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    JonMikal TPF Noob!

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    ...action shots, although getting their entire body in would have been better:

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    What? More action shots from Jon! Whats next? Great capture. I love action like you love architecture and it looks like you will conquer both. This and your skateboard shot are well done.

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Still a bit of a surprising sight, action photos by JonMikal, but something that we will have to get used to, I guess. And - as those are JonMikal-pics - we start getting used to them at a high level. Wow! I still have greatest problems catching action with my digital camera (too much delay), it works better with the SLR...
     
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    thanks guys!
     
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    Heheh...I'm finding action shots are fun, too, but hard to time. It's fun learning to get the timing right. I'm looking forward to seeing what you come up with, Jon! I think it's cool that you are purposely attempting shots that are outside your 'norm' and therefore more of a challenge to you. I need to do that more often too. It's a good way to broaden your horizons.
     

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