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My 16 year old granddaughter Mia (I can't believe it!), had her Prom last week. I was asked to photograph the occasion and arrived with flash and reflectors to be used as necessary (I hate flash tho). Unfortunately there were 25 people in my daughter's garden all friends or relatives right up to Mia's 96 yr old Gt GM who was the only person not scrabbling around with a P&S or mostly phone or tablet. I had little chance of posed shots in the relatively small space. In any case I've always preferred off guard moments. I managed just one quickly posed shot shot outside the prom hall with my S-in-L holding the reflector as she was anxious get away to meet up with friends as they arrived (you can see the reflection of the reflector in her eyes - 2nd last or 2nd image  depending how these load). Most every shot was grabbed but I'm quite happy with them. Her boyfriend for almost 2 yrs is actually a little younger. Things have changed a lot since I were a lad.


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Taken with FUJIFILM X-T1

  • 60 mm
  • 1/350
  • f f/2.4
  • ISO 200
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