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On Nov 17, 2017, RichA wrote
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> Performing musicians. Seen one shot for the most-part, you've seen them all.
> Bride and groom smiling next to the wedding cake.
> Someone running with a ball (any sport you'd care to mention).
> A sleeping cat.
> A skateboarder on one of those swoopy man-made tracks.
> Food shot from above.
> Still lifes featuring fruit in a bowl.
> Most shots of animals in zoos.
> A model showcasing a car on a stage.
> 3/4 wide-angle shots of cars.

OK! What do you shoot?