Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/04/08

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Subject: [Leica] Seder
From: don.dory at (Don Dory)
Date: Sat Apr 8 16:04:43 2006
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You know, it is not how long you spend or how hard it is, it is the
results.  This is largely a perfect scene.  Mom looks pretty grim, the
daughter looks like it is more fun than a chore, and the refrigerator art
lets you know that this is a normal, happy family.  Really a very
informative image.

My only comment is that I would use the transform tool to square up the
refrigerator and the line of cabinets in the background.  My eye is drawn to
the vanishing point and away from the grouchy mom.


On 4/8/06, Tina Manley <> wrote:
> Just to show you guys that this project is not all fun and
> games!!  Today I was substituting for another photographer and I
> drove 45 minutes to the other side of Charlotte to photograph a
> mother and daughter preparing their Seder meal.  I had imagined all
> kinds of good food being prepared and told my husband I might be gone
> all afternoon.  The mother opened two boxes of matzo ball mix, added
> two eggs and two tablespoons of oil and let the daughter stir
> it.  THAT WAS IT!!!  She said the mix had to sit in the refrigerator
> overnight and they'd make the balls tomorrow but that was all they
> were going to do for the Seder meal.  I drove 45 minutes back home
> and downloaded 25 photos of a mother and daughter preparing matzo
> ball mix.  Here's one:
> Fun and games, right!
> Tina
> Tina Manley, ASMP
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