Election news coverage can get a little mundane at times, but one woman's bold move gave a reporter's story a whole new level of spice.SEE ALSO: 'Meanest mom ever' teaches her kids a hard lesson on manners NBC Bay Area reporter Pete Suratos was in the middle of doing a live shot on Friday about Hillary Clinton's fundraiser in San Francisco when a woman pulled off one of the most risqué photobombs of all time.If you’re a photographer looking to learn more about photography and expand your skills, make sure to grab the accessories and gear to match your vision.Some accessories, such as lenses or a hard drive to back up your photos, are great investments for almost anyone.
Today nearly every DSLR (and Point and Shoot) comes with a built-in flash.
The giggling blonde snuck up behind Suratos and quickly flashed her breasts straight into the camera's lens.
It happened so quickly Suratos didn't even catch her scurrying off camera before his segment ended.
She seriously caught me off guard y'all, I swear!
By Robert Correll You can enjoy flash photography with your digital SLR using either the built-in flash (also called a pop-up flash, available on all but the most expensive models) or an external unit.