Very nice, you got great shots in a very dark setting. You also captured true emotion from everyone. Great shooting!
OMG, Aiea Bowl....I hope you had some of their lemon crunch cake !! I did a show with the chef from there and it was my largest show ever with a local chef....but....chef did not give out the recipe for this cake (first time ever I had a chef not share his recipes)
Those three guys were funny! Looks like everyone had a great time. Our grandkids love to bowl, even the little ones.
Erick, it was very challenging. I'm still not sure what's the best way to shoot in a bowling alley.
Didi, I did remember to buy a slice to bring home for Wendell. It was 6 bucks!!
Betty, after I took the shot I asked them how they knew Ny, and they went, "Who?"
Hi Jalna!!!those are great photos!!! i love them!!!!! thank you for coming! i wish you would've bowled with us!! that's funny about those three guys! but i do like their picture!!! lol! i wondered why you were on that side, thought you were doing a far shot of us...hehehehhe... thank you soo much!!!!
Hey Ny!! It was totally my pleasure. Please keep me posted on any other events you might have.
very very nice. did you use your flash???
Oh my God, Susie . . . I tried all different kinds of ways to shoot . . . no flash/high ISO, with flash/diffuser, no diffuser, bounced off ceiling, angled . . . Depending on where the subject was I got different results. Very, very good learning experience.
First picture - the one in the red dress is my cousin, married to an Oshiro.
Wow Nate, super small world.
Sharon - she was just here in Okinawa for a family thing.
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