Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/08/25

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Subject: [Leica] New kiddy pix posting
From: crgrbrts at (Craig Roberts)
Date: Fri Aug 25 10:30:52 2006
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Well -- close, anyway, Steve. Woods Services, as it's now known, is just 
three hours away.  The school in which I took the photos, however, is in 
suburban Washington, DC.  The full name is longer (HIPPA privacy act 
provisions discourage me from specifically identifying the venue) but 
it's known locally as simply the Woods School.  Maybe this abbreviated 
moniker gives the institution a certain cachet.  After all, your Dad's 
old place is the considered the "Harvard"  in the field.

Thank you for the kind words about the photos.  Every time I work an 
assignment like this I am astounded by the single-minded and wholly 
compassionate dedication of professional caregivers, most especially 
those who work with children.  I use normal focal length lenses in such 
shoots to minimize camera shake and give me some decent DOF when working 
in these very low light conditions without flash, so I was also 
impressed with the tolerance of the staff and kids as I stuck a camera 
inches from their faces.  These are good people!

All the best,

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