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Change of Clothes

Change of Clothes

Part of The Man Who Fell to Earth series

Nikon D50
1/400s f/5.0 at 95.0mm hide exif
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Date/Time21-Mar-2006 16:39:19
MakeNikon
ModelNIKON D50
Flash UsedNo
Focal Length95 mm
Exposure Time1/400 sec
Aperturef/5
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White Balance (-1)
Metering Modematrix (5)
JPEG Quality (6)
Exposure Programmanual (1)
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Guest 06-Feb-2007 05:39
love it in every aspect! V.
Tommy Gunn04-Feb-2007 00:11
comfort comes
Rob Oele31-Mar-2006 09:57
Great catch
Antonio Pierre De Almeida31-Mar-2006 03:26
I'm not sure you'll find this kind of things anywhere else on the planet, LOL !!!
Guest 27-Mar-2006 15:40
Am wondering if you shed your trousers for a few minutes to make this shot :). Ok, seriously now. So a very interesting addition! This is a great series to follow as it's clearly developing a storyline and each picture has the potential to take this in a very interesting direction. I particularly like the way the sofa here is facing towards the fence. As if there at some point through the day, viewers will convene to watch... well - that's left that to the imagination. Anyway, great storytelling - I hope you will come back to the concept of clothes later on as what our man who fell to earth is wearing now remains a mystery.
Vipin Mayer25-Mar-2006 11:23
:-) wonderful shot Craig.that looks like a new jeans compared to what they sold last summer in shops here.
Doug Kessler24-Mar-2006 22:53
This shot has a lot going for it and you've done a great job conveying our disposable culture. This picture leads one to wonder how this got this way.
laine8224-Mar-2006 20:58
hehehe...creative, Craig !
shatterbug24-Mar-2006 19:01
Well, it looks more comfortable than Clark Kent's phone booth. Great shot!
Guenter Eh24-Mar-2006 15:42
I see why you are sometimes feel alienated...we are in an open air area, there are flowers too but they are artifical on a sofa. I looked a long time at this picture, I had a strange feeling but I`m unable to skip the picture! Fascinating Craig!
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