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    Framing Fiasco, a cautionarty word

    Was doing the touristy thing in France last week. Framed up this narrow thoroughfare as an interesting shot.And being on the move it was not a subject matter that we could return to for a make up shot. It was not until we downloaded the shot back at base that we noticed that the young woman in the bottom of the RHS of frame was apparently having a gestational period akin to that of an elephant, evidence of which she failed to hide with her truncated T-shirt. The only saving grace is that her family will never get to see her disporting herself so around the Streets of Paris.
    If only we had checked the corners of the viewfinder and picked up that wretched forearm which was aligned in the wrong place at the wrong time before we pushed the shutter button. If you take a good look you will just pick up the fingers and a silver wrist band. They say the camera never lies. Oh, yeah?
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    Framing Fiasco, a cautionarty word
    Last edited by ucci; 25th June 2013 at 07:48 AM.

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    Re: Framing Fiasco, a cautionarty word

    Shame on you for pixel peeping at nether regions!

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    Re: Framing Fiasco, a cautionarty word

    Definitely over exposed and looks like development time is almost up.

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