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Post Options Post Options   Quote Frankman Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 November 2010 at 22:08
Originally posted by Jocelynne Jocelynne wrote:

Frankman, wonderful and definitive study and essay. Impressive, to say the least. Thank you for all your effort on our behalf. I should like to have a paper copy. Could you put the text in a form which could be printed easily, directly from the computer? I would be obliged. And I know that I speak for others, too.

Thank you, again.   


Hi Jocelyn - the article was written by Harry John, so all credit to Harry . I hadn't thought about a "printable" format. The only way I can think of how to do it is to cut and paste text and images into MS Word or similar. I'll have a play with it....

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A relatively simple approach would be to
1. go to the original post
2. select "Quote" and
3. when the "Post Reply" window comes up, delete everything above:
{I}{SIZE=2}{COLOR=yellow}How I Became a Daddy Photographer{/I}{/COLOR}
4. scroll to the bottom delete everything below:
{SIZE=3}{COLOR=yellow}Harry{/COLOR}{/FONT}
5. Hit "Preview Post" button.
6. Right Click on the preview window and select print.

P.S. I replaced the regular brackets with curly ones.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Harry John Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 November 2010 at 15:31
@Dave18: Sorry for the long delay responding. I never subscribed to the threat so I missed your question back in July. I believe I shot all of the images with autofocus lenses. I found I needed that extra bit of speed to cope with a fast-moving child.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Harry John Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 November 2010 at 15:32
@Jocelyn: Thanks for the kudos!

It's good to see my article is still getting some play. It's been so long, I almost forgot I wrote it!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote rickztahone Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 May 2012 at 19:16
Originally posted by Harry John Harry John wrote:

@Jocelyn: Thanks for the kudos!



It's good to see my article is still getting some play. It's been so long, I almost forgot I wrote it!


very well written article and the photographs and technique are great! You have motivated me as you have others prior to me to pick that body up and go shoot the little one(s). I know it's an older article but it is so well put together i thought it needed a year and half long bump :)
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Post Options Post Options   Quote bharnois Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 May 2012 at 19:37
Terrific! Not much else to say, just terrific!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote yinghou Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 May 2012 at 04:55
Wow. This this awesome! A great read indeed. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and tips and with us Harry. I'll be sure to keep all these in my mind next time approach children photography.
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Outstanding and inspirational. Thank you!
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