Some Not-So-Usual Photos

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These are photos of one Russian online community members of which enjoy making some staged photos with creepy plot. Here we have some of their recent topics, like:

“A Cheating Wife: You need to make a photo of a man, “a lover”, hanging outside the real window. The window should be not lower than a 3rd store of a multi-stored building. “A husband” should lean out from another window with a gun, aiming at “the lover”. From yet another window “the cheating wife” should look out in despair.”

“The Waiter: A man dressed like a water should crawl out of a refuse chute in some multi-stored building, right from the disposal opening. He should hold a tray with some servings and a towel in another hand”

“A Zombie: A man, rolled up in bandages should crawl on his stomach at a pedestrian crossing. He should have a knife sticking out of his back. Another guy should chase him with a working chainsaw”

“The Pickles: Make a photo of many jars of pickles. Some of them should have pickled cell-phones. Not less than five cell phones in each jar please”

“A Pyramid: You should have a three level pyramid on the photo. The first level is some random truck, the second is a passenger car and some two-wheeled thing on the top of “the pyramid” please.”

Now see what they got shot after they got those tasks. The members of this community live in different Russian cities, they make the photos in their own neighborhoods, right in the middle of the day while sudden passers-by watching them doing this stuff.

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via en.cx

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101 thoughts on “Some Not-So-Usual Photos”

    • Red for Russia.

      Is it common for people to own assault rifles in russia? Most people in america I would say have hand guns and hunting rifles, and a small majority own assualt rifles. They’re just too hard to conceal, so a handgun for protection is ideal. Can someone inform me of the gun laws in russia?

    • Yes, I too noticed, except one guy who had floral prints on maroon background. But you know, Russia is associated with Red.

  1. Careful! Careful! Careful with that axe, Eugene!

    Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

    Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3R2PgMiTvw

    • Our website is http://www.en.cx
      And this project calls Encounter. This game comes from Belarus and now we play this game in many countries.

  2. hehe this is really good 😀 😀 😀 😀

    I love it a lot, and someone should give a link in order to make it worldwide. this would be soooo good !!

    as for guns, i cannot read russian, but i believe you said that many people have guns at home … and i am sure its true.

    • website is en.cx (its on all the photos). Site is in many languages. Its some sort of games, and there are sections all over the world, including new york in usa.

      direct link to english version of site: http://www.en.cx/?lang=en

  3. I love how they managed to work in some Elvis stuff into the balcony pictures. Its brilliant how the Elvis impersonators can barely be seen, yet cannot be missed in each photo.

  4. In pictures 7 & 9 [new apartment buildings, red bricks] I’d say the guy with the gun cannot shoot the guy in the red ball hugger, unless he can shoot around a corner…

    Also, some of the screaming ladies could make more of an effort – they don’t look too convincing…

  5. These are awesome, especially the apartment building standoff scene and the car/truck pyramid. The instructions for the scenes are hilarious – I’d like to try describing a picture to these photographers and seeing how well they pull it off.
    This is a neat game that could be easily imitated in North America, but a large part of the appeal of these pictures, to me, at least, is the foreing aspect and the incomprehensibility of it all. Translate and post some more!

  6. My Russian friends:

    What a wonderful funny contest… you guys are the best, and I applaud you. The spirit of Bulgakov and Kharms is definitely alive and well, and they would have loved to see this!

    If any of you can get over to Washington, DC, please let me know, and I’ll show you around and buy you some beers. We need some humor in this town immediately (Bush doesn’t count).

  7. What a great idea, staged themed photos, a link to the main site would be great and I agree with the person that made comment this should go worldwide… nice.

  8. Rofl, these pics are wonderful! Nice work people, keep it going! I love Russia by the way, I’ll be travelling there one day (probably in the next two years). Greetz, Endlezz

  9. It looks like 2 of the last 3 pics in the cheating wife set don’t meet the requirements. You see the bars on the first floor windows (which are not on the levels above) and the shrubs in the one picture) It is cool to see this sort of thing though and it is a great conecpt.

    “A Cheating Wife: You need to make a photo of a man, “a lover”, hanging outside the real window. The window should be not lower than a 3rd store of a multi-stored building.

  10. In Soviet America, this kind of humour not appreciated.

    You get arrested and sent to jail for disturbing peace.

    Especially chainsaw joke. No good! No good!

    Russia is so free and fun! I wish Soviet America could have more freedom of expression!

  11. Wow, this is a whole lot like SF0. I’m really happy to hear that they have something similar in the mysterious east.

    Some of their tasks might even be inspiration for some new ones for us.

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  18. Well, i like everything that i saw. I had always thought that Russians are Awsome, but some of the things that i saw like the two little girls drinking i don’t think is ok for them to do that. They don’t have the mentality neither the potential for them to drink that way. Anywyas other than that i Love them. I think they are the best.

  19. Пздц, согласна, ну ладно мы сюда заходим так как мы русские, самим интересно, а эти д-бы сюда как попадают? Реально, создается впечатление что все эти люди параноики- русофобы которым больше нечем себя развлечь, либо неудачники которым не дала какая-нибудь русская девушка. И судя по количеству их бредовых комментов, таких людей в мире пугающе дохрена) 0о

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  32. Hey guys of US, isn’t it so obvious that pictures with “red pants and guns” are not real? It looks like fake or performance. In those pictures people are having fun. Do you think we all have guns and guns-machines at home? LOL. It insanity. You scared of our country? Ok. Get it.

  33. They’re brilliant. Its not about boredom, its taking an idea or a challenge and having some fun with it. I want to join them.

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