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  1. #2341
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    @hank that is a great picture of the waterfall, I like that the speed was slow enough that the water is 'blured' and really gives me a good impression of fast movement.

    @shaft, I like the 'stomy' composition of the photo
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  2. #2342
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    eat your heart out big kev !
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  3. #2343
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    D200, Sigma 10-20, 1/125, f13, ISO 200, @10mm

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  4. #2344
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    Stoller, I like that shot a lot, but just one small critque- I'd rather see the whole tree instead of it being chopped at the top of the frame. It leads the eye up and out of the frame. I don't know if it was possible because the tree was too high but that's just my opinion. I do like the photo though.
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  5. #2345
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    You know I thought the same thing when I got home and seen it on the PC. At 10mm I don't know how I missed it. It's usally hard to miss anything at that range.

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  6. #2346
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    Damn this threads high standards!!



    Took my nephew to the zoo today where I found my favorite animal. The Dark Frog. This was the 1st time I got the gutts to use ISO1600.



    all the zoo pictures: http://r3gmedia.com/gallery/main.php?g2_itemId=636

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  7. #2347
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    I'd say ISO 1600 was a smashing success there, r3g.

    Dam', Michael, your landscapes are always so well-exposed that they almost make me want to throw in the towel and never take my camera outside again. Almost, mind you.

    Awesome shots folks.
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  8. #2348
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    The 1600 looks great!

    My favorite animal is the seahorse, there aren't any around here We don't even have any aquariums.

    The LDS temple in Salt Lake City.
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  9. #2349
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    eat your heart out big kev !




    Definitely not of this earth. Where are you really Rooz?





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  10. #2350
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero View Post
    Here's another HDR, this one was made from a single raw file (my other rawfiles wouldn't allign with this one). I took this one on the Orkney Islands. This one is not realistic at all, but I kinda liked it. What do y'all think?

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    Mate well done, I saw this shot & just said out loud.. Wow!
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