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How Did You Take That Picture?

It started out as a simple picture post, then the comment thread went in a different direction and became something special. Redditor gxace has fingers that don't bend, so he does not have the wrinkles on the inside of his knuckles that the rest of us have. That was mildly interesting, but then someone asked, "How did you take that picture?"



He responded by posting another photo.

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Who knows, he may still be adding photographs to the thread. But it turns out that this has happened before, a couple of years ago, when redditor gimmegimme asked for members to show off their tattoos

That's when Saend posted a picture that piqued much curiosity. "How did you take that picture?"

"But how did you take that picture?"

"But how did you take that picture?"



Even Saend congratulated gxace on pulling off the more recent stunt, with more pictures even though his fingers don't bend. The question: how many cameras does one person really need? The answer: more!  


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Before the red shirt got attention with the way he took this kind of picture, I attempted this myself. It took an hour or so for me to get my perfect shot - by chinning the camera button on the side of my phone. I had to press through the skin into the underside of chin, into my jawbone, to click the button. It was my way of saying "I can do it with what I got." I feel that the very manner in which a photo is constructed can be picked up by the person deciphering the image. Every angle, every line speaks. They would understand how important it was to me. In that very brief moment they would scan it with their eyes and feel it in their gut.
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