Photography Advice from National Geographic
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From The Complete National Geographic
Original Content | December 04, 2009
Avoid taking too many staged photos. They lack excitement. Instead, take photos from different angles—get high, get low and point your camera to the spot where you anticipate action is going to be. The secret to getting great candids is taking lots of pictures. Shoot like crazy and keep the ones you want.
About the photo: Emory Kristof's July 1971 photo catches sport fishing vacationer and her blackfin tuna catch of the day.