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BressPhotography December 20, 2014
Amazing!
PRO
 
sweetpea72 February 05, 2016
Perfect!
 
stschultze March 27, 2016
Masterpiece -the motion adds a wonderful depth to the photo :)
 
brandonbowman October 15, 2016
Very well done!
 
victorsmith March 27, 2017
Just Beautiful

Pausing For Affection



A couple stops for a kiss on a busy city street.
A couple stops for a kiss on a busy city street.
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Contest Finalist in Couples In Love Photo Contest
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Behind The Lens

Location
Tel Aviv, Israel
Time
Around 6 pm
Lighting
Street lighting and lighting from surrounding businesses
Equipment
Tripod, Canon Camera, Standard lens - no flash :)
Inspiration
My friend called me at work one day to say that she was eloping and headed to the airport, but wanted one quick "engagement" photo before they got on the plane. I had about 30 minutes to run home, get my equipment and meet them. I only got in a few shots (including this one) before they took off. Nine months later their gorgeous son was born, and a beautiful documentary about her turbulent pregnancy, called "Week 23", is currently in theaters.
Editing
Enhanced the saturation a bit, sharpened a bit, but not much!
In my camera bag
About 5 different lenses (only 1 that I really use these days - the wide angle), tripod, and hotshoe flash.
Feedback
Go to an area of the city that is well lit, with lots of traffic. The shutter doesn't need to be open that long, less than a second, but long enough to get the effect of movement. No flash needed, but a tripod will definitely be required.

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