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09/13/2012

Catching lights at TIFF

Carlos Osorio - Staff Photographer - @carlososorio

When photographing a red carpet you sometimes catch other camera flashes going off in your photo. Most of the time this ruins a photo but sometimes you can save it. These photographs are the result of light accidents which together make a series of photographs which aren't perfect but are definitely a twist from the traditional glamour shots from the red carpet. 

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Anna Kendrick

 

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Anna Kendrick

 

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Ashley Benson

 

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Robert Redford

 

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James Franco

 

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Ashley Benson

 

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Shriya Saran

 

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Selena Gomez

 

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Vanessa Hudgens

 

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Director Rubba Nadda

 

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Robert Redford and Jackie Evancho

 

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Vanessa Hudgens

 

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Marisa Tomei

 

 

 

 

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