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How I use a monopod and how to use aperture priority for sports photography.

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Keep Shooting Monday E19! This episode I give my feelings on Adobe's new Creative Cloud pricing structure and remind you to be careful when shooting with your equipment in harsh environments like a 'Color Run'. I answered questions about monopods & remind you why you should never shoot Auto ISO and how to use aperture priority for sports or action photography.

This week's photo assignment is 'Motion'. Post your best motion photo in the forum here Keep Shooting!

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0 # Rich Ramirez 2013-05-14 02:29
love your videos and find them very informative. when you do the videos and your reading something you are closer to the mike and sound so much better. when you are talking into the camera it sounds like your in a big room and your voice is not as clear. thanks for all your videos and i hope you did not mind me telling you about the sound.
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0 # Kristy 2013-06-04 10:52
Thanks so much Greg.. I love your work mate!
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0 # Bruce 2013-06-05 12:13
Your understanding of Adobe's Creative Cloud subscription are incredibly naive. Leased software in the 1950's through the early 80's restrained the development of software programs. Programs by IBM were crude at best. With the advent of the microcomputer and boxed software there was explosion innovative programs. Large software houses are trying to push us back into the dark ages with leasing arrangements. You don't think it is a big deal until you want to update a couple of years from now. You should have the foresight to look into the future and realize how sinister this plot is going to be.

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