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Photographer Judi Liosatos  Judi Liosatos {Karma:34047}
Project #24 The Decisive Moment Camera Model Sony DSC F828
Categories Digital
Sports
People
Film Format
Portfolio People
Lens Carl Zeiss
Uploaded 6/1/2005 Film / Memory Type Digital
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Views 1162 Shutter
Favorites Aperture f/
Critiques 86 Rating Critique Only Image
Location City -  Central Queensland
State -  QUEENSLAND
Country - Australia   Australia
About One of todays shots. I was stuck behind a large wire fence and the majority of the area was in shadow from a large pavilion. Unfortunately this threw a shadow across the man.

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There are 86 Comments in 1 Pages
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Anderson Miranda   {K:1231} 4/3/2007
Hi Judi!

I am very impressed with all your beatiful photographic work!!!!

I would like to invite you to be a contributor artist of my online fineart store:

www.andersonmiranda.com

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 7/11/2005
Hey, there's my cinderella. How are you doing babe...except for being completed snowed under with catching up. Don't worry, be happy. You will get through them all soon.

Judi

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Antonia BauerleinSehnert   {K:30599} 7/11/2005
What an absolutely fanTAstic shot Judi!!!!!!!!! Strange, I was sure I'd commented on this, but no, and now I see BIP -- SO perfectly deserved. What more can I add to what has been said!? I've really got some catching up to do with you. The awards have even piled up in the few weeks I've been away, so I'll begin there! Way to go my friend. Hugs. Antonia

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Nitish Kanabar   {K:2618} 6/21/2005
Fabulous! Congratulations on the award. In fact, I think the shadow works as a metaphor for overcoming one's fears!

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Saintz Saintz2   {K:11250} 6/16/2005
The action is freezed greatly ..!
Also i like the sunlight coming from left !

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Niels Hansen Niels Hansen   {K:293} 6/14/2005
Magnificant simply beautiful.
Niels

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Yutaka Itinose Yutaka Itinose   {K:22586} 6/7/2005
Oh,dynamics,dear Judi,nice and fortunately spot lighted at the players face and balls.Thanks many comments on mine.

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/7/2005
Wow....thanks so much Allen. I am pleased you like this series.

Judi

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Allen  . Allen  .   {K:-605} 6/7/2005
I was purusing your lates submissions to see which one "jumped" out at me (no pun intended). I can see why this won Staff Choice. Good work Judi.

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arwa abdullah   {K:34415} 6/5/2005
Congratulations my friend for this extraordinary image! perfect timing colors and perspective! Good enough for a huge Nike poster

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/5/2005
Thankyou so much Fadel. There are some humourous ones yet to come.

Judi

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Fadel J Fadel J   {K:13974} 6/5/2005
Great action series, and this one is very funny, congratulations on the well deserved award Judi!

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James Hager   {K:6285} 6/5/2005
Great action shot, but the shadow prevents it from being an outstanding image.

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/4/2005
Thankyou so kindly Luigi. I am really pleased this one received an award.

Judi

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/4/2005
Thankyou so much Roby. I am really happy that this one was recognised.

Judi

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Luigi Parisi   {K:1167} 6/3/2005
Congrats for Awards, this is merit a great mention.
Good Good Good
Luigi

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Roberto Arcari Farinetti Roberto Arcari Farinetti   {K:209486} 6/3/2005
WOOOWWWW
Ok.. finally a well deserved award in sTAFF CHOICE!!!!
I love it, roby

;-)))

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Larry Hammond Larry Hammond   {K:16631} 6/3/2005
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!!!!!!!!!!! OK

Lazza

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Larry Hammond Larry Hammond   {K:16631} 6/3/2005
Yes indeed Judi,

this all has helped a lot,

thanks!!

Larry

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/3/2005
Aww...thankyou Michael. You just made me feel so proud. Thankyou.

Judi

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Michael Kanemoto Michael Kanemoto   {K:22115} 6/3/2005
"Unfortunately in shadow?"

