Chained Women, Whips and Masks in Downtown Orlando

In the past two blogs, I wrote about photographing Orlando events hosted by Tania Bernard.

The first blog involved my first time using digital photography for an event.

The second involved my last days using film.

I photographed Tania’s freaky events for a third and final time. Like the previous events, this one happened at the now-closed Knock Knock. Knock Knock existed in Downtown Orlando. Plus this event happened during a Halloween night.

I used my Olympus Camadia. Attached on a bracket was another flash. As the camera’s flash went off, so did the other flash.

If you see yourself in these pics and don’t like what you see, e-mail me and I shall remove them at your request.

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