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To Snap or not to Snap ?


mixipix 2 12 Australia
14 Nov 2012 11:29AM
Nothing wrong with taking a nice snap, but after sitting on the touchline in the pouring rain trying to get that elusive great moment in a game, I'm no snapper, I'm a professional photographer and theres no luck or merely snapping involved,it's a deliberate and professional process that I've undertaken. Bloody 'Snapper' my A#@*^!

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SlowSong Plus
6 5.2k 29 England
14 Nov 2012 6:54PM

Quote:Bloody 'Snapper' my A#@*^!
A frozen, wet A#@*^ even. Grin
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Cephus Plus
10 2.2k England
14 Nov 2012 9:02PM

Quote:Nothing wrong with taking a nice snap, but after sitting on the touchline in the pouring rain trying to get that elusive great moment in a game, I'm no snapper, I'm a professional photographer and theres no luck or merely snapping involved,it's a deliberate and professional process that I've undertaken. Bloody 'Snapper' my A#@*^!


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pulsar69 11 1.6k 6 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2012 9:24PM
Being called a snapper is almost as bad for me as that person who has to come up to you at every wedding and utter the words ' goodness are you still here ' ... no I'm not i am a hologram dont you know .... Tongue

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