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While photographing in Tibet on a National Geographic assignment, I saw this wonderful person, and asking her if I could photograph her, I shot one frame, she burst out laughing, I shot the other.
A common question professional photographers are asked is “how many pictures do you take on assignment?” As if quantity equates to quality, my response is always “it doesn’t matter, you stay with and shoot until you get the moment. I Lhasa, Tibet, I was photographing pilgrims circumambulating around Potala Palace, a lifetime and historical quest for Tibetans. I’d been photographing a different scene when I realized I needed to be elsewhere…immediately. With just a couple of minutes to make it to my destination, I was running through the streets, and crowds, in Lhasa. Then I saw her, and my photographer’s radar insisted I needed to photograph her. An older woman with one of the most pleasant and happy faces I’ve seen anywhere, I ran up to her, asking in sign language (I don’t speak much Tibetan!) if I could take her photo. I ascertained she was from a small mountain village, so who knows how many “enthusiastic” westerners she’s seen. She assented to the photo, I took one, she broke up laughing, I shot the second and last in this moment. So, how many photos did it take to get this, 2.
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