Shadows in a 3-dimensional space  

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Uploaded: 04/18/19 8:38 PM GMT
Shadows in a 3-dimensional space
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Taken at the same event as this image. The screen was projected and reacted to movement. Comments and critiques welcomed.


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04/21/19 1:32 AM GMT
Excellent contender for the contest.
It is a weirdly intriguing image that engages the mind as well as the eyes..

It is nice to see you back posting.
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04/21/19 5:14 AM GMT
Wow Chris, this is awesome and perfect for the contest. Very cool shot!!
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04/22/19 7:26 AM GMT
Now this is something really different...unique capture and love the hues and limited color...intriguing shadows and the effect of motion on the screen...excellent of luck, Chris.
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04/23/19 6:21 PM GMT
well that's a cool image, well done ... Ro
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let me keep my eyes open, let me see the beauty
04/27/19 5:29 PM GMT
Great photo and has a surreal feel to it.
Wonderful entry for the contest.


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People are like cameras--sometimes they lose focus.
04/30/19 5:42 PM GMT
As Ron says, very surreal. As in the red image you linked, I see a tripod standing here, but with no camera on top of it (although in the red photo all I saw was the legs). Any idea of how they manage to get the light to react to movement?

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05/05/19 1:33 PM GMT
This is original and captivating, excellent result.
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