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    Question What can you get from a single light?

    I suspect this may be a little too "artsy" for you guys, but ... how about this?

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    Cool shot I like it.
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    And knowing when to get out of the way!!!!
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    Answer..what a quarterback sees?

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    And regrets it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonSchap View Post
    I suspect this may be a little too "artsy" for you guys, but ... how about this?

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    Like they say, it's all in knowing where to stand.
    i like it alot. the towel in the background needs to go though. its just nice to see you actually post a photo to be honest.
    and no, i still dont think the sun shines out of your ass.
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    Well, this particular model went on to become a nun, I do believe. So, I suppose I will have to create it all over again, to adequately "lose the towel.". It was a "rush to judgment" shot, where I got a wild hair and just did it, early in my photography hobby. Like they say, "90% perspiration, 10% inspiration." Those hot lights are a royal pain.

    Looking at it a little differently, with the "towel" (actually her shirt) in the image, it does not have that sterile studio look to it, either. It's a bit more ... casual? You know, nothing to hide.
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    Umm Don we have the guys do that in the jail also, but we have the bright lights going the other way!!
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    We'll have nun of that, Sean. I was simply making a point of light, so to speak.
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