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2d Photograph - Dropout by Brian Wallace

Dropout is a photograph by Brian Wallace which was uploaded on March 31st, 2011.

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Great art that entertains! L/F/P

Brian Wallace replied:

Thanks Nina, for the nice comment on my work and for the L/F/P.

Thanks for the fave Janal Koenig!

Awesome job! I love that museum, and this zany photo is a perfect use for that giant hand! It would make a great "come hang out at the museum" advertisement. Thanks for submitting it to the Humor Me contest.

Brian Wallace replied:

Thanks Randi, for the nice comment on my image. Are you familiar with that museum?

Brian Wallace replied:

Thanks for the fave Randi!

very good.. :)

Thanks for the fave Jeannette!

Thanks for the fave Christina. :)

Thanks Mary. I'm glad you got a laugh, and I appreciate your response to my sense of humor. Thanks for the vote also. :)

I love the laugh this one gave me! /v

Hehehe...looks like you had a bit of fun on this one! Great work! v/f

Brian Wallace replied:

Yes I did Kim. I'm extremely shy by nature so while I was in my driveway posing like I could be hanging from something with a remote in my hand and a delay on the shutter, I was wondering who might be watching me from the neighborhood.

Thanks for the nice comment Charles. Best of luck here at FAA!

A very different and unique composition. I love it...;)

I'll take a look!!

Thanks for the nice comment Sarah and Jeff. I have a group for this type of image called OOF - Out Of Frame http://fineartamerica.com/groups/oof--out-of-frame.html?tab=overview. I've included many tutorials on how to do this technique in the OOF group discussion. It's a lot of fun so go to the tutorials and experiment. If you come with something you like, join the group and enter your OOF images.

man these types of images are so cool! How the heck do you do that! haha. great job

Thank you for the nice comment Alison. I appreciate it very much!

Very neat. Love it

Thank you Jolante! This is one of my favorites but ironically, has never received that much response. I appreciate your kind remarks. :)

Fabulously original work!

Thanks Kathy! I'm glad you like it. I really like the 3D stereo versions but I realize most viewers probably aren't prepared for that format.

hahahaha thats funny stuff, love it !!!!!!!!

Thank you very much Judy. I'm glad you like it!

Thanks for the Fav Nikki!

Thank you Christine. I appreciate the fav and vote!

Fav and vote for this outstanding image!! :-)

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