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    Default A Great Day For Sports Photography?

    A Great Day For Sports Photography? - scott kelby

    http://www.scottkelby.com/blog/2009/archives/6310


    i came across this post today. and i was totally appalled at the attitude of those group of sport photogs. in fact i dont think this is the first to happen. not just in sports photography anyway.


    whats everyone's opinion on this matter?
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    Pfft.

    Disgusting bunch. Period.

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    Unacceptable. If no one knew that the shot was taken by a supposed "amateur", nobody would have bothered.

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    Just shows how 'pro' they are. 'Pui'
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    i think that what the "pros" did was downright low. it's not right!

    but then again, it happens everywhere in the world.. there will always be people who try everything to protect their rice bowls. to such people, i only have one thing to say. they must be so worried about their rice bowls because they don't have much substance in the first place.
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    A Great Day For Sports Photography? - scott kelby

    http://www.scottkelby.com/blog/2009/archives/6310


    i came across this post today. and i was totally appalled at the attitude of those group of sport photogs. in fact i dont think this is the first to happen. not just in sports photography anyway.


    whats everyone's opinion on this matter?
    a misunderstanding that was blown out of proportions. a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.

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