We're All Gonna Die

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  1. stsinner

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    This is an awesome 100-meter long photograph. I thought it was an interesting project.
    We're all gonna die.
     
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    That was fascinating. Why aren't there interesting looking people like that where I live? Putting it all together into a faux panorama was a very interesting idea.
     
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    I like the guy with the cigarette holding up "the bird"... lol
     
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    He's the one that stood out for me, too! James Dean. The double eye patch was kind of interesting, and who could miss the hot pink tank top...
     
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    Yes... the James dean guy is a nice frame.

    There is another section that has a guy with a strange hair do seemingly looking to his left with a smug look.... and what is to his left? A guy and his girl making out... That's nice.

    Very interesting... although I think the camera was aimed a bit too low with way too many people's midsections.
     
  6. LOL, grass is always greener. I live in Berlin (where this was shot) and I can't stand the way people look here.

    ... that should make you think. It goes to my theory that people are fascinated by older street shots. Why? Because it's familiar, yet oddly foreign. Think about the composition of the shots, and then go shoot. You make think of your subjects and their actions as mundane, but will your grandchildren feel the same way 40 years from now?
     
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    I think a lot of them look like freaks. Fun to photograph, but I don't know if I'd want to live with em....
     
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    They didn't look so freakish to me. They actually look like normal people I see everyday... but then, I live in L.A. The double eyepatch was the eye catcher for me.
     
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    More importantly... where can I buy a home printer with 1 gallon ink cartridges and rolls of quality semi-glossy paper that can print out 3 X 300 foot pictures? :lol:
     
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    Visionary work from Simon Hoegsberg. Check out his website. Simon Høgsberg Incredible artist to say the least.


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    What an incredible idea and excellently done. The guy on the bike was the most fascinating to me although there were many that caught my eye. Seeing more work like this would be great.
     
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    that was a great image!

    the guy on the bike with the crazy eyes was my favorite.
     

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