Raptor in Red
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|This is the first in a series. Forgive me if I'm redundant over the next few days. This dinosaur was captured (on my digital camera!) at a nearby dinosaur park. I used the negative image and simply added color to the grays. My daughter tells me it's quite red, but it only looks vaguely red to me.|
This dinosaur is, of course, a Utah Raptor, the model species for the film JURASSIC PARK's velociraptor. The teeth really are quite sharp!
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It's a very good composition David, an original idea to use the negative and I like the angel of this shot.
You can post this pic on Scav Hunt "From a low angle".
Very interresting angle and good use of negative. color is good for me. well done.
- sito (60)
- [2004-10-21 21:46]
I wish this would be most hi-tech xray digital cam :) I like the angle too.
- [2005-01-04 23:06]
I really like the x-ray effect, giving all the importance to the subject. I also like the faint red tones. Well positioned subject, very well done!