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Thread: #51 - Household Items

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    Jon, it's such an honor to be the best entry so far...thanks for the support. Had a few minutes to mess around this afternoon with some books and a few flashes, so here's image #2 in the best so far series....a little light reading (pun intended).


    Light Reading by B_R_T, on Flickr

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    Bgood.

    I often wonder if you are a photographer or an artist, or does it matter? One thing is clear, that's your talent.

    Just don't stop posting.
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    Agreed 3x. Really well done.

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    Bgood.

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    Just don't stop posting.
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  4. #14
    Thanks guys. I am constantly in awe of the art works / photography that is posted to these assignments. I really appreciate even being considered on par with so many of those shots. Thanks again for everyone's kind words. I am not sure if I will have much more time to play with this topic in the coming weeks (even though this one really intrigues me). So, here's one more from the smoke shoot I did a few months ago. Again, it's a compilation, using Photoshop, of a couple of the smoke shots.


    Of Smoke and Roses Composite by B_R_T, on Flickr

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    It's not easy to make household items look interesting. Brian has done a good job with his books. Here's my entry:


    Household Chores by Andrew Stringer, on Flickr

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    I might find some time to shoot new shot(s) before the end of the entry period, in the mean time I'll start with this one, from the archives:

    "Celebrate!"


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    Let's try another one.


    Knife Under Running Water by Andrew Stringer, on Flickr

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    Neuro - love the cork shot. The context around it is perfectly framed. Andy, I can't quit looking at the knife shot. Great work.
    Last edited by bgood; 06-09-2013 at 06:24 AM.

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    Re: #51 - Household Items

    Americo would be proud neuro
    Words get in the way of what I meant to say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andnowimbroke View Post
    Americo would be proud neuro
    LOL... I was thinking the same thing
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