Challenge has finished
In the study of "method" acting, there is an exercise called a provate moment, where the actor does something that they do while alone than no one sees. This is intended to free the actor from inhibitions that prohibit the full expression of his art. So let's see a photograph of a private moment. Great photographers have always done this, so go for it. I want to see expressions of true human emotion. There must be at least one person in the shot, but not more than three.
Show full rules
Sunday, 13th December, 2009 (GMT)
Sunday, 20th December, 2009 – Saturday, 26th December, 2009 (GMT)
Sunday, 27th December, 2009 – Saturday, 2nd January, 2010 (GMT)
Capture date rules:
Maximum number of entries per user:
Maximum number of entries in challenge:
~ a sweet moment for an unknown little girl as she awaited her turn to take the stage for her class rooms school's musical presentation...No special lighting, or flash or tripod was used. I took the photo with what little light was available in the auditorium...using a 70-200 MM Canon 'L' lens, at quite some distance - which certainly made a signficant difference in being able to capture what otherwise would have been an unacceptable photograph.
|Submitted:||Sunday, 20th December, 2009 18:06 (GMT)|
|Taken:||Thursday, 12th November, 2009|
|Notes:||I didn't note the setting, however, I am certain the ISO was high, the Aperture wide open and focal time slow...hand hand, with extraordinary poor photo ready lighting.|
p previous n next c challenge f full size r retract vote # vote
|Iconic Tree by Jerry-astro|
from Fall colors
|USA1053a by embie|
from We salute you!
|Pot of Gold by Take5|
from Flower center
|Zombie DP by MarioSS|
Most popular cameras
Beginner's GuidesGetting StartedIn-depth testingLatest Camera ReviewsBeyond the studio testsFeature Articles and Videossee how we seeSample GalleriesChoose the best camera for you2017 Product Roundupsreal world performanceField Test VideosThrowback ThursdayClassic Cameras from Days PastWhat's that Noise?Shedding some light on the sources of noise