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  1. #6561
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    Love the dolphins Andrew.

    Herc it was the 18-200VR that I use almost exclusively.
    Usually I'm unhappy at 200mm with my results but the lion came out really sharp. I was underexposed but managed to recover it as the original was a raw. The rest of the lions head was in the original but got really contrasty as the fence started to obscure the light path.
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  2. #6562
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    Todays pic from the archives. Taken during a walk around my local lake.

    How do you all calibrate your monitors, I'm not sure I've done it right all my shots look OE.
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  3. #6563
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    Another wakeboarding shot of mine. I don't like it quite as much as the last one I posted, but I'm still pretty happy witht the way it turned out. C&C welcome!




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  4. #6564
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    Quote Originally Posted by Turo View Post
    Another wakeboarding shot of mine. I don't like it quite as much as the last one I posted, but I'm still pretty happy witht the way it turned out. C&C welcome!
    I'd try a tighter crop. Also have you tried a slightly slower shutter speed? If not, I'd try a few just to see if the water wouldn't look as "frozen" as long as the wakeboarder can still remain in focus.
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  5. #6565
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    Truckin!
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  6. #6566
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNB View Post
    I'd try a tighter crop. Also have you tried a slightly slower shutter speed? If not, I'd try a few just to see if the water wouldn't look as "frozen" as long as the wakeboarder can still remain in focus.
    I prefer the "frozen" look, I feel it makes the shot timeless, both literally and figuratively.. just my 2 cents. nice shot!
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  7. #6567
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    Just a panorama from Tropical Storm Fay...



    And a link to the full size if you wanna look through it!

    http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3170/...2ed94755_o.jpg
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  8. #6568
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    Quote Originally Posted by gsusmaniac View Post
    Just a panorama from Tropical Storm Fay...
    I like that. To me the long thin image with the black border works on that shot(s).

  9. #6569
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    I put a semi-thick border, because when I print it tomorrow, it will be 43 inches long and only 6.5 inches tall...so the border gives it a little more height!
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  10. #6570
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNB View Post
    I'd try a tighter crop. Also have you tried a slightly slower shutter speed? If not, I'd try a few just to see if the water wouldn't look as "frozen" as long as the wakeboarder can still remain in focus.
    I was suggested a tighter crop by a few people on flickr, and I do agree it could look better with it. I can't really do a slower shutter speed because these guys are too fast and it will result in motion blur.

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