Episode 76: History & Nothing

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Matt did some ice hockey and I did nothing. I’m done doing nothing now.

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Assignment Desk
For the final time, we asked you guys to shoot colour. Results were mixed, but in general they were really bad. This month, we want you to shoot…

… symmetry. Left and right needs to be the same. Mirror image. It’s best you listen to the podcast to figure out what needs to be done here. Submit your works of art here.

Pledge QQQs
Questions from the Patreon pledgers:
-How to shoot with ultra long lens? Eyes closed?
-What do you think about my blurry image?
-Shooting red / pink people in the gym?

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Boring super bowl, slightly better picture. We discuss Julian Edelman shot by Jay Bilas. If you have any other suggestions, tell us at saveme@biglensfastshutter.comsuperbowl.jpg

Special thanks to…
Our producer Robb Massar
Icon by Arvin Bautista

Training Ground
Training Ground is now on video. If you’d like to participate (and we think you should), enter your pictures in the Flickr thread and make sure to tag them.

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