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Jasper87 Plus
12 3.0k 162 England
4 Jun 2020 7:54AM
A human remote control....no problems.
cats_123 Plus
18 5.1k 30 Northern Ireland
4 Jun 2020 9:09AM
Mental aperture?😁😁
dudler Plus
18 1.9k 1932 England
4 Jun 2020 9:36AM
It depends who set everything up...
4 Jun 2020 9:45AM

Quote:It depends who set everything up...[/quote

I used my wife as a model to set the focus point, aperture, shutter speed and ISO. She stood where I asked her and pressed the shutter. I could have used a tripod and remote but wanted the option of asking my wife to take several pictures from different angles without having to keep adjusting the focus.

mrswoolybill Plus
15 3.2k 2521 United Kingdom
4 Jun 2020 9:57AM
Joint effort. Photographers' wives are a very patient, obliging species... Wink
4 Jun 2020 10:56AM

Quote:Joint effort. Photographers' wives are a very patient, obliging species... Wink




True, mine has been very patient for 47 years.
Daisymaye Plus
13 23 23 Canada
4 Jun 2020 2:10PM
You're a lucky man having such a patient wife for so long. An interesting and well captured image.
pamelajean Plus
16 1.7k 2253 United Kingdom
4 Jun 2020 4:32PM
I do appreciate that you set this up and asked your wife to take the picture, and there's nothing wrong with that, also the result is excellent, but I wish she had avoided that red something at the bottomSmile.
4 Jun 2020 4:47PM

Quote:I do appreciate that you set this up and asked your wife to take the picture, and there's nothing wrong with that, also the result is excellent, but I wish she had avoided that red something at the bottomSmile.



The red and white objects are combs and ironically my wife did point out she didn't like them in the picture but I insisted they stay. I agree they can be distracting and I'll consider removing them if I edit the picture again.
dudler Plus
18 1.9k 1932 England
5 Jun 2020 10:05AM
There was an extra condition to marriage, in my case - that I never ask her to carry a tripod. Only broken when she has required me to take a picture...

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