Movie Night

© Gianna Stadelmyer

Movie Night

Uploaded: April 19, 2006


Set this up for one of my stock sites for a contest they were holding. I tried to light it directly with the glow from the tv, but it wasn't enough, so I used a small studio light and set it at tv level and shined it right toward the kids. Then we did giggles for a funny movie and surprised faces for a scary movie. This was my favorite (it was really tough to do in the low lighting too - the kids were practically holding their breaths so they wouldn't move! LOL!)


Paul Michko April 19, 2006

Excellent job on this, Jan. You really captured this well. #429957

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