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03 Jan 2012 83 views
 
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How Many Photographers ....

 

 

... Does it take to set up a shoot.

 

The wind was a touch too high to keep the truck from swaying and so there was much debate on how it could be steadied. After some time a solution was found but the rain started again. So leaving the set-up until later we retired to shelter.

 

As night fell the rain stopped so we did manage a reasonable shoot by the end of the day.

 

lift

 

How Many Photographers ....

 

 

... Does it take to set up a shoot.

 

The wind was a touch too high to keep the truck from swaying and so there was much debate on how it could be steadied. After some time a solution was found but the rain started again. So leaving the set-up until later we retired to shelter.

 

As night fell the rain stopped so we did manage a reasonable shoot by the end of the day.

 

lift

 

comments (7)

Brillant capture Les! I also enjoyed your narrative.
Les Auld: Thanks Frances, appreciate the comment.
i like the lighting here. nice textures of the rusty wagons
Les Auld: Thanks Ayush, appreciate the comment.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 3 Jan 2012, 08:45
Love the nocturnal shot Les
Les Auld: It did seem to work OK Chris, thanks for the comment.
It would have looked good swaying in the wind.

Like Chris i love the night shot
Les Auld: Difficult to capture in a still picture Bill, thanks for the comment.
You have more patience than me. The resulting night photo is very good.
Les Auld: You do seem to hang around for quite a while Martin, thanks for the comment.
  • Linda
  • United Kingdom
  • 3 Jan 2012, 11:24
I like both, the night one has very rich colours smile
Les Auld: Glad you like them Linda, thanks for the comment.
I guess you get to meet quite a lot of people going on these shoots Les, the bottom shot made the journey worthwhile.
Les Auld: You get to start recognising faces Brian, thanks for the comment.

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