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« Reply #15 on: June 21, 2009, 05:16 PM »

however john, if you see the perfect shot in your viewfinder, then you've already missed it.

t'was drilled into me, great action photography is all a guess. when someone asks "did you get the shot?" you say "i guess" because the truth is, you should have been seeing the momentary blackness which fills the viewfinder when a picture is taken.

at least that's how it was back when cameras had mirrors 'n stuff.  Cheesy
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