Stand A Chance With Any Assistance

  • Posted Jan. 27, 2012 by Masoud Ahmadpoor Viewed 6569 times
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Shallow DOF - Photography Technique Challenge!

Other participants exhibit their shots here [photoblog.com].

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      2012.02.22 Edited

      why there is no people speak Chinese? 为什么这里没有讲中文的?

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      2012.02.19 Edited

      ((((Masoud))))) Congratulations on this wonderful first place in the theme. It is very deserved!

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      2012.02.19 Edited

      Oh, yes once again! I wish you so much success in all your endeavors as in winning First Places in PB competitions, dear Brother! This must come to you very naturally by now! Lovely!

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      2012.02.19 Edited

      Congratulations dear friend. Very well deserved placement. This is really a wonderful shot.

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      2012.02.19 Edited

      Congratulations on your first place in the theme, good to see the peace idea get such an airing, well done Masoud

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      2012.02.19 Edited

      Congrats my friend ! Very glad to see your picture in 1st place for the weekly theme . :-)

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      2012.02.18 Edited

      Looks like your pawns have the advantage.....Very nicely done Masoud!

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      2012.01.31 Edited

      I love it, a magnificent picture. The chess game of smart people created by smart people.

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      2012.01.30 Edited

      Are you a chess player, Bro? I am not really good at it, though I was interested as a child... now, I doubt these peasants scattered in the front can do much harm to the Queen and the King, no matter what assistance they get, or? But the DOF is ever so great, and the colors in the background are just exquisite!

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      2012.01.30 Edited

      Good for the theme. In spite of living in the FSU, I know zilch about chess (my sons do) so I don't know if this arrangement of pieces means anything or not.

      I have often heard that chess was played in the time of the Talmud. I thought [url=http://www.schachquellen.de/15059.html]this link[/url] interesting,

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      Maz
      2012.01.28 Edited

      Great shot! I haven't played chess in a while! :))

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      2012.01.28 Edited

      A very beautiful relief for this shooting ! Fantastic

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      2012.01.28 Edited

      Great look on this capture! Perfect for the technique this week!

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      2012.01.28 Edited

      What a gorgeous shot! Perfect for the challenge. Love everything about it

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      2012.01.27 Edited

      Wow!! I LOVE chess...this is a fantastic image, Masoud! Beautifully done for the challenge! Check....and mate ;))))