- Moving Human Sihoulette- taken at Night - (No BW/Sepia)

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Main subject = ONE night sihoulette of WHOLE adult human. If there's more than one main sihoulette, or if the sihoulette of the human isn't at least 85% whole, the entry will be disqualified. Sihoulette should occupy a reasonably large area, i.e between 3-99% of the photo area. No Baby, No Babies, No Kid, No Kids, No Teenager, No Teenagers, No Live animal, No Live animals, No Baby, No Babies. Dead animals are allowed to be present in the photo as back/foreground. Finally give description of your shot and explain how you took and process it.
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Dancing in the dark
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Actually complete darkness. I had to set them up with a flashlight. The bride asked why are we dancing when nobody can see us lol!
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Submitted: Sunday, 18th July, 2010 18:01 (GMT)
Taken: Saturday, 18th August, 2007
Focal length: 19 mm
Shutter speed: 1/60 sec
Aperture: F5
ISO: 400
Notes: One Lumedyne behind the BG, one SB800 far left to illuminate the pathway and to trigger the two SB800's lighting the pyramid.
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