catfish

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by tr0gd0o0r, Aug 20, 2003.

  1. tr0gd0o0r

    tr0gd0o0r TPF Noob!

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    alright, these pictures don't have anythign ot do w/ catfish, but it was a catchy word

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    manda instigator of pottymouthedness

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    love the horsie shot! lol that is a horse isnt it??
    nice work trog
     
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    Stuff the horsie, nice plane parts :)
     
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    That looks like my grandma in the first pic, but thats not grandpa? Good shots, I myself would move in closer on the parts shots and go B&W.
     
  5. MDowdey

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    i like the "parts" its catching to the eye.


    good work

    md
     
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    Cool pic, but underexposed. I cant tell what kind of animal it is. I think the others in my opinion would be better shot closer in.
     
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    tr0gd0o0r TPF Noob!

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    Well, its actually an elk, not a horse, for those of u who care. AS far as being underexposed, I was having real problems, with that shotcuz it was late and they were backlit by the sun (I don't remember why i didn't get on the other side of them. I also agree w/ the black and white in the panes, but all my black and white film is for ur own darkroom and I don't have access to one at the moment. And on the last one, the reason I didn't get closer in is I wanted the whole propellor to be in the picture
     

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