An upright bass, a fancy guitar, and dirt cheap radio slaves

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by Hooligan Dan, Jun 25, 2010.

  1. Hooligan Dan

    Hooligan Dan No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I got some cheap radio slaves the other day to hold me over until the Pocket Wizards for nikons come out. Took them out for a test drive and I'm pretty happy with the results. Hope you guys like them. C&C welcomed.

    Rest of the shots are on the blog along with the info.

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    is it suppose to be funny?
     
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    Hooligan Dan No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Ummm..no. It's just photos of my buddies with their instruments. He was just having fun in this particular shot(it's a reference to a movie called I love You, Man).
     
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    Thanks! :)

    I know how you feel about the poles. In my original set I took them all out but it was a pain. So then I just said eh.
     
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    The rest of the shots are on my blog. I figured people aren't going to take the extra time to click the link to see them or read about the photos so I put them here.
     
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    Much appreciated :)
     
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    The first shot is fantastic! I really like it. The other ones I am not sure if I feel as strongly about.
     
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    I really think the pictures are technically great...that being said I don't understand the oral fixation with the instruments. Number 3 is my favorite on posing composition etc., I would like #1 more with out the tongue. I like the telephone poles in the shot it lends towards the look/feel of the pictures. I also like the matching outfit with the Double bass. (beautiful instrument by the way)
    Over all nice work!
     

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