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Feb 13, 2019 01:57:21   #
BrentHarder
 
davefales wrote:
Great story and shots, Brent. Any idea what the movie would be? Definitely odd. Our daughter has used German au pairs for more than six years and they all have to visit LA, SF and LV.


Well Dave, From what I gathered from the people there it's not really a movie. I think it's a TV Show. My guess is it has something to do with modeling. I might do some research to find out more and report back to you. Thanks Dave for the "great story and shots" comments. I appreciate it.

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Feb 13, 2019 01:58:02   #
BrentHarder
 
photophile wrote:


THanks photophile!

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Feb 13, 2019 01:59:32   #
BrentHarder
 
merrytexan wrote:
I think you found it, brent! love this set and your shots...looks like it was a hairy situation!


Very true merrytexan......it was a hairy situation for sure!

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Feb 13, 2019 02:01:33   #
BrentHarder
 
Hal81 wrote:
Nice capture. I just wonder what kind of movie they were making??


Hal, I believe it was a German TV station doing some kind of modeling program.
I'm going to do some research to find out.

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Feb 13, 2019 06:55:33   #
CLF (a regular here)
 
BrentHarder wrote:
My mentality on photography is to always be Looking for the bizzare.....odd, and different. Today while riding my bike on the boardwalk at the beach I spotted a film crew filming a German TV program. I was all over it! For a couple of these photos I cloned out the guy lines. Keep your eyes forever peeled for opportunities that randomly happen my fellow UHH friends!
These are best viewed in download mode.



Brent, only along a California beach would one see this crazy photo shoot, "Bizzare" maybe an understatement. DDLs are a must to see the detail.

Greg

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Feb 13, 2019 09:50:59   #
Earnest Botello (a regular here)
 
No Brent, I don't think you understand, there is always a possibility of failure, that's what I think about and it makes chicken out. Ohhhh, the joys of being afraid of heights, the older I get the worse it gets.

BrentHarder wrote:
Hahahahahahaa Ohhhhh EB, you would have done fine! Under the skirt of the model is a full harness and caribiners clipping her into the cables. It would have been fun, especially knowing it was safe.

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Feb 13, 2019 10:21:05   #
SpyderJan
 
BrentHarder wrote:
Yes Susan, but often times we find ourselves not recognizing great photo opportunities. Yesterday as I crossed over a bridge of the Santa Ana River I noticed the snow on our local mountains. Normally these mountains are not nearly this full of snow. I parked my car and walked back to the bridge to get the river in the foreground. It took some effort but I like the photo and it was worth it to me.
I'm attaching the photo to this series for you to see.


Now aren't you glad that you stopped. This is much more than a photo. It deserves wall space somewhere.

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Feb 13, 2019 11:23:12   #
BrentHarder
 
CLF wrote:
Brent, only along a California beach would one see this crazy photo shoot, "Bizzare" maybe an understatement. DDLs are a must to see the detail.

Greg


Yeah Greg, We Californians really almost expect the unexpected here! My eyes are always peels looking for opportunities like this one! Thanks for your comments.

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Feb 13, 2019 11:27:10   #
BrentHarder
 
Earnest Botello wrote:
No Brent, I don't think you understand, there is always a possibility of failure, that's what I think about and it makes chicken out. Ohhhh, the joys of being afraid of heights, the older I get the worse it gets.


OK EB, I think I get it now......... being a rock climber, I enjoy the heights but I do have a phobia: claustrophobia.......the thought of being in a very tight place like a cave where I can barely move and can't turn around really gets me, So I understand where you are coming from.

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Feb 13, 2019 11:29:42   #
BrentHarder
 
SpyderJan wrote:
Now aren't you glad that you stopped. This is much more than a photo. It deserves wall space somewhere.


Thanks so much SpyderJan......You are very flattering. I wasn't sure how people would react to that photo. I was wondering if most people (especially the ones that look at snow covered mountains all winter) would think this was just an average, so-so photo.

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Feb 13, 2019 12:33:23   #
Earnest Botello (a regular here)
 
Thanks Brent, I think we all have our phobias.
BrentHarder wrote:
OK EB, I think I get it now......... being a rock climber, I enjoy the heights but I do have a phobia: claustrophobia.......the thought of being in a very tight place like a cave where I can barely move and can't turn around really gets me, So I understand where you are coming from.

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Feb 14, 2019 10:29:07   #
BrentHarder
 
Earnest Botello wrote:
Thanks Brent, I think we all have our phobias.


Agreed EB. Thanks for your input.

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Feb 14, 2019 10:40:44   #
larrybelt
 
All very nice images. 1,5, and 7 were especially eye grabbers. Thanks for sharing.
-elbe

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Feb 14, 2019 12:33:52   #
EyeShootWideOpen
 
In reference to Bizarre and in line with your images, I wanted to share one of my favorite artists. Just love her work...Kelly Robitaille. Check her out. Her post processing skills are off the charts.

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Feb 17, 2019 00:26:21   #
BrentHarder
 
larrybelt wrote:
All very nice images. 1,5, and 7 were especially eye grabbers. Thanks for sharing.
-elbe


Thanks very much elbe. Being there to watch the crane take the girl up was amazing to me.......very odd and different!

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