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Shadows of 3 people creeping up on the family of 3 sitting on the sidewalk.
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Wonderful work Adrian. Unique, interesting and well composed. I did a similar three shadows shot of my family at a lake we stopped at on the Island and called it my family portrait. LOL. It was the only way we could get all 3 of us in the shot without using a self timer! Cheers, S.
oh no hahahaha you should get a shutter remote. they’re usually cheap if you own a nikon
I have one, but rarely use it. It was just for fun anyway and I was shooting anything that looked interesting. The truth is that I hate pictures of myself, so family portraits are best left to shadows! I’m kidding of course. :) S.
yeah it’s not much use unless you do long exposures, which was why i bought mine in the first place. but i found it handy during the christmas season though.
this one is awesome….love how the shadows of the people lead the eye to the girls sitiing on the pavement! Wonderful eye my friend!
that was exactly the idea. the way i saw it was like, as if the shadows were coming after them. Thanks again Tara
glad you like it Scott
Thanks Angel :)
Very original composition. Nice work.
Thanks a lot William!
Great catch! Very nice!
Nice shot. Excellent framing and tonal value.
thanks! sorry about the late reply.
Love your shots…love this!