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Great SoupDragon 2005-01-10 7:43

Wow - this is cool. You caught this at exactly the right time - How many shots did you take??

Great timing and composition, this is really noteworthy.

Old 01-11-2005, 03:28 PM
zeus zeus is offline
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Default To SoupDragon: number of shots

Thanks for the message. About your question, i was taking some shots for a newspaper where sometimes I work as a free-lancer. Of course i had more pictures but I don´t usually shot in sequence, I mean every time i take just only one picture for every single manouver. This one was the better one in my oppinion and also was the cover of the newspaper. Teh guy fly really high.
Good that you also liked.
Thanks again
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Old 01-16-2005, 05:36 PM
Lieber7 Lieber7 is offline
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Default Re: To SoupDragon: number of shots

I noticed that both you and Rafael use Nikon D100, including this photo. I have a Nikon CP8700 which has a multi-shot feature that takes photos in quick succession but once the shutter button is released it only keeps the last 5 shots taken allowing perfect timing for decisive moments like this. If your D100 also supports this feature and you haven't used it I suggest you give it a go, it can produce great results.
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