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    Camera Toss, Abstract and plenty of Colour!

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    Thanks for looking, Peace!
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    interesting group of shots here, really like the first couple though the term "camera toss" worries me a bit?
    The light globe is very clever and I also like the dart player(obviously practice with 6 darts)?
    Nice work, different and interesting
    Cheers David.

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    I really like your second shot. The colours and pattern are great.
    Good snap on the dart thrower.
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    Really great photos I like them all.

    Number 5 is really well thought out and taken.
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    #'s 1 and 4 for me

    is #4 a double exposure? .... well done with that one(note to self to try a double exposure one day too)
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    Nice series of shots there, like #5 & 6
    Out of my mind.....back later!!

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    Enjoyed these, love the colour in #2....would look printed big! #5 is a good capture, but would be better without the car in the b/g, nice idea with#4, it works well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbax View Post
    interesting group of shots here, really like the first couple though the term "camera toss" worries me a bit?
    The light globe is very clever and I also like the dart player(obviously practice with 6 darts)?
    Nice work, different and interesting
    Thanks dbax, yeah we were playing a random game of darts, nothing professional lol. Also what do you think of the term camera toss?

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    is #4 a double exposure? .... well done with that one(note to self to try a double exposure one day too)
    Surprisingly this is actually one exposure. The light bulb is a reflection from the bedroom in the window. Was taken late in the afternoon and colours enhanced in Photoshop.

    Thanks to everyone for the comments, hope you enjoy them

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    Interesting set. I like each of them on their own merits. Something a bit different. But I think their true power is altogether here as a set. The randomness seems to compliment each other well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwolrige View Post
    Also what do you think of the term camera toss?
    Well I'm thinking you tossed the camera, Can't imagine doing that myself

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    Nice shots - different
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    Nice series of shots - that last one really is the pick for me - interesting and well captured.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbax View Post
    Well I'm thinking you tossed the camera, Can't imagine doing that myself
    hahaha, no no. Not really tossed it but more randomly moving the camera and zooming in and out on a particualr light source. I guess its not a true camera toss, but similar sort of effects I guess :P

    Thanks again for the comments, much appreicated

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