriously, i like this triptych (especially the choice of the colours which give the "green light" to the "Alarm" light)
well done :)


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Feb 11, 2016 01:59 as a reply to Reservoir Dog's post |  #29

Actually I have sharp reflexes so moved the camera out the way and caught the bullet in my teeth. There's something they don't teach you on Kelby.com.

Glad you liked the triptych :)




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Feb 12, 2016 17:08 |  #30

Love that idea, but there was something that just didn't sit right with me when I looked at it. It was really weird, as I didn't know what it was, but it had me the instant I looked at the image. So I looked closer and it looks like the "ejected" case is in fact a live round, and that it is "ejecting" from the wrong side of the pistol. Every semi-auto pistol I have ever seen or fired either ejects straight up, or to the right hand side of the shooter.

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