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Stu Egan16-Oct-2006 18:13
Love the mood here...bloody hell this is good, and a ref to my all-time favourite DJ in the title too! It reminds me of the darker, classier edge of British gangster films...more 'Long Good Friday' or 'Get Carter' than 'Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels'. Cool touch having the neat vodka and the bottle there at the table too.
shatterbug01-Oct-2006 02:09
Superb mood shot! The lighting rocks here! V.
Sharon Rogers30-Sep-2006 17:57
Do you see me? Do you ? I see you ;-)
Kelly Clark Moncure29-Sep-2006 23:27
moody bastard, ha ha ha!
Chris29-Sep-2006 17:48
Moody bastid. :)
Guest 29-Sep-2006 14:41
Superb work with the dark side.
Guest 29-Sep-2006 10:39
Fluorescent blood spilled upon the blotter.Cold, bitter and haunting with subliminal angst.A stray glimmer from the vodka carving a murmuring grimace from the oppressive weight of anticipated death.As the chameleon of terror licked the sweat off his trigger finger.And shot with a bullet glance at the psychological target.It was a beautiful murder.
Ana Carloto O'Shea29-Sep-2006 09:11
I see a fantastic work here.
The positioning of the light in the photo is fantastic and it shows that you've thought it over as the light falls in precise places, no doubt the ones that you wanted us to concentrate.
I really enjoyed the high angle that by itself is "refreshing" and adds a lot to the mystery. The "dare" glance is consistend with the mood you've created for the composition. And it's impossible not to feel like we've just steped into a stage while the play was on.

PS: Pretty tie.
AL29-Sep-2006 06:41
Ooooooooooo moody moody... Gonna love your glance and the light. Very very nice... Time for my drink!
Chris Sofopoulos28-Sep-2006 18:05
Cheers Niall:)
The proper light here for creating a very good and moody image!
Guest 28-Sep-2006 03:11
It was late and Bielinkski wasn't expecting anyone. A knock at the door confirmed only one thought - He had come for the money. "Fine, let him come", murmoured the Russian hitman as he sipped at his glass of Absolut. As he leant back in his chair, his hand slid quietly to his side and rested gently on his 9mm Makarov. He breathed quietly but this time with a touch of anticipation... "Let him come"
JD28-Sep-2006 02:54
The light was bonding Niall, Jude ;-)
jude28-Sep-2006 02:41
I take back what I said about JD's flass :B
jude28-Sep-2006 02:39
Glass in hand, tripod up above with remote in the other hand. I'm just not sure how you held the flashlight? However it was done, the light bounding off the tie and through the glass highlight the edge of features to give you an imperious look.

I think JD might have had one "flass" too many of those ..
JD28-Sep-2006 02:22
Brilliant SP, Niall. The flass adds a lot. Not to mention the tie, the bottle on the table and the blue light. And if you are heading to the exit, we will miss your work.
Guest 28-Sep-2006 02:01
I agree with other comments. This is really excellent, the lighting is just fantastic. V
Ann LT28-Sep-2006 00:35
Superb! And even more so (and I just realized this) that this is an SP!!!
You are brilliant Mr O'Shea! V
Jill28-Sep-2006 00:30
very provocative.
you are drinking a favorite of if i join you?

the lighting is amazing Niall. loving this image.
faye white27-Sep-2006 23:21
amazing, superb, mysterious, intense and wow!
Craig Persel27-Sep-2006 23:16
Really superb lighting, mood and mystery.