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Old 03-23-2010, 03:25 AM   #443
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Default Re: 2010 Photo Thread: Because Love, Beauty and Bespoke Tailoring will save the world

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Originally Posted by aj*smile View Post
Incidentally . . . I'm on a mission to find the next interesting photo subject for the US hardcourt season. Feli is pretty, but sometimes looks a little goofy on camera. Verdasco is a dream to photograph . . . a good mix of laughter and intensity from him! Haas is good, and Federer is striking in the right time and place. I like DelPo a lot as a player, but his charisma doesn't translate as well to the lens. Any other suggestions? Who is under-the-radar that I've missed?

I find Feli to take interesting photos, they are quite "active" looking, unlike most players who have the same look every time you take a photo of them. Hmmm, let me think, I did some this past week and a half and I have the players I enjoy photographing because I would rather have varied photos instead of the same damn thing. Ex: Roddick, you take photos of his serve, they all look alike.

I'll have to get back to you once my jet lag wears off and I can think properly. I like Gulbis, he has great expressions. Verdasco, too. Djokovic is interesting, he is very flexible, makes for some great photos.

Edit: Simon, how could I forget?

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