Nov 22, 2011

Protester hands President Obama a note while shaking hands on the rope line in New Hampshire


By on Tuesday, November 22, 2011



A protester handed President Barack Obama a note while shaking hands along a rope line in New Hampshire today. AP photographer Charlie Dharapak smartly zoomed in so you can read the note for yourself.

For those of you who like to know (myself included) the technical information on how Charlie shot the pictures, here it is. Both frames were made with a Canon 1D Mark IV with a 70-200mm zoom lens. The exposure was 1/250 @ f2.8 rated at 1600iso. The first image was shot at 70mm and the close up was shot at 160mm.

9 comments:

  1. Nice try but the secret service would NEVER allow the President to touch something handed to him
    without vetting it first.

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  2. He has been served. Kind of like telling the wolf he just decimated the hen house and expecting guilt and a change in ways...

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  3. sure he did...I call BS

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  4. Good for the ballsy young man,....he's probably on the no-fly-list now, and has CIAFBIDEADHS agents trolling through his life of on line comments, radio call-ins and comments made to friends,...

    ...soon he may find that it was illegal to hand the president a note,...and he has been declared a domestic terrorist,....!

    Regards,

    RJ O'Guillory
    Author-
    Webster Groves-The Life of an Insane Family

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  5. Excellent photo shot. Hope the President thought about what he was handed, ya know?

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  6. Barry doesn't care about "the people". He doesn't even really need their votes since the vote counters manipulate it all.
    Follow the money. Barry loves the banksters.

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  7. What a clever advertisement for a Canon 1D Mark IV.

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  8. hey, there was a page in the House of Commons (up here in Canada) who openly protested our fascist government on live TV... these things happen, it's not necessarily fake.

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