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We both didn’t have the 70-200 f2.8 for the weekend and we tell you how much we loved it/hated it.
Emotions. Closer, yet still so much more to learn people. So much more… More people should participate, because it’s, you know, free. For your next assignment, you are responsible for …
… lighting. Use light to your advantage, don’t make it fuck you up. You know the drill. Get off your buttocks and get shooting. Sports is about winning and losing. You have to get in there to capture the moment, even if it will cost you your soul.
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99% shit, 1% alright. Welcome to the quadrennial shit fest, the Olympics. We talk about some decent ones from our favourite go-to website for decent sports photography, Boston.com
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