The Invisible Pianist

So, I’m in a photography class, and here’s a picture I took for one of the assignments. Just thought I’d share it. Maybe you could use it as a prompt for a short story or something, I don’t know. πŸ˜› If you do, link in the comments! I’d be glad to read it. πŸ˜€

Yup, it's an invisible hand. 0.o

Yup, it’s an invisible hand. 0.o

Also, if the picture looks really dumb, bear with me, I’m still learning. XP

Tours yruly

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11 thoughts on “The Invisible Pianist

  1. Hey Michael! I’m one of Anna B’s friends, and I saw your photo that Anna used to spark an awesome story scene. So I just wanted to say I love your photo (and how you captured that invisible pianist! πŸ˜‰ ). Is it from Mrs. Tittel’s Photography class? From the week of “taking a picture of music”?

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    • Hello! πŸ˜€ I’m glad you liked the photo. πŸ™‚ The invisible pianist was a fun concept to play with. It is from Mrs. Tittel’s Photography class, but we were doing it for a composition assignment. πŸ˜‰

      ~Michael Hollingworth
      Disce Ferenda Pati – Learn to endure what must be borne

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      • Ahh, well enjoy the class! It’s really, really awesome. And if you’re interested in shooting people (I know, it sounds terrible), Mrs. McGaffick does a single semester class specifically on portraiture that I highly recommend if you’re interested that field of photography. Just a recommendation from one photographer to another! =)

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        • Thanks! πŸ˜€ lol Mrs. McGaffick huh? I might look her up. Sounds interesting. Shooting people certainly seems like fun. (sounds very terrible) =P

          ~Michael Hollingworth
          Disce Ferenda Pati – Learn to endure what must be borne

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    • Cool! I just checked it out. XD It’s epic. πŸ˜€ Love the way you described the piano. Really, really cool.

      ~Michael Hollingworth
      Disce Ferenda Pati – Learn to endure what must be borne

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