A model dual wielding my P7s (Slightly NSFW)

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    Out on the Track
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    I've been trained both ways. Louis Awerbuck trains to put your finger on the trigger when aiming at a target. Other instructors have trained to keep your finger straight while threatening the target and only put your finger on the trigger when the decision has been made to shoot.

    Hmm. The latter method makes sense to me. Probably results in a hell of a lot less accidental shootings. Also, your photos are just incredible. What is your usual rate?
     

    aroundlsu

    Bayou Photo Shooter
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    It's just two photos composited. The dead guy on the ground was already
    there. This is actually my first attempt at trying to composite a still photo. My next project I plan to take it up another notch. Anyone here a 3D artist?

    My rates are reasonable. Email me if you have a project.
     

    Guate_shooter

    LA CHP Instructor # 522
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    Dude thats some bad asssss pics, much better than the ones I take on my iphone LOL but I guess thats why I'm not a photographer.

    You lucky dawggggggggggggg!
     

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