Saturday, January 03, 2009

Object of Attention

Yesterday I posted a snapshot of a photographer intend upon his subject. These two women, especially the one with very long hair, attracted much attention. The photographer spent a great deal of time capturing their image.

8 comments:

  1. Hi Kate! Hope you survived the food and the champagne, and entered 2009 in great shape! ;))
    Happy New Year!
    Blogtrotter is posting on Delhi; lots to see… Hope you like it and wish you a great weekend!

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  2. Hmmm ..interesting. Did they know? I know you have every right to take pictures of people in a public space (or private with public access) but anything beyond a couple of snaps will normally get the attention of the subject. Always touchy.

    Nice hair and very photogenic face.

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  3. Snapshutter, Hmmm...why do you assume that perhaps this was not taken with permission? Curious.

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  4. You're right, I shouldn't assume. The telephoto made me think he was shooting from a distance, which of course doesn't necessarily imply they weren't having some sort of photo session, or even just some impromptu snaps, with permission. I've been reading to much on the subject of photographers' rights, and its making me a bit cautious.

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  5. I guess it makes a change for him from all the plants!

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  6. They are beautiful subjects, Kate.
    Ah youth :-)

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  7. You got me...I did not think this was what I would see being photographed at the zoo! Beautiful ladies.

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  8. We had a photographer doing a shoot of a young lady in our neck of the woods the other day. I couldn't believe how much time and effort went into it.

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