Categories abstract Lowlight Photos Urban bally zoom Post author By Rian Post date January 7, 2010 24 Comments on bally zoom ..time flies (and so does your money too) when you’re having fun.. Tags Bally's, Las Vegas, Walkalator ← paris → crystals 24 replies on “bally zoom” Oh, wow, I have another new favorite on your site:-) Sherri is right. This one is outstanding for its impact and colors! Encore une belle image. Fait des photos plutôt que de jouer, ça coute moins cher 🙂 Wow, this is great, love the lines and the colours of the light. Congrat to this beautiful shot. Weeeee! THis is awesome! Infinity and beyond! Wow Hypnotic! Really well done! Very cool…did you zoom the lens during exposure to get the motion effect? thanks, man.. nope, i just placed the cam on top of the rubber part of the walkalator.. 🙂 Great effect and beautiful. Looks like you were going at warp speed to get away from the slot machines. Gosh Dang…cool beans. Trying to figure out how you did it. LOVE IT !!!! Amazing shot, amazing colors and symmetry !!! Really BRAVO for this one ! Love the composition, the sharpness, the way the photo seems to have movement . Love it! Great way of thinking/planning the shot. i feel like Buck Rogers! the vegas effect i see? =] Spectacular shot Rian, definitely one that appeals to me, another to add to my favorite list, excellent! To infinity and beyond!!! Like the colours and movement in this shot. Nicely done. Hope you managed to make a little cash too… thanks, man! 🙂 nope, i knew better than to gamble.. i just took photos.. ;D You blow my mind. This is beyond cool. Great (fast) thinking. that is amazing. wow. Wow…love it! Fantastic lines, color, light! Very cool abstract! Wonderful, graphics, colours and perspective, well done, Rian 😉 Great job Rian! Excellent experimenting and result. My comments are behind but I do see the pics as they are posted. Just threw that out there. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.