Redefine Adventure (Adventure)

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Atria

While I feel like Nicolas isn't entirely unfounded, I also feel like he expresses HOW he got the shots. He wanted to express how he got the shots from his adventures. And to do that he had to express his experience. He spent days figuring out how he wanted to shoot the elder, or how he wanted ...Read more

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Nicolas

Pretty much just boasting about his accomplishments and the trips that he has been on. Doesn't actually teach you how to take photos.

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