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  1. #6661
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    Thanks DPR.

    I like that shot a lot. It's, errrmmm, interesting
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  2. #6662
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    I should have titled the photo.

    "Things we say ok too as long as it gets the kid to take a bath".

    Or

    "I guess he's looking forward to summer!"

    Thats a green flannel I carefully placed before taking out the camera
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  3. #6663
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Beaut panning Anco.

    How about this for a study in breaking the rule of thirds. I like it anyway but as I'm dad I may be a tad biased.
    You might want to train the little one that the snorkel goes on the left side of the head. Seriously it does so it doesn't foul your regulator hose coming over your right shoulder and also so that you can remove your regulator with your right hand whilst fitting the snorkel into your mouth with your left hand.

    BTW. Nice shot. I have an almost identical one from back in the film days.

  4. #6664
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Thats a green flannel
    Translation for US readers. "Thats a green face cloth"

  5. #6665
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    Thanks K1W1, When I put it on him it's always on the left, I just said ok if you must and snuck out to get the camera witha big smile leaving him to it!

    Someone (Eric?) ages back kept trying to get me to stop posting shots of the jetty looking out to sea as a leading line photo at sunset. Here's one looking back to shore just after sunrise

    "Early morning Fog"
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  6. #6666
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    "Early morning Fog"

    With James Dean in a trenchcoat walking towards that picture would be worth millions to you.

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    I'd settle on Scarlett Johansson if I had to
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  8. #6668
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Thanks K1W1, When I put it on him it's always on the left, I just said ok if you must and snuck out to get the camera witha big smile leaving him to it!

    Someone (Eric?) ages back kept trying to get me to stop posting shots of the jetty looking out to sea as a leading line photo at sunset. Here's one looking back to shore just after sunrise

    "Early morning Fog"
    What are you doing on a jetty just after sunrise? Should be sleeping
    Nice shot, it is different from the normal sunset jetty shot and it works.
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  9. #6669
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    Very nice DPR.

    Striking, to say the least
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  10. #6670
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    Excellent composition DPR

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