a sequence, a portrait, a street

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  1. deadjoe

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    That portrait is great. A friend? If so, they should be really pleased with the way that came out. Nice work!

    Also love the series. There's a kind of drunken effect about it that really appeals to me. Yeah yeah, a brit who likes their drink. ROFL
     
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    haha, i'm 23, i had my first drop of alcohol just before christmas (long story) and that sequence was from the first time i got drunk, i used the slow sync deal as it seemed kind of apt...i've since learned that my d70 is better off at home seeing that i've already got a reputation for falling over and not being able to get back up, i dont think a digital body would survive a drop, it would fall to pieces.

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    Especially with the weight of a body falling on top of it! Hell yeah, I leave my camera at home when I know alcohol is involved, even though the strong stuff seems to balance me out. I do, however, have a tendency to spill things...
     

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