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Estonian Masters of Sport Chanbara (Spochan): Sergei Bobrov and Roman Vandtke
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Copyright: Andrew bodrov
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Uploaded: 25/02/2010
Updated: 18/06/2013
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  • Moafaq Jamal over 1 year ago
    Wow! that's incredible shot! I'm always keen in how to shoot pano of people. May I ask you what lens did you use for this shot and how many picture did you take? Thanks
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