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Thread: Can Drive Be Photographed?

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    It's all been said.... But GREAT capture.

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    I love it!!!!!!
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    Excellent photo.
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    Great photo. I'm not allowed to use the camera near water since I dropped my wife's cannon in the pond.

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    What a cool shot!!! Intensity, focus, drive....awesome.
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    Great shot, but does he have the drive to actually RUN ACROSS THE SURFACE to accomplish the retrieve?



    Tech info: Canon 30D/Canon 300mm F:2.8 Exp: 1/8000 @ F:2.8 ISO 400 Exposure Mode: AV
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    Quote Originally Posted by HPL View Post
    Great shot, but does he have the drive to actually RUN ACROSS THE SURFACE to accomplish the retrieve?



    Tech info: Canon 30D/Canon 300mm F:2.8 Exp: 1/8000 @ F:2.8 ISO 400 Exposure Mode: AV
    Don't know about that Hugh, but the pic would be more pleasing to look at without all the letters stayed across it. Just my two cents. Great shot.
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    Yep, I think it can
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    Quote Originally Posted by Esylivin View Post



    Yep, I think it can
    I love this photo with the caption! Great photos!
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