This couple were across the aisle from me on my flight back from Athens last week. As the lights went down and the flight settled down, the cards came out. There was some chat, but mainly the two friends played as though they'd played for years, an easy acquaintance built on trust and a teasing desire to win.
I took quite a lot of photos, I wanted the cards lit, and I wanted both his and her face visible. I used an outrageous ISO 32000 on the camera because I needed a fairly high shutter speed (1/100th sec) as I was using a focal length of about 70mm without lens stabilisation, and f/5.6 was as wide as I dared go, knowing how limited the depth of field was going to be (I looked it up later - focusing on her eyes gives about +/- 3cm each side!) - I was focusing on her eyes as I wanted her to be the primary subject, the cards secondary, the man third. I'm not certain that was the best choice. Lots of compromises here, but I'm sure the tiny sensor in a phone camera would have been overwhelmed with noise. As it is, the image was noisy until processed with DxO Prime. Couldn't do much with that shiny head though !
Oh, throughout, I don't think they were aware of me. I find that quite surprising given how close I was. if it's you, thank you, and say hello.