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Exposure Date: 2010:07:25 19:59:49;
Model: NIKON D200;
Exposure Time: 1/60.0 seconds s;
FNumber: f/1.8;
ISOSpeedRatings: ISO 200;
ExposureProgram: Other;
ExposureBiasValue: 0
MeteringMode: Other;
Flash: Flash fired, red-eye reduction mode, return light not detected;
FocalLength: 35.0 mm mm;
FocalLengthIn35mmFilm: 52 mm;
Software: Adobe Photoshop CS3 Macintosh;

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As I see it, she has been drinking and has become paranoid in thinking the two women in the foreground are talking about her.  :)   Great moment captured Deb!


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I very much like the image, the idea and the concept. Great contrast between these two scenes - one in the front (talking heads) and one in the background (a surprised lady). And I like how these two scenes are well orgnised to one. Excellent work, Andrea!

I can also see here a message - if you drink a wine in amount like this lady does, your view will be hazy. But please don´t surprise, it is normal:).

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thanks, deb, thanks gunnar. i'm forcing myself to have more faces in my photos, more life. but here the ispiration has been (many miles from it) the photo "alice in wonderland" of El porte-bonheur

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cleverly composed photo, appears a bit different from your lates uploads as here, my attention is mainly focused on the content. The blurred faces in the foreground are not only an important part of the story but they create an extra plane which gives the photo an impression of depth and leads the viewer's eye into the scene in the background. There's a litttle drama in the moment but it's difficult to find clear and unambiguous answers to all the questions about it. Best regards, ciao:-}

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Story telling frozen moment! Right out of the movie. The facial expression and pose as such is priceless. The out of focus fg conversation adds that little extra - a real teaser. Fantastic work, Andrea. More to come? Saluti!

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Andrea, I actually was 'surprised' to see this capture of yours ( and your latest as well :-) here on PN.  You are definitely taking some new directions here, and I really applaud that! On this photo, I like the way you centrally framed the (sorry for the expression -- slightly pathetic looking) lady in your photo. Two different planes with the 2 other two ladies, and thus setting a decor for your capture right away. The lady in question not only seems surprised to me, but also somewhat annoyed with you taking her picture...? ( & hope that she didn't yell at you afterwards...) Her expression is revealing to me as well as to the content of the bottle next to her.... A true slice of (a particular) life, captured with your experienced eye...! -- Hope that you're enjoying your summer! -- Ciao, M




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