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Old Aug 2, 2011, 9:10 AM   #1
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A nice old fashioned billboard painting. Look at the shadows.
Shot with a Nokia X2 phone.

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Old Aug 2, 2011, 9:17 AM   #2
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Cute little pin-up girl!

AWESOME phone camera you have there!
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Old Aug 2, 2011, 10:42 AM   #3
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Sure it is, thanks. It's a good practice to shoot with this 5 mpx phone camera. Awesome resistant too. It fell down 3 meters to cement and got not one single scratch. Unbelieavable.
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The shadows. It's study on one light source. Great street art!

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Great exposure and lighting Ordo! Tack sharp as well. Amazing results from a phone!

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I wonder if perhaps the artist painted it from a photograph, like the old pin-up artists used to do... You'd have all the shadows in the right place, that's for sure.

My first cell phone couldn't be killed, either. It was a Nokia bar phone that had 9 lives, I swear... LOL
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That is a redone pin up I think, mogul used it in the past. They make a good motorcycle oil, very popular with racing.
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As soon as i can i will shot the metallic curtain in context. A surprising contrast.
I will try to talk to the owners about the painting.
The pick was heavily pp, btw (rotate, levels, contrast, Topaz, etc.). It's almost impossible to shot leveled picks with this phone. Cheers everybody.
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Amazing pic, Ordo.
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