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    «Corpse Bride»



    «Corpse Bride»

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    Re: «Corpse Bride»

    Interesting shot. Macabre, but interesting.

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    Very, very good. To see the possibility for a photograph was the first skill displayed in the process

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    Re: «Corpse Bride»

    Indeed very good. I like how you managed to get the shutter speed right so you get a kind of veil out of the smoke.
    I'm really surprised how much this photo has of the feel of Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride" (I guess that's where the name comes from)

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    Re: «Corpse Bride»

    I like it, I don't know why but I like it.

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    She'll be burnt out after the honeymoon.

    Very original, and a great example of something that is there, but not there, if you see what I mean. Keep 'em coming.

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    Re: «Corpse Bride»

    Super cool! This is what I call imagination and creativity - and you added some sense of humor to this.

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    Thanks! I think everyone remembers animated "Corpse Bride"?

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    Very nicely captured Doc. It may be me but does that stalk need a touch more sharpening. I love the way the smoke hugs the head of the match and curls downward.

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    Re: «Corpse Bride»

    Outstanding photography. Reminds me of Stephen King. Did you succeed in a single attempt?

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    Re: «Corpse Bride»

    Quote Originally Posted by Wirefox View Post
    Very nicely captured Doc. It may be me but does that stalk need a touch more sharpening.
    Steve, this is so, sharpness is not enough. Shot done on a tripod, IS forgot to disable (Canon 100 f/2.8 L IS Macro).
    Quote Originally Posted by uspandey View Post
    Outstanding photography. Reminds me of Stephen King. Did you succeed in a single attempt?
    uspandey, thanks! I do not want to stop. )

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    Re: «Corpse Bride»

    Excellent!

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