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27 Aug 2005 12:48AM
Neat idea. Like it. Chris

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dalischone 11 295 Scotland
27 Aug 2005 2:21AM
Fantastic idea Cal, well executed.

Tracy
User_Removed 11 279
27 Aug 2005 2:50AM
Cool, Chris! Good eye.
Best wishes, Simon
glazzaro 11 70 23 United States
27 Aug 2005 6:53AM
Nice shot, love the effect, I think this would also be a great shot to revisit if you ever get a chance, would love to see this shot in a series of 3, from the point of impact to end of roll, just a thought. Spot on! Click!!!

Greg
27 Aug 2005 12:27PM
This deserves more hits than this. I like the effect. You can just imagine the cue ball hitting the first of the group and setting them off in all directions. nice capture

Mike
shitzkit 12 147
27 Aug 2005 3:57PM
love it
28 Aug 2005 3:38AM
love the ghosting of the balls, really gives that sense of movement and creates the atmosphere, stunning work

nikki Smile
MoWiz 11 114 United Kingdom
28 Aug 2005 4:00AM
Nice one Caleb
Mo
cameragirl 12 43 United Kingdom
28 Aug 2005 3:06PM
Good effect! Well captured!
C_Daniels 11 399 10 England
30 Aug 2005 2:41PM
Thanks for the votes and comments !

Strictly speaking though I shouldn't be getting much credit for this as I am the one
making the break.
It was a friend who took the photograph!

Trying to get the image something like
by doing it on the timer
would have taken ages though -
but would surely have been worth
a million votes..!
Caleb,
MarkT 11 119 2 England
1 Sep 2005 4:22AM
Nice shot.
Morpyre Plus
11 1.6k 8 Wales
3 Sep 2005 7:06AM
great idea for an image - doesnt matter that someone else took the image - just tell people that person was your human remote control =)

couple of possible suggestions - slower shutter speed to show even more movement of the balls over the table - or combine two images, one of the setup balls and a 2nd layed over with the balls all over the table (maybe even have you in a "now breaked" pose) - i think it would make the balls stronger in the image

top marks though for a great looking shot (no pun intended) =)

peter "morpyre" turner
C_Daniels 11 399 10 England
3 Sep 2005 7:28AM
Thanks for the appreciation and advice above!
jpenguin 11 66
28 Sep 2005 1:11AM
Have had an image like this in my mind for a while now - nice to know it can be pulled off so well.
J

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