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ARM-ME of One

By Brian_Watters
Using coins to mark the spots that I wanted my hands to apear above, I used the Nikon D3's timer and placed it on a tripod to make 5 captures. I also used three sorces of light in so that the final image, once blended would have realistic shadows of various degrees falling over the subject. Photoshop CS4 was used in the editing of this image. Please feel free to leave a comment whether you like it or not, and why. I'm curious. Smile
Thanks so uch.
- Brian

Tags: Black and white Digitally manipulated Digital art

Voters: TyChee, polly470, GERRYGENTRY and 9 more

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polly470 8 25 8 United Kingdom
28 Feb 2010 7:15AM
I love it - it's different. I am from movie world background so maybe I am drawn to it because at first it looks like a creature from a sci-fi !!!!, buy mostly I like it because of the movement, shapes and the fab. look over the glasses!!! As a portrait it is great fun, as an image it grabs you to look further.

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28 Feb 2010 8:30AM
I like it very much indeed. Plenty of visual impact & drama together with very good technical execution. It looks almost like an impossible Escher picture. The hands really make the picture, together with the look on your face and peering over your specs! I don't think it would work so well in colour.
Well done!
Paree 13 616 3
28 Feb 2010 4:54PM
It is a fantastic creation,
and as said very Escher

its certainly a clever one,
and original as well,
so i give it 10 our of 10
alan a 14 9 United Kingdom
28 Feb 2010 5:38PM
Quite unnerving but brilliant.
polly470 8 25 8 United Kingdom
28 Feb 2010 6:19PM
Actually, I have decided to give it my user award for this week - original and fun....
28 Feb 2010 6:39PM

Quote:Actually, I have decided to give it my user award for this week - original and fun....

Oh My Goodness!!!
I didn't know when the approipate time to leave a comment thanking people for their thoughts and comments would be, but this sure feels like the right time right now!!!!

Thank you very much!
- Brian

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