Sons of Affection

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© Scott Fisher
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UploadedApril 28, 2013
TakenJanuary 27, 2013
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 50D
Exposure1/25 sec at f/5.6
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length18 mm
ISO1250

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This is a shot I did for my two good high school friends that met and fell in love. They are getting married May 2013. This shot was taken in a barn in Nelson Nevada that went four stories up! This is only the first stair case in the place but I believe with the window above to the left it gave me just enough light a snap together the shot we were aiming for. This shot was to mimic the relationship of forged love between the wife and second husband in the TV show Sons of Anarchy. The best part about taking this picture to me is that I did not say, "look this way place yourself here," and all that jazz. I simply let them set up the whole essence of the space and posture/position to themselves. Even the negative space. I think it came out well with their set up.

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  • Kelly Nichols

    Kelly Nichols   gave props (30 Apr 2013):

    Yes, it did come out well. Nice job. Great POV and the tones are wonderful. Great location!

  • Capra Jensen

    Capra Jensen gave props (31 May 2013):

    This B&W has the same latitude of tonalities of an Ansel Adams photograph.

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