posted by muggezifter at 11:44 PM
I really like this!Nice idea,very nice pictures...Keep on running!;-)
Hi, Im matthew from Buenos Aires, I have a picture running from camera here in Argentina, how can i send it to you?
@matias: It is not my intention to post pictures from others here, but I can put a link to it... you can send a link, or the picture itself, to email@example.com
Wow, I love your photos. I looked at your Flickr photos too. Great composition and great colors! Very original. I'm a bit of a photographer myself; I'm definitely taking notes :)
just found your blog and i love it so much!
Very funny blog :)
great man! you are going to have some followers i think! :Dcount me in!
You, sir, are a genius.
LOL.This is funny...an interesting idea though.
Brilliant. I love it.
Fun site! I'd like to know more about each photo. :)
Based on the measurement of your figure, it appears that 1) you are faster outdoors, and 2) that you are gradually picking up speed.And yes, I'm an American and came in via a link from Althouse.
Erg origineel! Dan denk ik "hoe kom je er toch op" Emtechttp://meermedia.blogspot.com/
what if someone steals your camera?
Cool! Run Forrest, Run!
Was the othe guy in the picture trying to run too? :-)Ran (yeah, that's my real name)
Oh come on, you can do better than that! And how about doing some where you run backwards or try running behind the camera. Or try setting the timer for say 5 seconds and then seeing if you can throw it into the air high enough for it to take the photo before it lands.Great site.
eerste keer dat ik vandaag zo hard moet lachen. merci jong, merci!
Do you ever worry that someone will steal your camera while you're running away from it?
Absolute genius!I love this!
what a great idea. i am going to link you on my blog!
Love the site!! I was wondering, does the fact that you are running ever scare other people on the street?
i hope no one steals your camera!
lol! This is awesome!
This is so cool, simple concept, great performance, funny pictures.Keep it up dude.groetjes uit Minnesota USA
I just love your idea!! Very simple ,yet nice and funny. Congrats'! :)
This is the most creative concept since Noah! Maybe you could later make a video of them all in a timeline.
He he, still smiling ...Trackback:Fotografie, Projekt: I put the self-timer on 2 seconds, ...http://sankt-georg.info/fotografie/239/holland-selbstausloeser-selbstportrait-rennenThat's what the Internet is good for ... ROTFL ...
Very interesting concept. Have you thought about wearing the same outfit in all the pictures... it'll be interesting to see a recurring theme (the outfit) but in different settings (the site you choose to set up the photo).I found your site from here:http://www.i-am-bored.com/bored_link.cfm?link_id=21595
You're kind of an idiot.Hey, someone had to say it.
@ace: I have actually thought about that. It would suggest more of a continuing story, I guess. But, it would mean a different, more deliberate way of working for me. As it is, it is a spur-of-the-moment thing: I take a picture if I see an opportunity and I feel like it. I don't go to a place especially to take a picture, these are the places where I spend my life. I like it better this way.
Thanks so much for the nod in 'It Ain't Me..', I appreciate it. I'm excited to see where you jog next!
Leuk idee en het levert mooie en grappige resultaten op... Goe gelachen, bedankt daarvoor ;)Maja
This rocks. Makes me want to get up and run down the road and enjoy the fact that i'm alive and have 2 working legs and simply rejoice in running.(i'm sure antelope feel like this some days...)a simple project, looks good and it inspires activity - tight!
Wonderful, wonderful idea. I love it and extremely creative!
Ziet er goed uit knul.Goed bezig!
Knap idee en leuke foto's kerel!!
Is there any chance you can take even more in fucking Rotterdam?! Get about a bit. Tool.
Nice...and you even give credit to the people guarding your camera :-) (for the people worried it gets stolen)
I wish I had thought of this! I hope to run from my camera in places such as these.
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The rules are simple: I put the self-timer on 2 seconds, push the button and try to get as far from the camera as I can.
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