Shooting

Shooting

  • Shooting Shooting The act or process of discharging firearms or other projectile weapons such as bows or...
  • School shootingA form of mass shooting involving a gun attack on an educational institution, such as a school or...
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  • gotto510 posted a photo:

    Osaka Hallal Food

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  • Medo Diabian posted a photo:

    Behind the scenes of Neoul Eh music video #tbt #AmrDiab #Musician #Music #Egypt #PhotoOfTheDay #InstaMusic #MiddleEast #Diabian #Diabians #picoftheday #Throwback #TB #AD #NeoulEh #MusicVideo #Video #Shooting #USA #California

  • Arantxa Signes Fotografía posted a photo:

    THE MUSE in the Jungle.

    Model: Tiffani (German)

  • Arantxa Signes Fotografía posted a photo:

    THE MUSE in the Jungle.

    Model: Tiffani (German)

  • Arantxa Signes Fotografía posted a photo:

    THE MUSE in the Jungle.

    Model: Tiffani (German)

  • CA Photography2012 posted a photo:

    Bentley Continental Flying Star

    RREC Burghley House 2017

  • CA Photography2012 posted a photo:

    Bentley Continental Flying Star

    RREC Burghley House 2017

  • CA Photography2012 posted a photo:

    Bentley Continental Flying Star

    RREC Burghley House 2017

  • CA Photography2012 posted a photo:

    Bentley Continental Flying Star

    RREC Burghley House 2017

  • CA Photography2012 posted a photo:

    Bentley Continental Flying Star

    RREC Burghley House 2017

  • CA Photography2012 posted a photo:

    Bentley Continental Flying Star

    RREC Burghley House 2017

  • LucasLy posted a photo:

    Lore, oblivious to me shooting away #europeWhoAreYou#Travel#documentary#beograd#belgrade#serbia#landscape#cityscape#serbia#landscape#cityscape#streetphotography#Sunset

    via Instagram ift.tt/2wsWsKQ My daily adventures ! findinglucas.wordpress.com

  • serenity's world posted a photo:

    mrs potato head

  • Wes Camino posted a photo:

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    A street portrait. Both her dreamy eyes and cute, upturned lip attracted me. Sorry that it is not pin sharp. I was simply too close for the lens to focus down well.

  • Markus Hertzsch posted a photo:

    Two Beauties

    Model: Angélique & KIEV IV

  • Frédéric Petit posted a photo:

    Emma & Bellvany (20 août 2017)

    album photos

    #Emma #Bellvany

  • JustBeLieveInYourSelf12 posted a photo:

    Artem

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    Monika

  • alexey & kuzma posted a photo:

    A photographer in high heels

    I wonder how she is able to sit and shoot while wears shoes with high heels on a cobblestone square. I am fascinated

  • Wes Camino posted a photo:

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    Did you have a good day of shooting, today? I did. Here is a perfect example.

    The girlfriend's behavior is her reaction to my activity of shooting her and her boyfriend in my usual 'no permission asked' manner. The boyfriend's reaction to her behavior means he spied my activity immediately, in the moment. What do you think happened?

    The boyfriend got all defensive to show his lady love he could defend her. But, before he went into that mode I had already turned and walked away.

    The way I chose to look at this situation and its consequences is that everyone got what they wanted. I got the photo. The boyfriend got the opportunity to demonstrate he could defend his lady love. And, lady love got some attention. We all got what we wanted.

    When doing close-in, no permission asked, street portraits as I do regularly you need to cover all your bases first. You need to know yourself so you can trust yourself to handle whatever may come your way. You need to know and understand human nature so you can dependably rely on your assessment of the danger situations like this actually present to you. And, lastly, you had better know exactly what you are going to do when situations like this arise.

    Walking away was better than just standing there like a deer staring into headlights. It meant I was not the victim. Rather, I was in control. The boyfriend was not going to chase me down the street and leave his lady love alone feeling distressed. I knew that. And, so it turned out to be. It was a safe shot, with no negative consequences. I got the shot I wanted to get. The reaction was surprising. But, the reaction was not threatening because I knew myself, my subject, and exactly what I was going to do.

    The sort of street photography I do is about far more than simply photography. You can do it, too. You don't have to buy long lenses and shoot far away to be safe. Rather, you only need to be honest with yourself, devote time and effort to learn human nature, and then gain experience that will teach you that you can rely upon yourself. Good shooting.