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Discussion in 'Image Quest' started by ivoire, Aug 25, 2013.
lion by 2Deye, on Flickr
Day 25 – Up in the air
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Up in the air.
Negative and only 8 images behind.
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Day 25 - Shooting Blind
I made a shot of blinds inspired by "shooting blind" (quote: "Going through tunnels of black, velvety ink-like shadows,the light comes toward us from behind.It could be dim, or very bright. It emerges in small patches and coalesces").
PS: Don't tell Luke but I shot this on the 20th.
In fact, I've made all my shots for the month although I am not sure about the take-my-breath-away-theme (don't know if I should insert :smile: or :sad010: )
^ Cracking shot
Sshh! I have one shot I'm holding back on till the last day but on all the rest remaining I'm stumbling
Thanks. You make me very, very curious to your last day shot!!
Don't hold your breath
Or maybe with one eye open!
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Camera Roll-3194 by BBW: BB Wylie Walden, on Flickr
Takes Your Breath Away
hey wait a second....I'm 44 (!)
well at least you passed 27
We have no warranty, or age guarantee.
too true... only an unknown expiration date
Day 25: Shooting blind.
Stranger through the McBars...
I estimated the distance to the gentleman, put the camera in manual focus, focused on a chair in front of me, turned the camera around...fully blind, no LCD no finder...no focus....
I couldn't have done better if I tried.
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That, is classic!
Seriously, the level of the camera was dead perfect...the framing...I was amazed. I couldn't have done this if I'd have looked through the viewfinder! (as my conventional shots prove)
Our cat Oscar is kind of a grouch. Sometimes he bites me for no good reason. He occasionally attacks our other cat without being provoked. In general, my feelings towards him are pretty negative, so this one wasn't much of a stretch. He's slowly getting better, though. And we love him anyways...he's our little problem child.
P8190016 by Lukinosity, on Flickr