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  1. #4211
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post

    Nice idea and execution ssil2000, I'm struggling to get enough light under the jetty myself at sunset. Here's a similar one just after dark last night. 70mm, shutter prior 8 sec, 0EV, iso200 on the 18-200VR.
    awesome shot
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  2. #4212
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    Quote Originally Posted by dxrocnxj View Post
    ahhh sooo warm haha.
    im moving to the tampa area in june.
    we have tooooo many people already lol jk but seriously it is getting ridiculous here. its like everyone that moves to florida now moves to tampa!!!
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  3. #4213
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    good idea, average execution. just couldnt get him to give me an unobstructed shot with the blue flowers in the background. this needed more dof aswell. very frustrating.
    sb600 used rear facing away from subject to illuminate blue flowers, R1 used to expose butterly.

    no, the background and clours are not photoshopped btw.



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  4. #4214
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    and morning dew

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  5. #4215
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    That is one cool shot DPR, something about it looks unusual ... what PP did you do on it?
    Thank you - you're all too kind.

    Believe it or not there is ZERO post work on the shot. I just reduced the image size and typed DPR onto it. I even forgot to sharpen it like I normally do! I think the unusual exposure is because I set the exposure metering and focus point onto the top handrail (simply because the cam wouldn't autofocus under the jetty, not enough narrow lines I suppose.

    The real work was in sorting through and throwing away the other 100 shots that didn't quite hit me.

    I really wish I'd shot it raw rather than large normal jpg. I'm thinking of printing it largeish and putting it on the wall as my first shot that worked. It'll be the $4,000 wall decoration

    Oh by the way nice shots everyone. Rooz having failed myself to get a great shot from an almost stationary (nearly dead?) grasshoper I can start to appreciate your work. Tricky subject, beautifully composed. I really love the background and those antennae.
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  6. #4216
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    Rooz, those are beautiful colors, and I love the dew.
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  7. #4217
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    good idea, average execution. just couldnt get him to give me an unobstructed shot with the blue flowers in the background. this needed more dof aswell. very frustrating.
    sb600 used rear facing away from subject to illuminate blue flowers, R1 used to expose butterly.

    no, the background and clours are not photoshopped btw.

    That some razor thin DOF. Nice color.


    Quote Originally Posted by btuner View Post
    we have tooooo many people already lol jk but seriously it is getting ridiculous here. its like everyone that moves to florida now moves to tampa!!!
    If I moved to Florida it would be to Jacksonville. They have a much better football team!
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  8. #4218
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    and morning dew
    Wow, amazing colors, VERY nice!

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    Nice shot rooz.Heres an opinion on one of the events on Australia day
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  10. #4220
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    I was playing around withhte pp on this one, ended up exaggerating the colors a bit...

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