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  1. #15791
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Well they were subtly used cause I can't spot them unless it's the balcony area
    Both illuminated rooms on the 1'st floor as well as the balcony had SB-800s with Pocket Wizard Multimax triggers and CTO gels.
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  2. #15792
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    Rich,

    Great shot, I'm ready to move in.

  3. #15793
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    Hallett Cove Beach, where Lukas suggested I go for a sunset years ago. Finally went there as it's near my temporary work place.

    Texture in the rock brought out the hard way in photoshop (instead of the easy way with a flash cause I didn't think about it in advance and take it with me).
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  4. #15794
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    Wow, that's a ridiculously awesome shot DPR
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  5. #15795
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    Thanks Anco
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  6. #15796
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Hallett Cove Beach, where Lukas suggested I go for a sunset years ago. Finally went there as it's near my temporary work place.

    Texture in the rock brought out the hard way in photoshop (instead of the easy way with a flash cause I didn't think about it in advance and take it with me).
    Atsa nice.
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  7. #15797
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    That's a rather pretty surreal shot DPR, nice work
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  8. #15798
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Hallett Cove Beach, where Lukas suggested I go for a sunset years ago. Finally went there as it's near my temporary work place.

    Texture in the rock brought out the hard way in photoshop (instead of the easy way with a flash cause I didn't think about it in advance and take it with me).
    Brilliant !
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    Sunset Thundershower

    One of several pics I took of a developing thundershower yesterday. Tweaked exposure and color a bit with ACDSee Pro 5. Original was pretty flat.
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    Too bad about the power lines. The cloud colors have a painterly feel like one of those old European scenes with saints and such descending from the skies.

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