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Against The Odds

“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.”  ~Albert Einstein

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Capturing nature in its extremities can be a challenge, I got a taste of it when I tried to capture the stormy thunderous night. All drenched, I took more than a 100 shots and managed to get just one good enough one.

DP Photography Challenge: Against The Odds

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11 thoughts on “Against The Odds

  1. when enlarged very atmospheric shot

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  2. Beautifully done. So many shots, your persistence paid off. I too like taking multiple shots of the same scene, or at the same spot where I am standing. When you compare the shots later, you realise all of them look different. Usually the more photos I take of a certain place, the more I feel I get a good image 🙂

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  3. I too operate at the ratio of 99 poor shots to one good one. It made things really difficult in the days of chemical photography when you only got 16 shots, for example, and you had to pay for the developing as well as the original film. As a little, boy in the 1960s. I just found a cheaper hobby!

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    • Aww… I know, my first camera was a Yashica, and buying a roll and developing it was a costly affair. Technology has changed so much since then, I took this shot from my phone which has 13 mega pixel camera. There was a time when I had spent $300 for a 13MP bulky camera 🙂

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