Always Carry a Camera
Whistler, British Columbia
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I was relaxing on a lake near Whistler last summer, when out of the corner of my eye I noticed a person standing in the trees. Not sure what was going happen next, I grabbed my camera and zoomed into the max focal length on my lens. I snapped this frame just as the man reached his peak on what looked to be a new rope swing. The original photo wasn't great because I was so rushed, but I was able to edit it in post production and share this awesome summer moment.
TOOLS: Canon 6D, 24-105mm, 1/200 second, f/7.1, ISO 800
Lead Photo: Dylan Furst
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