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10 May 2009 7:51AM
Three monkeys of Gandhiji - Hear no evil speak no evil see no evil, nice image David.
DOGSBODY 13 1.4k 30 England
10 May 2009 8:39AM
Good fun. Andy
10 May 2009 8:44AM
Thanks for your comments and your tips i really appreciate your effort
10 May 2009 8:46AM
I really like the result of your photos color, what's your photos setting do you used??
davey_griffo 12 213 165 England
10 May 2009 9:14AM
Thank you all for your kind comments.

Livermilan:

I set the exposure from auto, then changed to manual, so that it was constant for all 3: 0.8" at f5.6.

It's actually quite burnt out on the left side of all 3 me's, & I couldn't rescue any detail. But as it's a white t-shirt, I think I got away with it.

Your are most welcome, hope my comments are helpful.

Besides, you were good enough to comment on my efforts, & I felt it was only fair to return the complement & visit your page.
x_posure 12 1 Australia
10 May 2009 11:11AM
Well done this is a great photo
Andrew_Hurley 15 71 73 United Kingdom
10 May 2009 1:07PM
This series really is great and you should stick at it (despite what ever anyone says). This, again is another successful picture, but your first attempt is still a clear winner for me. I like the expressions, especially the right you and it's been well cropped. I don't normally like to see feet cropped (a real pet hate of mine) but it doesn't bother me too much on this picture.

I love those slippers by the way, never had you down as a cocoa, pipe and slippers man myself, but they come in handy I suppose especially on those cold mid-Summer evenings!!!

Can't wait for the footy team one!

Andrew.
Daisymaye Plus
13 23 19 Canada
10 May 2009 1:39PM
Having fun...great shot....Thanks for your recent comments on my last upload. You're quite right......I'll give your suggestions a try....Sandy
mrswoolybill Plus
14 3.0k 2461 United Kingdom
10 May 2009 3:29PM
Mad and funny. Love what you're doing with these uploads, and in particular the way you compose the picture.
Moira
11 May 2009 8:41PM
Again brilliant, suppose you'll be looking for another three brides?
JG
DRicherby 12 269 726 United Kingdom
12 May 2009 9:45AM
This is particularly effective because the poses are so natural — they look just like they're watching a tense moment in the football on the TV.
davey_griffo 12 213 165 England
16 May 2009 11:18AM
Looks like I didn't quite get the expressions right then. They were meant to be cheeky monkeys; I'm covering my eyes, but I'll have a little peek; I'm going to have my say, whatever; I'll just risk the one ear then.

I thought the right me looked particularly mischeivous. Can't think what I was up to when I posed!!

I probably should have had my legs crossed the opposite way to balance the shot too, & drew my feet up in the middle shot, as Andrew says.

Oh well, hindsight is always 20-20!
DRicherby 12 269 726 United Kingdom
22 May 2009 4:41PM
Maybe you got the expressions wrong but, to be honest, I prefer my interpretation. Smile It seems much more natural for the Nomates brothers to be watching the footy together than for them to be consciously aping the three wise monkeys. (Aping. Geddit?! Hahaha!)

Anyway, it's always good when the viewer can come up with his or own story.
davey_griffo 12 213 165 England
23 May 2009 11:20AM
Fair enough, & point well taken.
JdeNLucas 12 4 3
5 Jun 2009 9:55AM
Its a clever shot and good fun also its well delivered.
10 Jun 2009 7:57AM
good job !
Andrew_Hurley 15 71 73 United Kingdom
14 Mar 2010 6:49PM
link
It appears that you have a fan that regards your multiple exposure work in very high esteem, see link above!

Andrew.

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