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    G'day all

    Another morning to see the sunrise - this day no clouds = no real beaut coloured sky, so it was looking into the water over the rocks

    1- Water cascading over the rocks ahead of me

    exif- Panny G2; [email protected]; 2sec x F22; iso-100

    2- Some pretty big rebounds came along occasionally

    exif- Panny G2; [email protected]; 1/640s x F5,4; iso-800

    3- There's always one hopeful fella

    exif- Panny G2; [email protected]; 6sec x F22; iso-200

    As always, feedback welcome
    Phil
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  • #2
    Nice series Phil. As much as I can relate to the fisherman, #1 is my pick.
    Last edited by Toddyh; 11-02-2018, 11:54 AM.

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    • #3
      Thanks mate

      As the sun slowly "exposed itself" it meandered behind clouds one minute & full sun the next - making accurate WB a bit of a guessing game
      However the water shots with long exposures to get the water's movement did cause me some timing issues ... without my remote control I had the use the 2-sec self timer to stop tripod wobble - and lost some chances as well

      All in all I'm happy with the event & pics
      Phil
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      • #4
        Nice ones Phil, love them.
        Lloyd
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        • #5
          Yes, I like them all. The fisherperson in #3 is pretty sharp considering the 6 second exposure! Are you sure it wasn't a statue?
          Last edited by Isac; 14-02-2018, 11:27 AM.
          It's the little things!

          Cheers, Greg C.

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          • #6
            Well that's weird! I just posted a comment and it appeared as "seaslug". Mmmm very odd!!!
            IShootACanon

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            • seaslug
              seaslug commented
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              Yes and I've had it rearrange the text as well.

            • Toddyh
              Toddyh commented
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              It must be a Greg thing.

            • Isac
              Isac commented
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              Could be Todd! I'll keep my eye on it and see what happens from here on in. Very strange though.

          • #7
            G'day fellas

            It's always a bit surprising how still some people are while they're otherwise 'busy'

            Here's the fisherman in closeup ...
            Phil
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            • Isac
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              I have a lone fisherman shot on a beach in our SW but nowhere near as dramatic as yours Phil.
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