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Sun seting after a storm :)
I used CS2 and the eraser worked ok for me :)
Dam that rocks i had to try it myself.
One of my wife in the New Zealand Ironman last year.
I am in Australia Queensland And it is a Tawney-Frogmouth Owl ;)
This fell has been in our back yard for about 3 days now
Late afternoon shot on canon 20D lens 75-300mm full manual mode :)
:D Wasting time waiting for my wife to retun into the Bike/Run transition walked out to the end of the Rock and concreat wall and shot this and about 15 others :rolleyes:
:) Took this at the Australian Ironman Triathalon Cannon EOS 20D Shutter speed was about 60th sec lens EFS 18-55mm was practising panning befor my wife turned up, Turned out to be a member of her...
Thank you for the kind comment.
The city is Brisbane,Queensland Australia. :)
Same flower but with a slight Hue/Saturation and lighting change :)
Took this when the sunrise i was waiting for was ruined by clouds :(
Sun setting on the same lookout :)
Got this one morning from a mountain top lookout
Took these outside the hotel we were staying at when on holidays :p
:) Yeah nice job it bring a whole new dimension to the photos when done correctly I have spent years and a good many wasted photos trying to get it wright (35mm SLR) now i have a EOS 20D i can wast...
I shot these in RAW larg and used up a full 512 mg card lol got about 80 shots in about 30 minuts. :cool:
Mesed with the color temp and tint with this one :eek:
Ops thats one large pick lol
Most are around 30sec exposure F-Stop 20 Aperture 8.6 ISO-100 Manual exposure
:) This cat is 1 of 3 we have and she has to be the dopiest cat i have ever seen i mean if she is sleeping and you pick her up and move here she just goes back to sleep without moving :)
My wife was compeating in the Ironman triathalon so i took some shots of the lake. Larg ones at that and a Bumble Bee man theay got the largest Bumble bees i have ever seen. Images streght out of...
:) I would have to say that the second of the 2 definatly are to blue i think the first one gives the pick a nice early morning feel to it. :cool: