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    Prison & The Hand

    Prison & The Hand

    Prison & The Hand

    C&C Welcome!
    Last edited by McQ; 29th June 2008 at 04:47 PM. Reason: Added image from separate post and deleted other thread

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    Re: Prison

    Nice shot.
    This is good.

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    Re: Prison

    Quote Originally Posted by Antonio Correia View Post
    Nice shot.
    This is good.
    Thank you!

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    Re: Prison

    Nice, the out of focus bars actually enhance the image rather than detracting from it. Good job.

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    Re: Prison & The Hand

    u just gave away too much info by posting both pictures in one post! i would have preffered the pic showing just the monkey paw, holding the bar! it would have the viewers attention instantly,just racking their brains,trying to decipher, which animal that could be? also conveying a strong message against holding animals behind bars,in rooms and inside small boxes focus is sharp in both the pics,as the rules demand composition is strong too...specially in the second picanimals belong in the WILD.

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    Re: Prison & The Hand

    Just love the paw on the bars, good definition.

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    Re: Prison & The Hand

    Quote Originally Posted by taken View Post
    u just gave away too much info by posting both pictures in one post! i would have preffered the pic showing just the monkey paw, holding the bar! it would have the viewers attention instantly,just racking their brains,trying to decipher, which animal that could be? also conveying a strong message against holding animals behind bars,in rooms and inside small boxes focus is sharp in both the pics,as the rules demand composition is strong too...specially in the second picanimals belong in the WILD.
    Thanks,
    they were two different animals...not the same monkeys....I was going for the whol "imprisoned animal" angle, glad to see it paid off!

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