who was it jethro

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  1. mysteryscribe

    mysteryscribe TPF Noob!

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    I wonder: Do you remember who was the first person you manipulated (moved about ect) before photographing. More than a simple snapshot, I mean. Not neccesarily a portrait, just a shot that meant enough to move the person around or change the lighting.
     
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    Since I don't like directing people, that would probably be myself. It might have been this one, which was originally just a black and white image and the globe was plain white. I added the fire in later using Paint Shop Pro after scanning became more available. (It's me holding a globe light over my head.)

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    Though I'm pretty sure this one of my brother came before that. I didn't care about the lighting at the time, but I'm the one that put the tape on him.

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    <--- The avatar; aka self portrait.

    I think I might have moved that lamp a bit.
    I also got myself into that mirror. :p
     
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    the first person I remember moving to better light was way back in the sixties. I asked a young waitress, in an asian restaurant, to step outside under a tree so I could make a shot of her with my brand new petri 7s rangefinder.
     

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