Plus, I spent too much of my attempt at a wild, rebellious youth watching The Rocky Horror Picture Show, wherein there was a phenomenon called “audience participation.” This means that the audience would wait for their cue, and yell things at the movie. Since this is a family friendly blog, I won’t transcribe what we yelled at the screen while watching Rocky Horror, but oh, what good times those were!
This is something you can do at the average horror movie without too much offense, considering some of the cliches the average moviegoer can spot from a mile away:
“Don’t open that door, dummy! The psycho killer isn't dead!”
I got to thinking about this while I was posting on my own blog. In addition to injecting my opinion during TV shows or movies, I also have a tendency to “project” what I think about the subject of photos, too.
For the sake of harmony, however, I will only caption my own photos here, rather than risk any hurt feelings that might occur over what could be an inappropriate comment about someone else’s photos.
First up, what was supposed to be a passionate kiss following a reunion. He has just come home, after being a prisoner of war, and his family arranged it so that the first thing he saw when he came in was his wife, sitting by the fire with their twin baby daughters. Most of the photos from this set came out very nicely. This one, alas...
|"Yeah, I'm glad to see you, too. Would you mind? I have fifty bucks riding on this game."|
This is my favorite couple to photograph, if you go by the sheer number of pictures I have taken of the two of them. They are both by Tonner - he is Will Turner from Tonner's Pirates of the Caribbean line, and she is Sister Dreary. This is another fail from a set that otherwise came out all right. I was pretty upset with this one, because it took me a while to set it up. It was supposed to be a cute husband and wife game of "Guess who?" Sadly, it looks like she is trying to claw his eyeballs out.
|"My eyes! AAAUUGGGHHH!!!"|
|"Just making sure she dots all the Ts and crosses all the Is."|
|"Uh, what was that line again? Could you hold that cue card up higher, please?"|