A common setup get a beautiful "lighting Chanuka candles" picture is to use only the light of the menorah to illuminate the photograph, including the menorah and the hands and face of the person lighting the candle. The face, hands and arms of the person lighting it are an essential part of the picture.
I know one is not allowed to benefit from the light of the menorah. Would deliberately using the menorah as the sole illumination in a photograph transgress this prohibition? Does it change anything if someone specifically waits for the later nights of Chanuka when there are more candles on the menorah and therefore more light?