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Stolen Photograph
Lens: 18-55 Camera: k-5 Photo Location: Batavia, NY ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 3s Aperture: F11 
Posted By: Scottnorwo, 08-24-2014, 01:55 PM

A photo taken at a local studio, where our group was getting a chance to use studio lights. this is what I do when its not my turn, I steal photos from the background. Yes this is a 3 second shot. I was waiting for the studio flash to light up the scene. I got very lucky.

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Considering that you sneakily stole someone's moment ... you did very well!
Cheers!
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These images are just a joy when conditions come together to give results like this.
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Well timed and executed..................

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Lovely picture. Surely you don't mean the exposure was three seconds, but rather the opportunity was that length.
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Great catch! When there is an opportunity you have to take advantage.
Too bad the hands are cut off:-)
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The light in the hair is gorgeous and the softness gives a wonderful atmosphere of innocence. This is one example countering the obsessive concern of needing a sharp lens..
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The light in the hair is gorgeous and the softness gives a wonderful atmosphere of innocence. This is one example countering the obsessive concern of needing a sharp lens..
Thanks arnold. Helps that the photographer who owns the studio is also a hairdresser.

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Great catch! When there is an opportunity you have to take advantage.
Too bad the hands are cut off:-)
Thanks volley, got the hands in some other shots I "stole" that evening.

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Lovely picture. Surely you don't mean the exposure was three seconds, but rather the opportunity was that length.
Yes arnold the exposure was 3 seconds. I stood as still as I could waiting for the photographer who's turn it was to shoot hit his shutter.

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Well timed and executed..................
thanks eaglem

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These images are just a joy when conditions come together to give results like this.
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Considering that you sneakily stole someone's moment ... you did very well!
Cheers!
Thanks jpzk. it was actually fun being sneaky and I got some amazing photos in exchange

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Nicely done!
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Sometimes, crime does pay. :-)

Worked nicely! I'd have been tempted to steal as many as possible.
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Stolen or not, it's a gorgeous image Tom.
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Nicely done!
Thank you

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Sometimes, crime does pay. :-)

Worked nicely! I'd have been tempted to steal as many as possible.
Thanks, and yes it pays sometimes, especially when having nothing to do while another photographer shoots the model.

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Stolen or not, it's a gorgeous image Tom.
Thanks Heinrich
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QuoteOriginally posted by Scottnorwo Quote
A photo taken at a local studio, where our group was getting a chance to use studio lights. this is what I do when its not my turn, I steal photos from the background. Yes this is a 3 second shot. I was waiting for the studio flash to light up the scene. I got very lucky.

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I like the softness here.
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I end up wondering if the "real image"was as good.
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