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April 2016 - Level 2 photo assignment - 1/1000 or faster

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    Default April 2016 - Level 2 photo assignment - 1/1000 or faster

    Hi members

    This month's level 2 photo assignment is 1/1000 or faster which means the shutter speed needs to be fast

    Assignments should be posted right here in this thread.

    Okay then who will post first?

    Level 1 assignment is here.
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    all shot at 1/1250

    straw8 by Chris Campbell, on Flickr

    straw6 by Chris Campbell, on Flickr

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    Nice start here AT - The ball is nice and frozen in most of these.
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    Getting set up to shoot some soccer @ 1/1600, I saw this "Cujo" killing Wilson

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    Here's mine at 1/1000
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    LOL I'm 4'9, so I can tell you we all have an inner "Cujo"!
    I'm here to learn. I always welcome constructive feedback on my photos. I know of no better way to grow and improve than to have an open mind.
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    Ah 49...... so young. That ship sailed a loonnnggg time ago.
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