That subtle lighting draws attention to the expression and the double arm rock drop! That makes the shot man!

Claim it...

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/3/2005
Yes, I worked on stop action shots. I didn't use multi bursts but just took one shot at a time. I didn't use a tripod but as I saw them coming for the shot I aimed and prefocused on the basket as I knew that was the rough distance from me that the basketballer would be, then I recompsed the camera to capture the basketballer and as he came into the frame followed through with the shutter. There is absolutely no cropping on this image, so what you see is what I took.

Okay, with copying the stats it is a bit fiddly.

Open up PSP and open your image, then go to Image/Image Information and click on the EXIF tab. Leave it open.

Now open up PSP again and it will open in another window. Yes, it will.

Now in the second PSP go to File/Import/Screen Capture/Start and you will notice that you now have the first PSP window in front of you with your image info. (Whatever was your previous viewed window before you click on screen capture will always be the one to show up after you click on start)

Now you will notice your curser is a cross type symbol. Move your cursor to the top right of your EXIF screen and right click once. This will trigger the snapshot action. Without moving the cursor left click once and then move the cursor to the bottom left of the EXIF info. You will notice a square is being drawn around the info. Left click once and you will usually be taken straight back to your second version of PSP. If not just click on the second version PSP window and you will see your snapshot there.

You will have to do three snapshots of the EXIF info as you cannot scroll down whilst doing the snapshots.

When you have captured all the info go back to the second version where your snapshots are and copy and paste them into a new document and arrange them correctly. Now crop around the information and save it using the file name matching the image but put EXIF after it so you know later when you are viewing that folder that it belongs to the particular image it is next too.

I hope that has helped you.

Judi

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/3/2005
Yeah kind of. I don't know what they are called but they are large square gaps in the wire fence. Enough to stick the lens through.

Of course you can follow me around....but you will need to have energy as I work quickly. LOL!!

Judi

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Larry Hammond Larry Hammond   {K:16631} 6/2/2005
Judi,

After reading the comments above and sports shots I have done in other years, it looks like a lot of these shots are at the instant of the guy's motion, which in effect stops him for that instant, right?

I see in your stats here the 1/250 @ 2.8 @ISO 64.
Apparently you were on your tripod. Would think manuel focus, but about where...the basket area, or a bit closer??

A lot of my early shots in this class were at
24 FPS (movies for training).

And once again buddy, how do you copy/cut/paste the stats in this manner? It would help me going back through my work to compare from camera to camera, shot to shot etc.

Larry

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Larry Hammond Larry Hammond   {K:16631} 6/2/2005
You don't mean a chain link fence do you?? It must have been one you could shoot over, no??

You know it would be a ball to tail you around for a day, it's just that I maybe couldn't keep up!! LOL

Larry

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Mark Evans Mark Evans   {K:17428} 6/2/2005
great capture judi !! love the detail and presentation .. cheers .. marky .

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Carolyn Wiesbrock   {K:14051} 6/2/2005
Caught right in the act..fantastic!

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Jose Ignacio (Nacho) Garcia Barcia Jose Ignacio (Nacho) Garcia Barcia   {K:96391} 6/2/2005
superb. in my favorites. 7

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/2/2005
Thankyou so much Kel for all of your wonderful comments.

Judi

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/2/2005
Thankyou so much sweetie for all of your wonderful comments on my images.

Judi

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/2/2005
Thankyou so much for your wonderful words my friend.

Didi

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/2/2005
I have attached the settings for you. I hope they help Al.

Judi

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/2/2005
Aww...thankyou. I am flattered.

Judi

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/2/2005
Oh, I wish!!! Thanks Roberto.

Judi

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/2/2005
Thankyou so kindly my friend for your comments.

Judi

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/2/2005
I never said that...LOL!!

Judi

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/2/2005
Thankyou Ameed. I am pleased you are finally getting to see my work.

