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    Blooper Frames

    Sorry, have just too much fun this year (2010). Hope it holds up.




    Looks like we did not follow the rules of proper composition here. Very bad.

    First wanted to delete this frame (not cropped). Then I started to laugh. Hope I am not alone.

    Share your blooper frames.
    Uwe Steinmueller
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    Re: Blooper Frames

    I love this blooper frame!

    It made me smile and yet it also evokes a kind of canine longing and existential angst.

    Unfortunately my only blooper frame is from another camera, and is not nearly as wonderful as this one.

    Thanks for making me smile today!

    DGM

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    Re: Blooper Frames

    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalGreaseMonkey View Post
    I love this blooper frame!

    It made me smile and yet it also evokes a kind of canine longing and existential angst.

    Unfortunately my only blooper frame is from another camera, and is not nearly as wonderful as this one.

    Thanks for making me smile today!

    DGM
    Glad I am not alone.
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    Re: Blooper Frames

    Uwe,

    Composition rules were made to be broken. I would not count this as a blooper. Love it as is...

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    Re: Blooper Frames

    >Composition rules were made to be broken.

    THat is my only rule :-). I hope you read ti as irony.
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    Re: Blooper Frames

    Excellent Uwe, made me laugh out loud -- and I like the image too
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    Re: Blooper Frames

    This was a mistake, because I was to late, but I quet like it. The lens can be a little sharper but not much Didn't cost much though!
    Wanted to try out a Tokina 500mm mirror.
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