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    the sweet mother kiss (?)

    I really enjoy these few moments when it happens to meet funny incredible coincidences. But it is amazing when it also happens to carry my camera with me.

    Most often I have found myshelf loosing the moment thinking all the technical details:
    Should I change lens? What shutter speed? F number? DOF?
    OOhhh nooo, dialed ISO 1600??? But why??? It is under the bright sun!! And the moment will go away soon....

    Usually the results is not great "artistically" but it is FUN!

    the sweet mother kiss (?)

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    Re: the sweet mother kiss (?)

    That is exactly why we need to learn composition and basic camera operation first. Once you read the manual and practice enough, the camera settings will become much more automatic but at least you won't miss shots like this one!

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    Re: the sweet mother kiss (?)

    Exactly Frank.
    The development of photographic automations is very important in general, not only in street or animals photography.
    The recipe is: shoot and then shoot more. Practice is the best school (and I am still an infant).

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    Re: the sweet mother kiss (?)

    That certainly is a fun shot Miltos. Good spur of the moment capture.

    Dave

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    Re: the sweet mother kiss (?)

    Its kinda like you read my nind Miltos, all those same thoughts rush my head when I shoot. My motto is shoot first, adjust shoot again. ect. ect. Good job of seeing the shot andjust taking the picture.

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