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    Cool Reflections - Reposted

    One of my old shots dug up under the piles of negs and photos:



    *shot with my first SLR camera (Nikon F55) last year.

    Comments are appreciated

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    nice, I like it!

    The pic's dimension looks cropped though ...

    But still, simple and yet effective... great stuff!

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    Originally posted by SniperD
    why ?

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    coz it's a newbie shot after long time no take photograph

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    Sweet shot SniperD.

    Good on ya.
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    Originally posted by SniperD
    coz it's a newbie shot after long time no take photograph
    a newbie shot doesn't mean it can't be a good shot and likewise, an experienced photographer armed with pro kits does not necessarily guarantee exceptional photo.

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    Wow. This photo was up before quite long ago right?

    I remember seeing it and actually emailed it to my family members and relatives.

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    why crop the rider? i tot with the rider's head the picture will be more powerful.

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    Originally posted by mylau
    why crop the rider? i tot with the rider's head the picture will be more powerful.
    No offence to you, but I personally would do without the rider's head. It somewhat broke the rules but yet it's unconventionally powerful.

    The mirror reflection of the rider simply adds a sense of mystery to who he/she really is...

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    thank you for the kind comments. Would like to try more of such shots coz it kinda appeals to me as abstracts and rule breaking

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