How to capture an aerial shot of your mate in the showers?

You probably already know how to do it, but if you’re like me, you might be wondering if you could do it with your own camera, or even without it. 

And what if you were to take a shot from the other side of the shower and then upload it to Facebook?

You could have a photo that’s both intimate and candid, and you might have a good chance of winning some money in the process.

The problem with this method is that you’ll be shooting from the side of a shower and it’s not a great idea to put a tripod in front of your camera to make sure your shot is stable.

If you have a tripod handy, I’m sure you could make it work for this.

So how do you make your shot with a tripod?

It’s actually pretty easy.

Here’s how.

First, you need to find a place where you’re comfortable with your camera, and set it down on the wall.

Then you’ll need a tripod.

A good tripod will have a height that is a little higher than your camera.

If it’s too low, your shot won’t stay upright.

So you’ll want to go with a large tripod.

If your camera is a normal DSLR, you can buy one of these.

If not, you could use an ordinary tripod.

Once you have your tripod, it’s time to put the lens into its tripod-mount bracket.

It’s important to have a very sturdy tripod bracket, because your tripod is a huge investment.

Here, I just used the Canon 6D.

Once you’ve got your tripod bracket set up, it doesn’t matter what kind of lens you use.

I used a Nikon D810 with a 1.4x lens, and the Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/4.5-5.6 IS II USM lens.

If this is your first time using a tripod, don’t worry too much about it.

If you’re new to tripod use, here’s a list of the pros and cons of different types of tripod.

Now, you’ll have to get into the habit of not moving the camera when taking photos.

This means that the shutter won’t be open for as long as you want, so make sure that you set your camera’s speed to something that you want to get shots at once.

You might also want to turn down the ISO to about 1,800 or 1,600, or you might want to set your aperture to f/5.0.

You can always go back to using your camera and adjusting the aperture.

You could also take photos at a slower speed, but this is going to take longer, so you might as well go for a longer exposure.

I use my Nikon D4 with an 8-megapixel sensor, and my Canon EF 70-200mm f1.4L USM II US macro lens.

This is a prime lens for aerial photography, because it’s so versatile and can shoot pretty much anything that’s in the sky.

I use it to capture this aerial shot.

Here’s what I ended up with.

I got this shot from my camera from the outside of a building.

You can see the water that is on the building is moving toward the ceiling.

A few days later, I was able to take this shot in the same location, but with a slightly different angle.

This is what you might see if you look closely at the ceiling and the water.

This shot has the water at the top of the building moving away from the camera.

It might not look like much, but it’s the most obvious difference.

And this is what the water looks like at the bottom of the water when the water is in the air.

Finally, you have to keep in mind that there is a big difference between what you get when you use a tripod and what you can capture with a smartphone camera.

The camera is not going to get as close as it does with a normal smartphone camera, because the aperture is not as large.

You need to use a zoom lens or f/2.8 lens.

So this is an aerial view from a smartphone.

For a smartphone, this is the view you’ll see from a phone with a zoom camera.

But a smartphone can’t capture the same level of detail that you can with a professional DSLR camera.

And a tripod can’t make that level of difference either.

So, if you want some fun with your wedding day, take a look at my guide to the best wedding photography apps for your smartphone, iPhone, and iPad.

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