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A pirate that didn’t like getting his picture taken. This image was shot on a domestic colour 35mm film and scanned using the Nikon Super Coolscan 4000 ED. It was taken before a group of costumed party goers left for a cruise on a boat called The Looking Good about 12 years ago. The trip set sail from North Warf in Melbourne but I think it’s called Docklands now. Did he want my money or my life ?

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gun, danger, shoot, caption, pirate, time travel, fun dress up

Yanni has been capturing and documenting life and events on camera for three decades ever since his father gave him an old Pentax film SLR camera in 1982 .
He has also been working in digital art since the late nineties, from his graphic designs and collages to the complex photo realism of his sci fi / fantasy art.

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  • Daryl Gordon
    Daryl Gordonover 5 years ago

    Bang!!

  • JuliaWright
    JuliaWrightabout 5 years ago

    Congrats on RB Homepage!

  • Thanks Julia

    – Yanni

  • cammiecakes
    cammiecakesabout 5 years ago

    This rocks!!

  • Thanks for the comment.

    – Yanni

  • junkrat90
    junkrat90about 5 years ago

    very cool…love the depth of field!!!!!!

  • Thanks Samantha -

    – Yanni

  • awlstudio
    awlstudioabout 5 years ago

    Nice :)

  • Much appreciated Aaron

    – Yanni

  • Mika
    Mikaabout 5 years ago

    Ahhh sooo cool!!!!! Love it!!

  • CJ B
    CJ Babout 5 years ago

    Congrats!

  • Pilgrim
    Pilgrimabout 5 years ago

    They say when you are looking down the barrel of a gun that is all you can see. I believe it.

  • Until it goes off. It wasn’t loaded anyway – I don’t think.

    – Yanni

  • Danny  Cross
    Danny Crossabout 5 years ago

    holy moly!!!

  • Jeffrey Sanders
    Jeffrey Sandersabout 5 years ago

    Great shot!!!

  • Thanks Jeffrey

    – Yanni

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