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  1. #6161
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssil2000 View Post
    I bet you do!
    lol well...i asked for that i suppose !
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  2. #6162
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    Now for something a bit different .



    Original here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/aldor88/2682809309/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/14807929@N05/

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  3. #6163
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    Took this pic yesterday w/D80 and 55-200mmVR/AF and Speedflash 600

    C C is very welcome
    Started with a Nikon D50 and now learning how to use a D80.
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  4. #6164
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    How could I have gotten the bubbles to stand out more??
    Started with a Nikon D50 and now learning how to use a D80.
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  5. #6165
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    Love that shot Aldor88....what is that place???
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  6. #6166
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    Redbull Flugtag yesterday here in tampa, all i can say was that is was CRAZY

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  7. #6167
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldor88 View Post
    Now for something a bit different .



    Original here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/aldor88/2682809309/
    For me, it's almost perfect. I would have preferred the subject slightly off to the right...but you're the artist...and a pretty good one the that...
    Some Gear: Nikon D700; Nikkor AF-S 50 f/1.4 G; Nikkor AF-S 24-85 3.f/5-4.5 G ED; Tamron 28-300 f/3.5-6.3 VC; Nikon SB-800; Velbon Maxi-F; Canon Pixma Pro 9000; Canon S3IS, Canon SD500; Epson 4990; Epson P5000; Wacom Intuos 3

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  8. #6168
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTL View Post
    For me, it's almost perfect. I would have preferred the subject slightly off to the right...but you're the artist...and a pretty good one the that...
    Thanks, yea I would have liked the composition a bitt different but it wasnt possible as the rock goes into water just to the left so I went with a center composition.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/14807929@N05/

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  9. #6169
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    I took a rock photo myself, well sort of. The old train tunnels in the photo were the turn around point for a marathon ran last night. I used a red gel on an SB800.
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  10. #6170
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    This is the same river that was in my last shot, just higher up the mountain (and later in the day.) The little white person is my husband. I used my polarizer fader to darken the scene a little, but having the waterfall in the shade makes the most difference. I used medium-high contrast in-camera, and raised the exposure in PP.

    40 mm, 1/1.3 sec., f/16, ISO 200
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    C&C always appreciated!
    Last edited by toriaj; 07-20-2008 at 07:57 PM.
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