How to NOT hold a lens properly ...

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Of course, this has nothing to do with the fact that he is using a 20D ...

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Unavoidable camera shake in his near future even with IS on ...
 
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HEY....that's how I hold my lens.....the overhand technique..................hehehehehe..........just kidding!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
 
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Different strokes for different folks.

I was at the wedding couple months ago and Main Photographer was using Nikon D model (not sure which one) and was holding her camera the way you see it above. Not sure why but either she was more comfortable or ..... :)
 
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Jay Luto said:
Different strokes for different folks.

I was at the wedding couple months ago and Main Photographer was using Nikon D model (not sure which one) and was holding her camera the way you see it above. Not sure why but either she was more comfortable or ..... :)
Jay, I have got to compliment you on your avatar! I find myself staring at that little guy. How does one do that?

Rich
 
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Rich Gibson said:
Jay Luto said:
Different strokes for different folks.

I was at the wedding couple months ago and Main Photographer was using Nikon D model (not sure which one) and was holding her camera the way you see it above. Not sure why but either she was more comfortable or ..... :)
Jay, I have got to compliment you on your avatar! I find myself staring at that little guy. How does one do that?

Rich
YUP ... Fantastic Avatar ... Can he build me one with a Boobie Joe on it ???

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hahah...

Talking about hijacking the topic.

I wish I could take credit for this little guy. I found that .gif file on internet and saved it locally. Sorry !
 
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