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Thanks for posting it here Brian.
The message is clear ... the middle finger showing the direction. ;)
Must have been hanging for quite some time for the twig pushing through the wool.
I hadn't actually "twigged" that that was a new shoot coming through Walter.
It's amazing what the eye doesn't see, when us photographers think we have captured it all!
 

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It's amazing what the eye doesn't see, when us photographers think we have captured it all!
Some photos just call for a second (third ...) look, and I like photos where some things reveal themselves only after giving them a little more attention. Very often it's like the photo starts telling a story. That's the best we can achieve.
A beautiful example of this kind can be found here: https://cameraderie.org/threads/the-urban-image-thread.2362/page-36
Very puzzling this in-camera double exposure, but a lot to discover when you give it time. Three persons for a start.
 

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An experiment with ISO 6400 in dim light.

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But to be honest, I have no clue what this is. Looks like the red position lights of a plane against a starry sky in a quite long exposure.
Well, to over-explain... it's around an hour's worth of 1s live composite exposure from a fourth floor balcony. There was an unusually clear view of the stars (for L.A.) due to crazy winds (the cloudy areas are a couple of bamboo stalks blowing around), so I set the camera up and left it unattended, assuming there would be some air traffic in the mix (constant LAPD helicopters overhead)... but I was surprised and delighted when I went to check on the progress - the shot was framed exactly as shown. I seem to be easily amused by stuff like that... :rolleyes:
 

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This thread develops beautifully, I'm really fascinated by the variety and quality of your posts. The photos are superb and show that my request at the start (Red as the dominant colour. Recognizable signs of composition appreciated) has been taken seriously. Keep it up this way !
 

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