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    Prefer to do it alone. Just bring along a spare cam in case one fail.

    My cam jam once while shooting a wedding session.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yappy View Post
    Prefer to do it alone. Just bring along a spare cam in case one fail.

    My cam jam once while shooting a wedding session.
    tats scary.

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    Alone...primary reason would be..Own time own target! No waiting for the other party to show up due to "rubber band timing"!
    Its a Sony :: [ SGP Birds ]

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    Alone. I tend to camp in certain places for hours and sometimes forget lunch. I don't want them to shrivel and die because of me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kkgoxplore View Post
    Me? Kemo Sabe.
    Ah The Lone Ranger. Same here especially for candids and street photography
    less discrete the better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    actually, i started off with ir photography, and i did it all alone...

    then came back and asked the seniors in the ir section about what i was doing, etc.


    guess ur better than i am i'm still trying to figure out a way to do channel swapping in camera... through white balance. cause some competitions dun allow manipulation to that extent in photoshop so i hope custom white balance can cheat a bit still experimental stage, might not be possible...
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    guess ur better than i am i'm still trying to figure out a way to do channel swapping in camera... through white balance. cause some competitions dun allow manipulation to that extent in photoshop so i hope custom white balance can cheat a bit still experimental stage
    you can't channel swap in camera, i think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    you can't channel swap in camera, i think.
    naoooo

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