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I have a photo friend that has that talent that everyone just loves. He could slip and fall and land on a pile of dog poop and somehow make a majestic landscape photo out of it.
All joking aside, he is really a good photographer, I’m just glad that he doesn’t do the same types I do.
To jermyster – I get looks and comments all the time when I bring out my big lens. Not bragging, but I have a 400mm 2.8 and when I put the 1D on it, it draws people in like flies to, well you know.
People say the same thing, “Wow, that camera must take awesome pictures!” I just agree and state that I am merely there to transport it and set up the tripod, the camera does all the rest.
Funny thing is, I can take that same lens and pop my Canon T3i or my 40 year-old Minolta SRT to it and get the same reaction.
I think going to the zoo’s and aquariums are fun and they really test your focusing and setting adjusting skills.