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780 Sharpening your great white shark

780 Sharpening your great white shark: Deke's Techniques
780 Sharpening your great white shark: Deke's Techniques

Great white sharks are not mindless eating machines. Nor are they particularly dangerous to human beings if you stay out of their way. Otherwise, little is known about them. A single shark may swim all the way from Mexico to Japan in a single year, but we don’t know why. We don’t know how long they live. They play rough but heal remarkably quickly. And even though they enjoy a reputation as ferocious apex predators, no great white shark has survived more than a month in captivity. And so when you photograph one of these amazing creatures, you want to get it just right. Here’s the best way to sharpen a photo of one of the biggest, most dynamic fish left in the world.

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