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Using Anticipation to Create Stronger Photographs — 2 Comments

  1. Thanks for this, Dan. I grew up near the ocean on Long Island and so have discovered that I’m pretty good at anticipating what surfers are going to do because I know how the water behaves. I also tried my hand at a baseball game in June (college league) and didn’t do too badly! Usually, though, I’m a stationary subjects person. 🙂 Your blogs are always incredibly helpful and interesting.

  2. This writup is sure an eye opener. I was digging up stuffs on the internet about anticipation in photography and stumbled on your blog. Its a good read. Cheers!

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