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Old Nov 4, 2011, 12:09 PM   #1
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I had had this in mind to try. So I did some days ago. Please view


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Old Nov 4, 2011, 12:23 PM   #2
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Great "conjurer" xHassan, and original shots indeed!!
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I never know what I'm going to see when I open one of your posts, neat stuff.

Did you use the 10 second timer?

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Great "conjurer" xHassan, and original shots indeed!!

Hahahaha. Thanks a mil mate

And yes I realized the arm positions are awkward :P
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I never know what I'm going to see when I open one of your posts, neat stuff.

Did you use the 10 second timer?

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I hope that was a compliment :P

And yup. 10 sec. Press the shutter release. Then cup the water in both hands
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I hope that was a compliment :P

And yup. 10 sec. Press the shutter release. Then cup the water in both hands

Yes it was.

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Very cool images, you make the water come alive in your photos!
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Oh good then. It was my first attempt and I KNOW there's glitches there

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Old Nov 4, 2011, 4:45 PM   #9
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interesting.

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Great high-speed work, very cool
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