Bayonet mounted!! Must be a volatile dangerous and violent place!yorgasor said:I picked up this one in Thailand last month:
I'm pretty sure I've seen this pose in several stereotypical photographer position lists. I was excited to get one of my own.
They are, the command is typically "fix bayonets". They're convenient for making a rifle into something front-heavy which rattles.AcutancePhotography said:I always thought that bayonets were affixed instead of mounted.
Thanks, it is around 5% when using the 70-200 IS II. I shoot burst of 7-8 and each burst I have at least a medium or a keeper, sometimes 2.jdramirez said:
I am shooting you shooting me shooting you king of thing.canon1dxman said:This was at the ICC T20 Cricket World Cup 2010 in West Indies. He was one of the ICC staff photographers so we took photos of each other in action!
Dear Rienzphotoz,Rienzphotoz said:Did you deliberately focus on "thunder thighs"? ;D ... I'm just kidding, for some reason the "thunder thighs" just seem to stick out the most in the image. ;D ... the girl has a very pretty face and her expression is perfect for the image.Jim Saunders said:There were some classes going on at Image Square while I was there. This was with a 135 f/2, otherwise I'd have pulled back a bit for context. What a place to spend an afternoon!
Not long after that photo, asked out to meet the ICC Lawyer and the host broadcasters' s producer as I didn't have a press pass but had similar equipment to their own guys! Common sense prevailed though and I carried on.Besisika said: