No naked people

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  1. jeroen

    jeroen No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Famous photographer Spencer Tunick took a photo with 2000 naked people standing on this building last week... Imagine that: 2000 naked people, just 800 meters from my home at 5h00 in the morning. I am sleeping at that hour. Anyway, my POV is much more spectaculair I believe :D

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    Edit: 2 & 3 I'd done these aswell. I like the first one better, but I think they make a nice series.

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    I dig it. Wish you had a wider lens though so the building could fully frame the sky.
     
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    *Update*
     
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    the first one looks best to me. no 2 looks incomplete, and no3, almost all clouds are gone.
     
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    i agree, i like number 1 the best, very cool pic. 2 and 3 dont really do anything for me.
     
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    #1 is the keeper of the three. I feel I'm bending my neck upwards while lookin at it, nice perspective. I think a wider lens might have added more distortion and ruined that effect.
     

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