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a good bit of fun V1 for me
Funny AND artistic. Has to be V1.
Excellent and appropriate - 1st class. V2 for me - just.
Interesting, different, mad and really creative. I like this a lot!
This could only be yours Alison! Very creative, original and good fun
Thanks folks - and thanks Pete for the HC (although my little icon isn't showing but I can live with that)
I'm just getting back into the idea of doing more bandaged head pics - just as I find myself incredibly short of weekends to play - always the same old story!
Sublime - such a fine concept and realisation. V1 for me - it has the wonderful quality of focusing the attention on the camera whilst the soft tones and highish key add extra anonymity to the 'photographer' - in keeping with that provided by the bandaging.
Really like this. Got to be V1 though, its the contrast that makes it.
Dunno how you dream-up these 'situations'......but in a wierd sort of way, they seem to work....Mmmmmmmm.?
Bet that's the bottom of a whisky bottle, thinly diguised as a camera-lens....you don't fool me !!!!!.
Great camouflage for shooting Polar bears!
My auntie ..... what a big eye you have
All the better to scare the s*** out of you with
Nice work v2 for me.
V1 for me love it
Thanks again everyone I was going to do another bandaged head pic this evening but sadly couldn't find the bits I needed at the supermarket. I'll have to try a different place sometime and then hope what I have planned works!
I only have vodka bottles around here Nicknut
Some chap (at the Sony shop I think) said that if the lens on that camera was detachable then it would be worth about 3 or 4 times the current value of the camera. Considering at that time the last R1 in the shop sold for about £250 - a fraction of its original price and half of what I paid for it) then would be a fairly expensive lens!
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