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 Post subject: New Rifle
PostPosted: Tue Mar 03, 2009 8:47 pm 
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beautiful photos, great light.
Excellent weapon as well 8)

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Jim Hawksworth wrote:
beautiful photos, great light.
Excellent weapon as well 8)


thank you very much! your comment is appreciated greatly!

fyi.

it's shot with a snoot and sb600.

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Not into guns, but the tones you've captured are very nice, really like those greys. I would have gone for a bigger DOF in the last shot though.

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You certainly get some nice drama in your shots Palakaboy, I really like the first two especially.

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Mark-A wrote:
You certainly get some nice drama in your shots Palakaboy, I really like the first two especially.


thank you!

it appears i got what i was going for...

i'll post an updated version of the last shot tonight.

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