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The athletes’ faces tell you everything you need to know

Try to get as many faces with as much emotion as you can. This photograph is a good example of having multiple faces with varying expressions and good action to top it off. As a viewer, you can lock in on either runner in the lead. You can then go back a layer and focus in on the runners coming up behind them.

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