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03-19-2019, 12:58 PM - 9 Likes   #23101
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I love the one above!

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I love the one above!
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03-20-2019, 12:10 AM   #23107
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I can see some NSFW naked statue shot here The third image reminds me when fishes were jumping out of water from random places and the unanswered question about how I could capture a fish jump without knowing in advance where the fish is going to jump.
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I can see some NSFW naked statue shot here The third image reminds me when fishes were jumping out of water from random places and the unanswered question about how I could capture a fish jump without knowing in advance where the fish is going to jump.
NSFW, yes. Boss seeing you looking at statues at work, would think lot of things.. about that fish thing. I suppose it is like capturing these, you know it is going to happen, so you just shoot and pray, actually with fish it might be more so. Or then those foshes are photobombing landscape shooting. Dunno.
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NSFW, yes. Boss seeing you looking at statues at work, would think lot of things.. about that fish thing. I suppose it is like capturing these, you know it is going to happen, so you just shoot and pray, actually with fish it might be more so. Or then those foshes are photobombing landscape shooting. Dunno.
About capturing unpredictable events. I wrestled with that problem on the Galapagos. The marine iguanas excrete salt using a special gland in their nostril. They blow or "sneeze" it out in a fairly spectacular way, but the lizard gives no clue when it will happen. Back then, using a ZX5n, I could have run through four rolls of film and never caught the event.Tried maybe eight times to anticipate before giving up, but I did get eight marine iguana portraits.
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NSFW, yes. Boss seeing you looking at statues at work, would think lot of things.. about that fish thing. I suppose it is like capturing these, you know it is going to happen, so you just shoot and pray, actually with fish it might be more so. Or then those foshes are photobombing landscape shooting. Dunno.
Fish like mullet aren't too hard... best when coming at you or away from you, then you can almost time and guess the distance of their next jump but it still requires a bit of perseverance to have success with the random nature of events (I don't believe in the luck)

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