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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 1, 2000)
Lighting this photo interesting.
illdUC The house was gutted by fire at
night. At first look it would appear
that I had used a flash to light the
photo by Mike Warren *0'tse’*Ut * twa;\actfually
ly by flood lights from the fire
trucks, making it look like the set of
a horror movie. There were a few
spotlights inside the house, so I
waited until the fireman came by
the window and pulled the shutter ^
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And the sun was not cooperating with me. I turned
IV/I. ir| • y . . from the action of the games and found the muddy
muu.. , .. just wasn't cutting It* team members spraying themselves off and one
VOlieyDail lone member cleansing himself. Ip^my opinion,
▼ photo by Nate Wagner moments are better to catch than stopping the
This was .those assignments.
Uilvj UI it sits on the shelf until the last
; minute, and someone gets stuck
with it. This time it happened to be
me. When ! got to the planetari
um, I had no idea what settings to
photo by Heather Glenboski use on my camera or even if the
photo was in focus because it was
so dark, so I just crossed my fin
gers and started shooting.
Needless to say, I was greatly sur
prised with the results.
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