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Uploaded 30 Oct 2009
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© Christine Lebrasseur
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UploadedOctober 30, 2009
TakenSeptember 13, 2009
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 50D
Exposure1/60 sec at f/4
FlashCompulsory Flash
Focal Length50 mm
ISO400
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Francine, mon modèle impromptu refuse toujours que l'on prenne des photos de son visage. Elle est atteinte d'une maladie orpheline ; l'Ataxie cérébelleuse, héréditaire, incurable et qui atteint inexorablement le système nerveux central sans affecter ses facultés mentales.

Cette image lui est destiné, un hommage à sa dignité, à sa force et à son combat de chaque jour...
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Francine, my sudden model always refuses that we take photos of her face. She is reached by an orphan disease; Cerebellar ataxia, hereditary, incurable and which affects inexorably the central nervous system without affecting her mental faculties.

This image is intended for her, a tribute to her dignity, her strength and in her every day fight.

In the story Force.

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  • Kevin Kabuki

    Kevin Kabuki gave props (30 Oct 2009):

    Somewhat familiar withthe ataxia branch of illness, my good friend's son has Frederick's Ataxia. Same basic prognosis. Terrifying. I understand the image, and the tribute. On a technical side, I've never learned the phoo editing involved in this sort of shot, but have always wanted to. Great work.

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