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Post #1, Nov 12, 2007 16:10:26


"The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing. - Albert Einstein" - yes, but why?
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Having sat here like an idiot for 30 seconds waiting for the picture to load, I realized it was a link!

Nice shirtscape there. Looks like a lovely place to live :-D

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thx to mike, i just waited 5 sec :p
Ur subject is kinda boring for for, i don't know why ;)

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St-Craft wrote in post #4303589external link
Ur subject is kinda boring for for, i don't know why ;)

You could be right there. In that case You Simonius, may we suggest a pair of underpants to jazz things up a bit, or a lone sock to create that atmosphere of mystery and uncertainty?

Mike

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*confused* ..........is that what you were going for? lol

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Mike-DT6 wrote in post #4303199external link
Having sat here like an idiot for 30 seconds waiting for the picture to load, I realized it was a link!

Nice shirtscape there. Looks like a lovely place to live :-D

Mike

ahh sorry - I have given it an underline now;)

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St-Craft wrote in post #4303589external link
thx to mike, i just waited 5 sec :p
Ur subject is kinda boring for for, i don't know why ;)

did you , like, watch it to the end?

A prize of r any one who does!;)

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Mike-DT6 wrote in post #4305652external link
You could be right there. In that case You Simonius, may we suggest a pair of underpants to jazz things up a bit, or a lone sock to create that atmosphere of mystery and uncertainty?

Mike

:-D

A lone sock, certainly , any colour requests?:lol:

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Hmm, well, I reckon a red one would do the most damage. They always render whites a lovely poofter-ish pink. A red one please!

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Hmm, well, I reckon a red one would do the most damage. They always render whites a lovely poofter-ish pink. A red one please!

Mike

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I'll see what I can do for episode 2:D

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You could try some sporty panning shots of some knickers going round at 300rpm on spin cycle.

Actually there's a challenge for you. I challenge you to freeze an item of clothing in a rotational panning shot on spin cycle :-D

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Mike-DT6 wrote in post #4312922external link
You could try some sporty panning shots of some knickers going round at 300rpm on spin cycle.

Actually there's a challenge for you. I challenge you to freeze an item of clothing in a rotational panning shot on spin cycle :-D

300rpm? Pah!
I've got a 1400rpm spin available!:p


Your challenge presensta challenge... I would have to position myself ina machine machine directly opposite the one I was shooting, and somehow goet it to spin in te opposoite direction so the two spins were synchronised, in order to 'freeze' a spinning shot, but how to do it whoiclt imultaeniously panning.. that be the question!;)

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1400rpm eh? Don't make me raise the challenge stakes!

As much as I'd like to encourage you into a second washing machine to take your panning shot there is a simple alternative:

Sit cross-legged on the floor in front of the washing machine, then follow the knickers at high speed, panning round and round in an equally high speed circular motion - an action not dissimilar to that of a cat being tormented by a torch beam.

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Mike-DT6 wrote in post #4313172external link
1400rpm eh? Don't make me raise the challenge stakes!

As much as I'd like to encourage you into a second washing machine to take your panning shot there is a simple alternative:

Sit cross-legged on the floor in front of the washing machine, then follow the knickers at high speed, panning round and round in an equally high speed circular motion - an action not dissimilar to that of a cat being tormented by a torch beam.

Mike

:-D

I see, I see , yes, interesting...
(strokes beard with one eyebrow raised in an interested, quizzical, yet crazily determined expression);)
300 rpm you say....

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I know the feeling. I've influenced myself too and now have the desire to attempt the challenge myself. :-D Seriously considering posting a challenge thread in the Competitions section.

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