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Last year I participated in Joe's PAW challenge and found it a demanding but rewarding experience creating 52 infrared images.
Fon's has taken over and has a inspirational collective weekly challenge running.
Olivier one of the photographers I most admire here has a wonderful 52 week portrait thread inspired by the PAW challenge.

This thread is intended to commit me to post 52 images of my home town in 2013.

 

 

 

 

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I will complete this project off site.... I give my sincere thanks to everyone who has commented on the images.

 

Your support has been invaluable to me, and very much appreciated, thank you one and all.

 

 

Best Regards

Bez

 


 

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Feels like taken straight from a film noir movie.

Good catch.

cheers

afx

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Feels like taken straight from a film noir movie.

Good catch.

cheers

afx

This does remind me of a scene from a 1950's mystery/crime movie. Nicely done.

There is nothing worse than a brilliant image of a fuzzy concept. - Ansel Adams

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Two very nice captures. Both evoke a sense of tension in their own way.

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Bez, I do not feel this sensation of "sinister" in the first shot, maybe the background is too light and finally reinsuring for me?

I do however have a strong urge to move back when I see the second shot... This works wery well...

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Nice work Bez ... both ... images and conversion

Interesting, how you perceive your hometown :)

Looking forward to the other 49 images!

Never mind the words ... just hum along and keep on going...

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Hey RC just checked in again & saw the new images.

I really like #2, #3 is great timing (actually great timing for both).

Capturing motion within a urban context is unique

Patience in practice , well done.

Have you ever tried downtown urbanscape panos?

Usually shot from outside in, these would be urban street shots from within

I haven't but going to give it a try in a few weeks

Rags

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