For my 911th Post

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  1. Heck

    Heck TPF Noob!

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    Never Forget

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    Just got my budget strobist kit and seeing my post count gave me a idea for shooting a subject I had for 10 years. This was shot via a SB600 shot through a umbrella using cybersync triggers. 1/200 F 2.8 50mm
     
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    I get it but I was expecting something a little more complicated. Nice photo though.
     
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    Thinking about it now maybe its hard to judge the scale of this thing. Its the size of my forearm I think im gonna re shoot and maybe hold it in my hand or something. Thanks for the comment.
     
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    I think this is much better.

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    2nd is much better, was it from the WTC ?
     
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    Yeah - second one is much better. Before seeing that, I thought the bolt was probably around 1/2" diameter...
     
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    Yeah same here, definately a way better perspective of the second photo. I thought it was a small bolt and had no idea. That's intense.
    Conspiracy or not ?
    Time for a little controversy.
     
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    Nice trick!! I think the first shot is prepared for the second shot!~ You put them separately on purpose~~
     
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    This forum is not the right place for this...

    I have a very strong opinion on what happened that day, but I refuse to express it here.

    This is a photo forum, and I want to keep it that way.
     
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    Haha. Nice one Neil S.
     
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    I like the second one, has a great feel.
    Shows the gloom.
    I agree that this is not the time or the place to talk about that bram.
     

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