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Zedonist Photo Shoot

Discussion in 'The Z Gallery' started by zedonist, Jun 10, 2013.

  1. zedonist

    zedonist Guest

    I spent last Sunday Evening with my good friend Andy Watson doing the Zedonist Z3 Photo shoot, the aim to to get the best photos printed super large size and framed for the Zed Room, I have posted them in the media gallery, and would like you guys to vote for your favourite which help me choose which one(s) to get printed.

    Your assistance, and parodical comments welcomed on the bald fat man driving!!
     
  2. GazHyde

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    Bald is the latest trend these days ;)

    This is like a mini POTM competition, and I personally like #8. It's unusual to get pictures which are moving, rather than the usual static composed picture. The one of the silver grills, although a commonly taken picture, look awesome too!
     
  3. zedonist

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    I did think of POTM, but they were not taken by me so does not seem fair to enter them, i already have a spectacular picture of London Bridge in my Kitchen done by Andy, and then asked if he would do some of the Car so i am looking for the best one(s) to be printed, it gave him chance to experiment with some of his new lens', problem was the sun took too long to go down for the dark shots, so we had a pint and called it an evening, hopefully we are going to do some dark shots with light trails etc, and i need to remove the side light bulbs out of the Halo's to get a good effect.
     
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    I voted for no 9 as I liked the composition and backdrop.
     
  5. zedonist

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    Yes no 9 is one of my favourites, right light at the right time, it's like a brochure shot
     
  6. hard top

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    I like #7 & #6 but who is the big fat bald git in #4.........?.........;)
     
  7. zedonist

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    I don't know, I went too the loo behind a tree, and there he was doing drive by's, could be the stigs fat cousin!
     
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    All great pictures, but 9 or 5 get my thumbs up
     
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    I like both 8 & 9, great photo set BTW
     
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    has to be No7 ,it fires your imagination ,the sun the dark cloud the road that looks as though its just waiting for you to run to the Z jump in and tear off like a scene from a movie .TOP SHOT
     
  11. zedonist

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    Thanks guys, it looks like I may have to do a montage for the big print, now there's a challenge