Judi

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/2/2005
Hehehehe...they are a stunt team that use mini tramps to get the height. And with some of the jumps they did...they definitely needed it. The weirdo basketballer in my next image had many close calls, including landing on the upturned mats between his legs....OUCH!!

Judi

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Laurie Gould   {K:11942} 6/2/2005
Fantastic action shot! I love the angle you chose for this and the shadow doesn't bother me at all. Very well done! :)

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Kelly    {K:20268} 6/2/2005
hey great action shot... yer it's a shame bout the shadow, but still a great shot.... love it...
cheers
kel

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Hanggan Situmorang Hanggan Situmorang   {K:37833} 6/2/2005
The shadows make this photograph more telling, Judi. It's alive. Very well captured, my friend. Congratulations!

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B:)liana    {K:30945} 6/2/2005
wow. wow. bravooooooooo dear Judi what a brillant capture.
Kiss,
B:)liana

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Giorgio Mesghetz Giorgio Mesghetz   {K:6724} 6/2/2005
ciao judi,sei sempre in forma al top!7/7

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Debarshi Duttagupta Debarshi Duttagupta   {K:26815} 6/2/2005
Ooooh!!!! what a shot !

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Salvatore Rossignolo   {K:13559} 6/2/2005
Judi! Imagine the serendipity of the shadow. It adds depth and contrast to the vivid color. The image emotes and palpable sense of inertia and power. Very very strong Judi.
Sal

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Asim Roy Asim Roy   {K:10051} 6/2/2005
Great ligting, great capture with the double B Judi, love asim

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Dave Stacey Dave Stacey   {K:150877} 6/2/2005
A great action shot, Judi, and I think the shadow makes it that much more dramatic.
Dave.

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Alison Webb   {K:1779} 6/2/2005
This is great Judi, can you tell me what you'r settings were, i have been trying to capture my daughter at gymnastics but don't seem to get just the right setting still get to much blur.
Cheers Al.

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Marilyn Nagy   {K:6008} 6/1/2005
Judi, Unbelievable stop action capture. The shadow even adds to the shot as he is coming out of it and jumping towards the light. Well done. Marilyn

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Francisco N-G   {K:28728} 6/1/2005
Amazing capture Judi!!! Great skills for capturing the moment. You are so talented!

Francisco

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Giorgio Goretti   {K:15471} 6/1/2005
but the shadow don't disturb at all, and instead adds something like a 3D effect.
Great timing and great colors Judi,
well done again, sweet lady from Australia..
Giorgio

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patrizio napolitano   {K:13119} 6/1/2005
eccezionale un'azione superlativa
patrizio

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Saqib Zulfiqar   {K:2745} 6/1/2005
I like the composition, light and the guy's expressions.

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Riccardo Corsini   {K:17796} 6/1/2005
Very beautiful, dynamics, spectacular. . . . . . .

Ric.

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Roberto Arcari Farinetti Roberto Arcari Farinetti   {K:209486} 6/1/2005
SUPER FANTASTIC..
I see an SC my dear, my best wishes, roby

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Rosario Esposito Rosario Esposito   {K:9796} 6/1/2005
The wings lack,...... beautiful acrobatics
-Rosario-

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Dino Lupani Dino Lupani   {K:15142} 6/1/2005
Wow Judi.....eccezionale cattura, bellissima anche l'espressione del volto della persona, bravissima!!!!!
Ciao

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Dorothy Di Liddo   {K:13787} 6/1/2005
Great capture- shadow or not!!!! :) Dottie

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Mila Croft   {K:6038} 6/1/2005
Fantastica!!!!!

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Alex Pieroni   {K:15506} 6/1/2005
Fantastic capture, Judi.
I like it, in my the shadow doesnt hurts. The shot is simply wonderful.
Congrats,
Alex

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Miguel Andrade   {K:5463} 6/1/2005
Superb capture Judi... fabulous!

Regards to you my friend

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Patrick Ziegler Patrick Ziegler   {K:21797} 6/1/2005
Most Excellent.. Great Stop action.. The shadow adds to the composition..... (who said white guys can't jump?)

