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Mechanical mono.

Anything mechanical. Not just what's under the bonnet of your car; think in a broader sense. Watches, pencils, tools, cameras; absolutely anything that has mechanical, moving parts. But it must be presented, not necessarily shot, in mono.

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GrandmasterB commented on his/her own photo
This is one was shot after my product shot in a pond that I made. It is not fully post processed but...
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This is one of my newer product shots. It is not fully post processed so it will look better later. ...
Maybe vertical Roland, but unmistakably it's Shaun's image. distance, mid and foreground all sharp a...
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Roland, yes... you were way off topic LOL and yes I've been having the same problem with the "syntax...
Roland commented on his/her own photo
I know it is not looking perfect, but I think story makes it up a little. Besides it is not an easy ...
Roland commented on his/her own photo
In 1882 there were tons of trees that size, but not any more... Got my inspiration from this photogr...
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