If you could photograph anyone, who would it be?

9 years 1 month ago #12495 by Stealthy Ninja

Alex wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Nod wrote: I'd like to get a shot of Oprah with her mouth closed- it would be one of a kind.



LOL I haven't seen that show for years (apart from some of the more famous youtube memes).

I think the last time I saw it was in 2004. Just can't understand the appeal.


Right... I bet you be watching that all day. TEVO'ing it and ordering the DVD collection for all your family members for holiday gifts! LOL!!!! ;)


Almost, but we don't have TEVO in HK :p

All I want is to get in the audience when she finally gives away a Ferrari to everyone. That'd be worth sitting through the show perhaps.

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9 years 1 month ago #12533 by Alex

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Alex wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Nod wrote: I'd like to get a shot of Oprah with her mouth closed- it would be one of a kind.



LOL I haven't seen that show for years (apart from some of the more famous youtube memes).

I think the last time I saw it was in 2004. Just can't understand the appeal.


Right... I bet you be watching that all day. TEVO'ing it and ordering the DVD collection for all your family members for holiday gifts! LOL!!!! ;)


Almost, but we don't have TEVO in HK :p

All I want is to get in the audience when she finally gives away a Ferrari to everyone. That'd be worth sitting through the show perhaps.


Heck yes! Has she given away any cars before? I know she gives away a lot of stuff, but never heard here giving cars away.

I'm surprised, why don't you guys have TEVO there? Do you have large cable TV networks? BTW do you speak Japanese?

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9 years 1 month ago #12589 by photobod
I wud have loved to have photographed John Lee Hooker, then Princess Dianna.
too late now of course.
Maybe Lady Gagga wud be fun to photograph

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9 years 1 month ago #13441 by Stealthy Ninja

Alex wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Alex wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Nod wrote: I'd like to get a shot of Oprah with her mouth closed- it would be one of a kind.



LOL I haven't seen that show for years (apart from some of the more famous youtube memes).

I think the last time I saw it was in 2004. Just can't understand the appeal.


Right... I bet you be watching that all day. TEVO'ing it and ordering the DVD collection for all your family members for holiday gifts! LOL!!!! ;)


Almost, but we don't have TEVO in HK :p

All I want is to get in the audience when she finally gives away a Ferrari to everyone. That'd be worth sitting through the show perhaps.


Heck yes! Has she given away any cars before? I know she gives away a lot of stuff, but never heard here giving cars away.

I'm surprised, why don't you guys have TEVO there? Do you have large cable TV networks? BTW do you speak Japanese?


She's given away cars twice AFAIK.

No TEVO... not that I've seen. We do have HDTV and a lot of the boxes for decoding it have recording built in. We don't have as many channels on cable TV as you guys can get in the US I think, but we have enough.

I can speak a little Japanese as I learnt it in University for a year and a half. However, in Hong Kong people speak CANTONESE. I'm much better at Cantonese than Japanese. ;) :p

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9 years 1 month ago #13448 by BayouBelle
The Beatles in concert way back when...That would have been awesome!...or Woodstock back in 1969...I was way too young back then for both...


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9 years 1 month ago #13467 by Stealthy Ninja

BayouBelle wrote: The Beatles in concert way back when...That would have been awesome!...or Woodstock back in 1969...I was way too young back then for both...


I was too young back then too... seeing as I wasn't born yet. :p

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9 years 1 month ago #13480 by BayouBelle
Well we both missed some good times I hear!


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9 years 1 month ago #13527 by Rob pix4u2

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

BayouBelle wrote: The Beatles in concert way back when...That would have been awesome!...or Woodstock back in 1969...I was way too young back then for both...


I was too young back then too... seeing as I wasn't born yet. :p

If you remember the Beatles on the ED SULLIVAN Show you're at least as old as me and yes it would have been awesome to shoot one of their concerts if you could get past all of the screaming girls.They performed in my hometown at the baseball stadium and almost had a riot with the fans rushing the stage. Video of that concert scene was incredible on the local news.

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9 years 1 month ago #13663 by sammyj
Everyone's naming movie stars. What about Liu Xiaobo, the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize winner from China being held in prison because of his non-violent struggle for human rights in his country? Or the Dalai Lama, exiled from Tibet since sometime in the 1950s? Those are the people I would most like to photograph - and sit at their feet to learn.


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9 years 1 month ago #13666 by Cjarvis
Carol Shelby I me't him in monteray once he a real nice guy but
I didnt have a camera.


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9 years 1 month ago #14346 by Litebox Fotos

sammyj wrote: Everyone's naming movie stars. What about Liu Xiaobo, the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize winner from China being held in prison because of his non-violent struggle for human rights in his country? Or the Dalai Lama, exiled from Tibet since sometime in the 1950s? Those are the people I would most like to photograph - and sit at their feet to learn.


I wish Mao Zedong was still around.


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9 years 1 month ago #14691 by Alex
I think it would be cool to photograph Richard Branson in some of his wild adventures. I admire this guys drive and determination.

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9 years 1 month ago #14700 by Stealthy Ninja

Alex wrote: I think it would be cool to photograph Richard Branson in some of his wild adventures. I admire this guys drive and determination.


Looks good too... if you're into that sorta thing. :blink:

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9 years 1 month ago #14703 by Alex

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Alex wrote: I think it would be cool to photograph Richard Branson in some of his wild adventures. I admire this guys drive and determination.


Looks good too... if you're into that sorta thing. :blink:


LOL!!

They just had him on Biography show the other day. Have you seen that episode where they cover Branson?

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9 years 1 month ago #14705 by Stealthy Ninja

Alex wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Alex wrote: I think it would be cool to photograph Richard Branson in some of his wild adventures. I admire this guys drive and determination.


Looks good too... if you're into that sorta thing. :blink:


LOL!!

They just had him on Biography show the other day. Have you seen that episode where they cover Branson?


I've never heard of or seen the show.

He actually seems like a nice guy you'd like to hang out with.

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