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© Michael Asaro
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UploadedNovember 18, 2011
TakenNovember 18, 2011
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D300S
Exposure1/60 sec at f/3.2
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length17 mm
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A youngster at the Generali School of Literature and the Arts in Middlebury, Ct. peers through
an amber stained glass window
Friday morning while the teacher
shut off the lights for a second to
get the childrens' attention. This
was a one shot deal. I shot this with a Nikon D300s with a 17 mm 2.8 lens using an SB 800 strobe
with a Gary Fong Lightsphere bounced off the hallway ceiling. I set my white balance to the cloudy
setting as opposed to flash keeping the picture the same Kelvin temperature as I saw it. I love this photo and I'm entering this in the Through The Window catergory with just about 68 days left because I feel this is a strong photo. Your eyes immediately go to the child's eyes, then the blackness of the room and to the vertical and horizontal lines of the window frames and right back to the child. I love this shot,. What about you? It's a great capture and just so monochromatic! Michael Asaro photo C 2011

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