Very creative. Love the shot and story. I hope you don't get too backed up...not going to the bathroom.Another evening, another surprise attack. Why can't they play fair? Why can't they fight an eye for an eye? Once more, this was a perfidious ambush. Walking into the bathroom, I had to jump right back out again, to avoid getting snatched by this … tusked monster alien.
Fat, white Moby Prick
2019 Octoberfest - Day 16
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Summilux-R 1:1.4/80 @ f/5.6
I was not sure about which shot to choose. A different view, slightly closer, is in the bucket.
Unfortunately, no, your at risk nowYou are on fire, dude. I'm guessing that your brother-in-law is still in the fire brigade and is keeping a close eye on proceedings.
Thank you for the remarks on focus. Indeed, quite a bit of thinking went in that, and also framing. I got several shots, of the whole elephant standing on an earth globe, and of details, at varying apertures. Decided for f/4 of this unusual elephant crop, without the tusks.Very good portait, Roland. Like the handling of focus, with the eye and trunk leading and the remainder fading off (especially the ears, which could be distracting if given equal focus). I assume this is metallic?
thxNicely shot. Interesting perspective on the subject.
thxGreat perspective and directional light!
Exactly my thoughts: the most intense 'look' like thatWhat a cool elephunk! Well framed and cleverly presented. He/she certainly looks quite forbidding.
Yes I invested quite some time in building a prototype, testing how it fit, improving... Helped that I'm experienced and I consider myself good at DuploI LOVE Moby Prick. It's just way too cool, and scary to boot! Moreso when you realize what it is (in our reality) and that you had to make it! A wonderful addition.
The elephant mech is almost just a thing from our normal world, but that's just what they want us to believe, I'm sure. Well shot as Harry and Paul described.