Not to be trusted

Never trust a photographer. Ever. Even when she isn’t holding her camera to her face.
The photo below is the result of remote controlled photography.

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Taken in Maidenhead, where I lurk.

Much more practice with this technique is required. You’ve been warned. 😉

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5 thoughts on “Not to be trusted”

  1. Hi Jen
    Normally I’d just say nice picture and move on. This time something jarred in me. Behind the woman is a window. The window is made of glass. In the glass there is a reflection. The “High Street” street sign is in the reflection.

    Why isn’t it reflected? Why can we read it? Is it something you did in post or is it a really weird double reflection? Either way nice picture.

  2. You’ve found the other reason ‘not to be trusted’ – photographers manipulate, but in this case only slightly. I flipped the photo. Glad you spotted it! 🙂

  3. I need a remote! I’m so tired of losing the moment because someone gets self conscious with the thought they might be captured on film. (flash card?)

  4. Hi Sarah! Yes, get a remote. They’re great! Neil found cable remotes on ebay (Hong Kong seller, but the remotes are good quality) and we run the cable up through our sleeves like a string that hold mittens together! I have an IR remote as well but it has to point at the camera, which is no good.

    No one looks twice at this set up. 😉

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