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    Posted: 13 April 2014 at 20:56


A77 + 16-50 SSM. Thank you for looking.
 



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Jeroon - that is quite barmy. I love it! Is that you in the pic? (I'm a fan of slightly mad self portraits.)    I have a feeling that you placed each element with great care here.

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Glad you love it, Mikey.
That is my brother (he was helping me with the placement of a new floor).
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Love everything about this.
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A typical Jeroon shot. Love King Cruel is there too. Are the blue balls his toys? Anyway i like them being there, the colors fit well with your brother's shirt. The light from the window is also a strong ingrediŽnt here. TFS
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Thank you, Crickster and Michel.

@Michel: These blue balls are the toys of KC I, not II. But: both of them ignores these, probably too cheap.
 



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I too love this shot. It looks 'cooked' but in a good way- the light in the middle, the eyes of your brother, and that fantastic little black Evil you have =)

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Ha ha ha brilliant
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A Jeroon shot! You should start a small gallery with your work. You have an eye for artistic shots, and we enjoy them very much. TFS
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This is excellent. I love the balls, the face and the light through the window, especially, but a great feeling just to see it, even before we start to think.

Out of interest, did you not want to go a bit wider or you couldn't?
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Rickztahone, Maewpa, Kilkry, Nivek: Your comments make me quite happy, too. Thanks.


Originally posted by maewpa maewpa wrote:

This is excellent. I love the balls, the face and the light through the window, especially, but a great feeling just to see it, even before we start to think.

Out of interest, did you not want to go a bit wider or you couldn't?


I like it this way, like you do. 16mm is wide enough. Going wider would mean to much distortion and some unwanted distractions.
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