red light gate dots 400d closed
reaaaaaallly like this one…. the design… oooh the design!!
Thanks, not really my thing (too clean and straight) but OK.
awesome shot,,,, well done
Thank you, glad you like it!
it is really clean-must be that lens- if you drop it a few times it might loose the sharpness!
Now, that’s a thought. Some mud would work too I guess.
mud’s boring. smash equipment like a rock star.
It’s easier with other people’s stuff I hear.
You 2!!!!!!!!!!!! Well named! I quite like them clean. em
yes, design ’scool
there’s a graphic designer lurking in you.kill it now.Having said that, it’s such a pretty composition of a style I would be inclined to see/ do/ shoooooooot.
I beat my innser designer with a stick a long time ago, but maybe some of it are still present somewhere…Maybe I am posessed, I look at this image thinking, so not me, so NOT me…
Was to be INNER – fat fingers!
Soooo boring that I didn’t get a RB activity note you had posted this (and a couple before). And no doubt you wont be surprised to hear that I dig this. Messy on the left, rescued by the red light methinks.
Messy, beg elaborate.The top left is messy – ceiling, light fixing etc. but when cropped more – goes stupid…
One thing I disagree with you on it that it’s saved by the light. It was the LED dots+Cladding dots that stopped me in my tracks and made me take the shot, there would be no shot without the light.
I was just after the dots and am quite surprised how many comments it got, as it really is NOT ME.
If it wasn’t “you” who took the shot, it must have been the Bad BC that I’ve told you time and time again you need to get under control
“Messy” by virtue of the those smaller panels to the left detracting a bit from the strong graphic element of the dots in the light and the main panel on the right. But I dig the fact to compose it otherwise woulda meant the light would have been so hard up against the left side of the frame to distract as well. Fuck I hate when people build things in the wrong place!
Oh, THAT messy!I actually like the distortion of the dots on the left, I think it makes the pic more 3D.
great use of spot colour
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