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Josh

i actually think this is a cool idea. you could get some really interesting photographs this way.

I read recently of a guy that did this for when he was going to propose to his fiance. Most people don't have a way to photograph that moment since they keep it a little more intimate (i know i did). The idea of someone hiding in the bushes could kind of break that intimate feeling, although having photos of such a great moment might outweigh that.

ChrisM70

I like the idea.

I have taken photos of friends/relatives and it's really hard to get them to ignore the camera and act naturally - they want to turn to the camera and "perform" with a frozen smile.

However, when they see a photo where I have caught an honest moment when they weren't aware of the camera - those are the photos that they really like best.

With that said, I'm not sure I would like a stranger following me around shooting pictures of me when I'm not aware of it - and pay them to do it!

Tanner Christensen

Beautiful photos.

Benjamin

Very nice idea, some of the photos are not that good, but there is definitely some really nice ones as well... Amazing photos could be taken this way...

Lauren Kilberg

Brilliant, really. I love candid photographs. Mostly because I'm no bit photogenic and when I know a photo is being taken of me the end result is nothing more than awkward. This just might be my thing. Great post!

Lauren Kilberg

Brilliant, really. I love candid photographs. Mostly because I'm no bit photogenic and when I know a photo is being taken of me the end result is nothing more than awkward. This just might be my thing. Great post!

Prêt à Voyager

Wow, that's wild. But cool!

Anne

Prêt à Voyager

Wow, that's wild. But cool!

Anne

Stephen

Call me crazy, but isn't this just a bad excuse to photograph "candid" shots in an "artistic" way, making lots of money doing it? The Paps profession is not one to glorify - this idea is completely misguided.

Janie

This could be great especially for families and children - capturing that "specialness" of the moment. Better have a lot of permission pages signed though it seems.

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