By: Austin C.
This reaction photo show a Martin Methodist College right fielder diving for a ball hit by California Baptist's Kendall Gorham during the NAIA Tournament in Alabama. This rule helps the photography rule of reactions because it shows that you should aways be ready to take any picture.
This photo is taken of one of the team members of Oregon's mens soccer team. This photo helps the rule because it show that winning can cause a great reaction too.
This is a picture of baby Charlotte doing her wide-eye reaction to the old tune of the Hall & Oates classic, "Private Eyes." I think this picture shows and helps the rule because it shows that some reaction are very, very, very cute.
This is a picture of a cat reacting to a Facebook comment. This shows how some photos really are funny.
This is a picture of a thermite chemical reaction. This helps the rule by showing that some reactions don't just come from humans and animals.
This is a photo of a lemur reacting to a tourist while in its cage. This photo helps the rule by showing that even though you thought you might not get a good shot, it still could turn out good.
This is a picture of fireflies glowing at sunset. This photo shows a reaction in their abdomen caused by a chemical mix. This helps the rule by showing how even chemical reactions make great photos.
This is photo of a bullet traveling through a carrots top. This shows a reaction photo by seeing how the littlest things can cause a big and cool photo. This is cool because of the detail shown in the photo.
This is a photo of a sports manager reacting to the loss of a game. This picture applies to the rule by showing how important it is to snap a photo at just the right moment.
These are photos of people being given prizes on Oprah. This contributes to the rule by showing how amazed and thankful people can be when surprised.
This photo is a girl getting splashed in a puddle. This photo is important to the rule because it shoes the element of surprise.
This is a picture of a woman passing the baton to another woman during a relay race. It is significant because it shows the importance of focus in sports.