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4 Reasons to Never use the Delete Button on Your Camera

I was walking around a wild horse range in Utah this past summer, backing up, shifting one way then the other, looking for my shot, composing and recomposing when I almost stepped on this: I freaked out. Very quietly, since I was almost standing on a snake and I don’t want to disturb him any more […] The post 4 Reasons to Never use the Delete Button on Your Camera by Lara Joy Brynildssen appeared first on Digital Photography School.
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