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  1. #2041
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    fdexclpl's pictures

    Fdexclpl those shots are great.

    The one with the lighthouse, did you wait for that moment or did you happen upon it?

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  2. #2042
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottK View Post
    Fdexclpl those shots are great.

    The one with the lighthouse, did you wait for that moment or did you happen upon it?
    I was at the beach to take some moon/sunrise pics. I like being out at that time. You get some great shots and it is quite peaceful.
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  3. #2043
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    Watering cans in front yard HDR from a single Raw file.


    Name:  Watering Cans HDR Re Sized.jpg
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  4. #2044
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    Thumbs up Now, that's a composition!

    This is a terrific example of the photographic eye at work.

    Most excellent, Frank. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonSchap View Post
    This is a terrific example of the photographic eye at work.

    Most excellent, Frank. Thanks
    I agree, what a great shot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonSchap View Post
    This is a terrific example of the photographic eye at work.

    Most excellent, Frank. Thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by fdexclpl View Post
    I agree, what a great shot!

    I always have my camera with me and am always looking for something to shoot. I make a lot of u turns while I am driving.

    Thanks

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  7. #2047
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    excellent job frank. crop it tighter and bump up the exposure a tad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    excellent job frank. crop it tighter and bump up the exposure a tad.
    Looks better Rooz. I have been trying to crop my images in a printable format (8x10 or 10x8) So when I have my friend print them he don't have to crop them again. I will re crop it.

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  9. #2049
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    Looks pretty good. Nice bright punchy colors, but probably could tone down the HDR a bit or not have used it at all. I don't know, I wasn't there, but it was just 1 exposure after all.

    Time to celebrate 100k views guys! It only took us 9 months too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dr4gon View Post
    Time to celebrate 100k views guys! It only took us 9 months too!
    Yeah thanks to closet Sony lovers like Rooz and Jekostas!
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