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15 Apr 2010 7:24PM
nice game

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boony 11 978 3 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2010 7:27PM
a done to death idea executed very well
sybilla 13 258
15 Apr 2010 7:37PM

Dave_Holdham 9 4 1 Wales
15 Apr 2010 7:37PM
Superb work, wonderful image
Sean_Dillon 9 2 2 England
15 Apr 2010 8:04PM
Seen it many times before - but youve created a cracking version and I still wanna try this myself. Well done.
Britman 11 1.7k England
15 Apr 2010 8:30PM
Top stuff. If people ask if it's a difficult shot to do, you have to say yes. Keep the mystery.
15 Apr 2010 9:18PM
great work love the way the light goes round the cards
Diana 11 2.0k 19 Netherlands
15 Apr 2010 9:30PM
brilliant !!
SusieH 13 67 England
15 Apr 2010 10:17PM
Great version of this card game - well done.

16 Apr 2010 2:51AM
Excellent !

DRicherby 9 269 725 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2010 2:44PM
Very clever. It looks like whatever has flown through the shot has lifted the cards into the air.
Brian65 8 2 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2010 5:14PM
Thats what i call clever Mike, thanks for sharing.
baxster 10 England
17 Apr 2010 12:12AM
nice work.
celestun 14 29 14 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2010 7:52PM
Just stunning! Such a successful shot... it all comes together so well.

Great work!

21 Apr 2010 12:23AM
I like this image a lot ... nice to see something diferent.
It reminds me of my LSD days in a dark room with a fag or torch. Boy were those the days!
AnneWorner 10 620 43 United States
21 Apr 2010 5:07PM
Nicely shot, well executed image.
22 Apr 2010 9:36AM
first time i have seen this effect cool click
22 Apr 2010 10:44AM
Really good image, very creative.
Love to know how you did this?
Well done.
22 Apr 2010 6:24PM
Hi Ricky

Stand the cards up with blu tac, set a very slow shutter speed, on aprox F10, manually focus on the first card, turn the light off, press the shutter and draw around the cards with a pencil torch. You can do it a few times and use layers, but this was just one shot.


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