Accidental Still Life #1

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© D.A. Wagner
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UploadedOctober 5, 2009
TakenOctober 2, 2009
MakeCanon
ModelCanon PowerShot G10
Exposure1/320 sec at f/3.5
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length6.1 mm
ISO80
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Shoppers love to touch food. They touch for freshness and to smell and to taste. They touch for the sake of feeling something that is as essential as the air we breathe. They are the unseen human presence in my market images and constantly changing the landscapes I capture at the Union Square Market, here in NYC.

Just a few seconds later, this tableaux was gone.

Forever.

For all the thousands of photographs I have taken in the market (a quick count shows about 2300 since June, 2009), this image is a gift.

3 responses

  • Marie-Suzanne Nunes

    Marie-Suzanne Nunes gave props (5 Oct 2009):

    Great capture!

  • Adam Borowski

    Adam Borowski said (7 Oct 2009):

    Love the way you lit it.

  • D.A. Wagner

    D.A. Wagner said (7 Oct 2009):

    Quite a compliment, thank you, but this was not artificially lit. It is simply available light at the right time of day and Adobe Lightroom.

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