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01/22/2019

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Stephen Kane

The photographic life ... nay, the artistic life ... nay, pretty much Life itself is agonizingly full of such "Oops" moments. Thanks for sharing this one. I too have a long lens that requires adjustments, at full extension, when in Aperture Priority; the camera, a bit too cocky about its image stabilization, just doesn't want to dial in the full doubled speed required in a Four-Thirds camera. Usually I remember to switch to Manual, but in the heat of the moment I sometimes forget and ... oops.

Joe Baker

As the old saying goes, it's what you do with it that counts.
:)

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