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    Check out the lost Chinese Martial Arts of the photo Taking Techniques....

    Pooping Crane Technique


    Tight Skirts Praying Mantis Technique


    Drunken Fist Technique


    Crouching Tiger Technique


    Hidden Dragon Technique
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    got hidden dragon meh?
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    i tink i've seen something like this before haha..

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    Here's one I saw ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt
    got hidden dragon meh?
    You wouldn't wanna see it

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    lolx
    veri interesting.

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    Damn, I think I'm guilty of all these stances and some self-created kungfu style as well.
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    The horse stance is superb! No camera shake!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witness
    i tink i've seen something like this before haha..
    That was posted in pbase some time back lah I guess thats where you have seen it....
    http://www.pbase.com/kingbird/funny

    Hmmm.... come tot think about it, issit against CS policy to post pics taken by others without specifying the source?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt
    got hidden dragon meh?
    Got..

    paparazzi.... or the voyuer type
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    It's the perspective!!

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    Default Re: Ancient Chinese Lost Technique of Photo Taking

    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt
    got hidden dragon meh?
    Depends whether it's a water dragon or not.

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    posted before some time back...
    eat. drink. shoot

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    i've seen this many times with different captions too. that said, the 'crouching tiger' and 'hidden dragon' ones never fail to get me rotfl...damn power.

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