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Agnos MRotatorHD 7.5 meter pole

License to fish...

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While others had license to shoot, I had license to fish, and here I really did it! I particularly enjoy in this perspective having captured the girl attention and when rotating the image you can see also the shooting crowd captured quite nicely. To my surprise, the speaker at this booth nicely asked what was it and I explained a bit about the fishing I was doing and everybody liked the idea.

Olympus Land Cruiser got stuck...

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Another oportunity to do more fishing with my pole.

Fishing a Samsung girl...

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Yes, the fishing pole can be used for that too...

The Future is Analogue...

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Unfortunately Lomo picked the wrong band to put on stage, look at the amount of digital devices just to make some noise... I guess some classic guitar players or choir singers would be more apropriate for an analogue show!

Fishing Lomos

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Just me trying to fish some lomos with my Agnos Fishing pole.

Pole Pano on the IVRPA Booth

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Another view from the IVRPA booth.

Sony City II

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Another view from the Sony City.

Sony City

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Sony had this model city built in, but unfortunately no one was allowed to walk over it, luckily my 7,5meter pole saved the situation allowing me to put the camera on the spot I needed.

Arriving at Koeln Messe on day 3

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This was shot on our first day at Photokina as we passed by the south entrance of the Koeln Messe. The entrance in itself is impressive and many people take pictures here but I choose a higher point of view to show you a better perspective.