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19 february

19 february

Oral Surgery

I did it in B&W so it would be less traumatizing
I see this stuff every day & it does not bother me
However, I am assuming there are some delicate tummies out there

So ya'all need to tell me which is more appropriate for this forum
The other one from today is in color

Olympus C-2100UZ
1/50s f/2.8 at 7.0mm iso100 full exif

other sizes: small medium original
Jim Chiesa23-Aug-2004 05:46
The composition with the lamp set in the middle places us well into the scene. A tribute to the courageous souls that save our lives.
Carolyn B.21-Feb-2004 05:36
Oy...I've broken out into a sweat. I have dentist phobia! I love your everyday shots - and I'm so glad you're okay with regard to your accident - that looked like a close call!
brother_mark21-Feb-2004 03:06
They're both appropriate for this forum. Which do I prefer? Maybe the other one. This one is pretty much a standard operating procedure shot. Haha. The other is unsual, as he's smiling at the dentist's office! LOL! So I vote for the other one.
John Buffin20-Feb-2004 23:14
That reminds me, I gotta set up an appointment.
Susan20-Feb-2004 18:18
arrrrh, it is a boy or a girl?
Guest 20-Feb-2004 16:53
Of course I prefer the B&W for this kind of situation. Very good lighting and gray scale.
Chris Brooker20-Feb-2004 13:36
An interesting shot.
floradoragirl20-Feb-2004 12:26
I like this one because of the way the lamp looks - that suits the b&w. But it is quite scary! ;-)
John20-Feb-2004 08:45
Funny, cos my son has a dental appointment - I was wondering as to take my camera but don't think he's so keen. I'll leave it at that for now ..... maybe?? I think this works very well in B&W, probably better than in colour? Can't see any blood ...... only joking!!
bill burke20-Feb-2004 05:21
After looking at the color photo first, I got a feeling that something went wrong in this one. The guy with the smile is gone and everyone looks so serious. I think the photos work well together, at least for me :)
Guest 20-Feb-2004 05:12
There is something so elegant about this in b&w. I love it. DUDE...NICE!
Guest 20-Feb-2004 02:08
I think I prefer the B&W better. Not sure why but I do.
gary becker20-Feb-2004 02:08
Can you blur it so I have absolutely no idea what it is? My teeth hurt.
bruce berrien20-Feb-2004 01:54
I like it in b&w - very classy. Reminds me of the science films we saw in grade school.
Susana20-Feb-2004 01:27
Well, you can't really see anything so one can only imagine what is going on under the sheet. Good b&w shot though, I think it suits the operating theatre very well!
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