Oops! Caught someone else's flash! :D

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  1. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    This is one of the hundreds of photos that I took during the dance theatre performance of that dance school where my daughter also goes to, and it seems like I caught someone else's flash here :D.
    I still haven't gone through all my pics of Friday (this is one from Friday) and Sunday, though I am working on them like crazy, my eyes hurt, tears are streaming (well, just about ;)), but I think there was another one later that has the same phenomenon. Funny! :D

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    I feel even more in awe with emayd's photos now than I ever have, by the way.
     
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    It still turned out better than when I caught my wifes flash at Noahs 1st birthday party! (Damn red-eye flashes!)

    Mine was mostly white with a faint, washy "ghost" in there! :lol:
     
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    That's pretty cool actually! Not so much a blooper really?!
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, it certainly was not my plan to get a photo like this!
    I have many a blooper from my onstage photos of that dance piece - not necessarily all with someone else's flash in them. My - so much went wrong. I have never done anything like this before... But yes, this one is here because in a way I find it cool ;).
     
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    Right. I knew there was another one which I caught towards the end of the show, and I went to look for it to downsize it and present here, even though I am still far from being at that point in my postprocessing work, I have barely finished to work on the first act :)roll: ) - but this clearly is not my flash as I am in the photo myself (sort of, heehee, as a shadow, :biggrin: )

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    I had a similar thing once posted here a LONG time ago. Except it was a very wide angle shot of a big room, and I caught the flash of just a small group of tourists.

    It always gives some great interesting effects. I've been thinking of how this can be taken out of the realm of blooper and simply be making a subject stick out of a otherwise dull scene.
     
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    You know I shot weddings for thirty odd years with every person there firing flash over my shoulder and I never once had this happen. I have no idea why but I never even considered that it might. It's interesting to see it.
     

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