Comedian and magician Michael Kent blows seemingly endless bits of paper into the air with a fan as the final trick of his act Wednesday as a part of the Program Board charity auction. The silent auction at Warriner Hall's Plachta Auditorium raised money for Program Board.
This must have been a difficult shot to catch. The motion is still there along with the action, energy and emotion. The color and lighting work well and make this a very nice picture. Definatly a favorite that I've seen today.
This shot is quite a talent mix with a lot of luck. There is no way that u can controlle these pieces falling and where they will be. But amazingly just like a paiting made with presice care the particles are just where they want to be. And it eleminates which every the most interesting places on the photo. The face and the fingers are wonderfully captured with no disturbance at all. Wonderful work indeed.
What a capture! His face is just so...full of life! GREAT shot, perfectly timed. There's no paper covering sections of his face, either. It would've been weird to have a bit of paper over his nose or eye, but this is wonderful.