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  1. #6171
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    The best free safety in the game baby!!! I can't wait til kickoff!!!


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  2. #6172
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldor88 View Post
    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.
    There's always cropping...

    Really, really love the moodiness of it...
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  3. #6173
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNB View Post
    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.
    Way cool...
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  4. #6174
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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/
    Whoa, cool shots! I like the color one a bit better, but they are both great!

    Quote Originally Posted by TNB View Post
    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.
    Amazing shot, I love the red lighting!

    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    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.
    See, now shots like those are the reason I was previously wishing for some Wyoming scenery! Beautiful shot. I like your husband in the shot too, gives the viewer a nice "scale" to go by.

  5. #6175
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    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.

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    awesome. really really good!
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  6. #6176
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    Thanks guys, if you're interested, take a look at another view of the same falls over in the Waterfall thread.
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  7. #6177
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNB View Post
    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.
    very cool...Love the lighting idea and effect...
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  8. #6178
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    Posted in the "Day of a Nikon user" thread

    First real work shot from the D80. It's doing fantastic "in the field"
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  9. #6179
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    thats a hell sharp panning shot, very well done.
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  10. #6180
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    This is the same river that was in my last shot, just higher up the mountain (and later in the day.)

    C&C always appreciated!
    Whoa Tori, I think I'll take my pathetic little bat and ball (or in this case waterfall) and go play somewhere else.

    That's a beautifull image, congrats.
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