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  1. TBaraki

    TBaraki TPF Noob!

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    Here's an old one that I don't think I've posted yet. This is the singer/guitarist from my band.

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    That is a pretty cool wall Tbaraki. I like the B&W shot. Keep up the good work. What is "MOTL" or was that up there already when you took the shot?
     
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    Cool background :)

    Is he much taller than you and you kneeling down or something!
     
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    Nice shot! I like the composition a LOT! Works great as a b&w. :thumbup:
     
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    Naicidrac: MOTL is the initials of the band. That was PS'd in.

    Karsten: We're nearly the exact same height. Is it the head angle that gives you the impression of a height difference?

    Thanks for the comments!
     
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    I think its the circles on the wall. I don't know its just looks like you at pointing upward a lot.

    Maybe its just a optical illussion :)
     

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