: Important camera question!

08-03-05, 07:34 AM
The answer to this question will say a lot about who you are!
Requires some serious consideration!!
1 question test

This test only has one question, but it's a very
important one. By giving an honest answer,
you will discover where you stand morally.
The test features an unlikely, completely
fictional situation in which you will have to make
a decision. Remember that your answer needs
to be honest, yet spontaneous.
Please scroll down slowly and give due
consideration to each line.

You are in Florida, Miami to be specific. There
is chaos all around you caused by a hurricane
with severe flooding. This is a flood of
Biblical proportions. You are photojournalist
working for a major newspaper and you're caught in
the middle of this epic disaster.

The situation is nearly hopeless. You're trying
to shoot career making photos. There are houses
and people swirling around you, some disappearing
under the water. Nature is unleashing all of its destructive fury.

Suddenly you see a woman in the water. She is
fighting for her life, trying not to be taken down
with the debris. You move closer. .

Somehow the woman looks familiar. You suddenly
realize who it is. It's Hillary Clinton!
At the same time you notice that the raging
waters are about to take her under forever.

You have two options--you can save the life of Hillary
Clinton, or you can shoot a dramatic Pulitzer Prize
winning photo, documenting the death of one of the
world's most powerful women.

So here's the question, and please give an
honest answer...

Would you select high contrast color film, or
would you go with the classic simplicity of black and white :banghead:

08-03-05, 08:12 AM
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08-03-05, 08:15 AM
I have a Kodak CX6230. Great camera.

08-03-05, 11:00 AM
Heh, heh!

08-03-05, 02:54 PM
I'd say color, so I could catch her in her full glory:lildevil: as she was swept to the black depths below:sneaky:

c5 rv
08-03-05, 07:03 PM
Black & white because it would look more like the old daguerreotypes. Isn't that how all the old carpetbaggers were photographed?