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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.
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Sunday, 13th December, 2009 (GMT)
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