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Ohhhh, No! There Goes Tokyo... - created by kyricom


Ohhhh, No! There Goes Tokyo...
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  • Camera: RICOH IMAGING COMPANY, LTD.
  • Camera model: PENTAX K-3
  • Exposure time: 1/25
  • Aperture: f/10.0
  • ISO: 800

Go... Go... Godzilla! (162 days ago)

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King Kong versus Godzilla - created by Wayne Cheah


King Kong versus Godzilla
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avatar FallingHorse

Wow, that's quite a collection of dust bunnies on your sensor

author says:

Thanks. There goes the neighborhood. Will some "spring cleaning"

(5 years and 705 days ago)


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Godzilla in the snow - created by lbadge320


Godzilla in the snow
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Exposure 4 sec (4)
Aperture f/5.6
Focal Length 50 mm (5 years and 1008 days ago)

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kyricom says:

Hooray! Godzilla Rocks!

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GODZILLA! - created by kyricom


GODZILLA!
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Inspired by the U.S. hydrogen nuclear weapon tests on Bikini atoll, he was originally named Gojira. The film was released in 1954 - and later, his name became Godzilla. He was a metaphor for Japan's views on nuclear weapons, and later nuclear power, with his "character" changing through the years (bad guy/good guy etc.) to reflect their attitudes. There were around 10 Japanese movies, and then two more made by Hollywood (who, of course, ruined it). He also had a cartoon series and numerous toy lines. (5 years and 1131 days ago)

avatar k5683
k5683 says:

how did you get the background? Is this a picture of a godzilla in front of another picture?

avatar Ory
Ory says:

Not sure how big the background picture you have is, but if you could move the model away from it as much as you can so that the buildings look smaller that would be even better! Godzilla in my mind is as big as 20 stories, but here he looks really little lol. Great concept!

author says:

Yes, k5683. It is my toy Godzilla in front of a photo of London during WW II.

Your thoughts on perspective are right, Ory, but this was the only picture I had for a background like this and it isn't very big. - BUT, notice you can't see Godzilla's feet! I'm pretty sure he's standing in a hole that his explosions made!

avatar Momof4boyoboys

Good idea for this....love it

avatar friiskiwi
friiskiwi says:

great idea and execution.

avatar magicsteve

I just noticed that you used cotton for the "smoke" coming from Godzilla's mouth. That...is awesome. Classic craftiness at its best. Excellent creativity and great shot, author.

avatar jeaniblog
jeaniblog says:

Great shot, wish I'd kept the kids' dinosaur collection..

author says:

Thanks for noticing, magicsteve. Yes, I put a small piece of clay inside Godzilla's mouth and then took a wooden skewer used for cooking and skewered some cotton balls, fluffing them out at the end. I stuck the skewer in the clay and then got the red in Godzilla's mouth by shining a laser pointer through the back of the cotton.

avatar maclu2iaf
maclu2iaf says:

seriously you make it look classic!

avatar nishagandhi

wow this is great.... great imagination...well put together..

avatar MnMCarta
MnMCarta says:

I love this!!!! You never stop amazing me with your imagination

avatar agthakurtas

great pic author...gl.

avatar FallingHorse

Very creative - love the "smoke"

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kathyw says:

great

avatar Chuck
Chuck says:

Congrats on your win

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