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    Photographing the Photographer

    Our poor old dog is surely getting tired of being the centre of attention. But I did like idea of photographing the photographer I'm in the shade as is Brinkley our Retriever and Mal is out in the full sun.
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    Photographers do make good subjects.

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    Poor dog. One photographer in the family is usually more than enough. But two....!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowman View Post
    Photographers do make good subjects.
    It helps that there's a camera in between my face and the photographer

    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    Poor dog. One photographer in the family is usually more than enough. But two....!
    There's five actually... I was just the last one to get my own camera

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldcoastgolfer View Post
    It helps that there's a camera in between my face and the photographer



    There's five actually... I was just the last one to get my own camera
    I think the subject of the photographer deserves a challenge, "most amusing or interesting photograph of a photographer". No self portraits allowed.

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    Ron Farnell (Rasbury) shooting at the Museum of Natural history in Gainesville, FL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowman View Post
    I think the subject of the photographer deserves a challenge, "most amusing or interesting photograph of a photographer". No self portraits allowed.
    Hah! And I took some rather amusing self-portraits yesterday!

    Very well! I shall pick up your gauntlet... as will my wife... or one of the kids. Might be the weekend before I get to it though as I have to work for the next few days.

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    Oh dear! And I'm getting a new camera for Christmas, so that means I will develop a shadow in the form of my husband, trying to get photographs of me using my camera.

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    Oh dear! And I'm getting a new camera for Christmas, so that means I will develop a shadow in the form of my husband, trying to get photographs of me using my camera.
    He has to join CiC first in order to submit it as an entry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowman View Post
    He has to join CiC first in order to submit it as an entry.
    That would be me

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    Photographing the Photographer

    Here re some "Photographing The Photographer" shots from Shanghai...

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    Other Shanghai images at:
    http://rpcrowe.smugmug.com/Other/Chi...48714211_7qisp

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    They're great Richard, especially like the one of what looks to be father and son (4th pic).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldcoastgolfer View Post
    That would be me
    That's not fair, you two should have similar screen names.

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    Would Goldcoastgolferette work LOL. Hey at least I have a shortened version of my name Kez with my husbands first name Mal - wasnt that a good clue??

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezmal View Post
    Would Goldcoastgolferette work LOL. Hey at least I have a shortened version of my name Kez with my husbands first name Mal - wasnt that a good clue??
    "Goldcoastgolferette", now that would be a good clue.

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    A few from Los Angeles
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    A few from Sydney 2011 at the Opera House-trying to get the perfect angle
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    I love the OP's shot! It shows the lengths we go to in order to get the shot we want/envision. I can't help but think the dog is thinking "crap, not another one" LOL

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    New York, on Lexington Avenue

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowman View Post
    "Goldcoastgolferette", now that would be a good clue.
    That would imply that she has the same passion for golf that I do.... and while Kerry can get passionate about golf, I find it's a slightly different twist on my own

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    Nobody told me you couldnt use the flagpoles as javelins

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