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It's tough working for the phone company these days, lol!
But seriously, I took this photograph at Z-Day 2009. Z-Day is an annual zombie event run by students attending the Rhode Island School of Design. Volunteers get makeup and blood splattered all over them and then descend on the streets of Providence, terrorizing its residents. I had such a great time at this year's event. I dressed up as a reporter and lugged around my D200 taking photographs of the other zombies. This telephone company worker typified the creative uniforms that the students wore. Afterall, in the event of a zombie invasion, every walk of life would be affected!
For more information on Providence's Z-Day event, check out stopthevirus.org. I have a bunch of images from the event in one of my Facebook galleries.
Nikon D200 with a Sigma 30mm f/1.4 lens @ f/7.1 ISO 800 1/60 sec. and Nikon SB-600 flash.
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