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Ameed El-Ghoul Ameed El-Ghoul   {K:42215} 6/1/2005
Excellent capture Judi, I like the sharp details in here, obviously the shadows didn't affect the quality of your capture, very well done, Regards,

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Maria Luisa Vial   {K:36017} 6/1/2005
WOW!!!! Perfect Judi... Love the composition... Beautiful action shot...

Cheers,

MaLuisa

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Mark Kresl Mark Kresl   {K:9434} 6/1/2005
Another perfect exposure, Judi. Great expression on his face. It really makes the shot work.

Mark

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So Cal Photograhper   {K:18529} 6/1/2005
Sports photography may be your other niche in life. Excellent! I love the shadow on the man, it seems to draw more attention to his screen and the rim of the basket - the focal point of the photo.

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Jeanette Hägglund Jeanette Hägglund   {K:59855} 6/1/2005
I agree with the other - SPLENDID!!! Look at his face ;) GREAT Judi!

Jeanette

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Karadag Metin   {K:2939} 6/1/2005
excellent, superb.

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CAGATAY ATASAGUN CAGATAY ATASAGUN   {K:21564} 6/1/2005
I'm doing triple :P
Good shot Judi, congratulations!
You did captured on time...
Best wishes,
CAgatay

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Angelo Villaschi Angelo Villaschi   {K:49617} 6/1/2005
Judi,

I was about to say "great composite and well done for getting the shadow right" but apparently you've fooled us all again and this is a straight shot :)

Great timing for a good action shot. How did this bloke jump up so high???

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husniye yurtseven husniye yurtseven   {K:333} 6/1/2005
I love this game.A very good action.

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vito lentini   {K:13130} 6/1/2005
nice jump!!!!congrt ciao vito++++++

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Rodotheos Dovilus Rodotheos Dovilus   {K:1582} 6/1/2005
Excellent capture. Nice composition and tones.

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erkoc dalaman   {K:4295} 6/1/2005
Wow.. great honor for me Judi!!

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/1/2005
Thankyou so kindly sweetie. Your words are important.

Judi

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Judi Liosatos Judi Liosatos   {K:34047} 6/1/2005
Thanks Erkoc very much. Your words really made me look at the image again....and I can see what you are saying. I was actually looking at the image in a totally different way. Thankyou so very much for pointing that out to me. I am so tired...LOL!! So thankyou for helping me.

Judi

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Jason Mckeown Jason Mckeown   {K:22200} 6/1/2005
i think the shadow helps by drawing your attention to the blokes face and where he's looking, nicely done

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erkoc dalaman   {K:4295} 6/1/2005
Don't be so sorry about the shadow..The shadow makes this incredible capture more intersting..congrats..

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Gianes Ma Gianes Ma   {K:26069} 6/1/2005
Fantastic!!!
Gread capture Judi!

G.

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Filippo Giorgio Filippo Giorgio   {K:2158} 6/1/2005
...fantastic Judi...free in the air!!!
:)

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David McClenaghan   {K:9481} 6/1/2005
Judi the light and the shadow is what makes this image stand out :)

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moataz k. elkateb   {K:4971} 6/1/2005
amazing shot.. I LIKE IT VERY MUCH ..
well done.

R E G A R D S
M O A T A Z

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Guy Dube Guy Dube   {K:6932} 6/1/2005
Terrific! A very good shot Judi, very well done. The image is very clear, no blur because the movement.
Best regards
Guy

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Margaret Sturgess   {K:49403} 6/1/2005
Fantastic action shot Judi, Great detail and angle - and I just love the way my photo came up next to yours and my 'gentleman' is looking at your 'action man' LOL
Margaret

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giovanni guido marchi giovanni guido marchi   {K:27040} 6/1/2005
che energia...ottima cattura,congrats!!!!

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Giulio Rotelli Giulio Rotelli   {K:28441} 6/1/2005
Bel fermo immagine. Uno scatto che trasmette in pieno la dinamicitā dell'azione.

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