27 August 2007

Photographer's dilemma

From my friend Zo's blog:

The scenario: You are in the Middle East, and there is a huge flood in progress. You're a freelance photographer for a news service, looking for particularly poignant scenes to shoot. You come across Osama Bin Laden who has been swept away by the floodwaters. He is barely hanging on to a tree limb and is about to go under. You have to make a choice. You can either put down your camera and save him, or take a Pulitzer Prize winning photograph of him as he loses his grip on the limb.

So, here's the question...and think carefully before you answer it:

Which lens and shutter speed would you use?

1 comment:

umit said...

Mosquitoes, they suck blood for survival... If you have a pity for a tiny snail or a man-eating tiger (i have), then a human-being deserves at least a bit of it. Our species can be the worst sometimes, but still they are human. Besides the human being mentioned has a close relationship with the G. W. Boosh family