Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility
Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility

Jiu-Jitsu: A Test in Flexibility

So the fine people Team Octopus Sandy Springs had been trying to convince me to shoot some photos of their other programs, and can I just say that I so do not understand Jiu-Jitsu. Don't get me wrong: I respect it as a form of martial arts. However, I don't know how to do it, frame it, or shoot it. To me it looks like a bunch of people in pajamas wriggling around for 30 seconds followed by a flip or them trying to make out. Just totally different than boxing in terms of photography because you can't tell where they are moving or going. Special thanks to Jiu-Jitsu master Gui for indulging me and allowing me to photograph his class. Hopefully I was able to do it justice despite my lack of experience with the discipline.

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