A&P Clifton Beach Waterscapes

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  1. wisie

    wisie New Member

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    Yesterday was a slow afternoon and photographs seemed the go! I really enjoy walking around slowly on my own and just taking everything in as I feel too rushed when people are with me... I got awfully wet but I feel it was worth it!

    This series was shot with my 350d / 10-22/ .6 & .9 nd grads

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    Thanks!

    - Al
     
  2. UnNakedChef

    UnNakedChef 2jz Sackrider Holder

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    If they were smaller, and more center justified, it would be easier to critique.




    Thanks!

    -Clint
     
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    a little bit higher res would be nice, looks like those are some pretty good shots
     
  4. wisie

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    UnNakedChef - Thanks I will take that into account when I compose my future shots
     
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    I love #2
     
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    holy shit man, these are great! did you use HDR?
     
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    looks good
     
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    great shot! all of them are pretty nice
     
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    ace3 mouthify my wang.

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    #2 is sweet. post a bigger pic of it?
     
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    nice as usual wisie. do you use cokin P's or screw ons?
     
  11. wisie

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    I use the Z series but I'm not sure why as someone told me they don't vignette on the 10-22 which is lies and they do a little so maybe I would of been better off with the P series. Ahh well!

    Thanks for the love guys
     
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    Z is bigger I think.

    small -> large
    A - P - Z - X

    oh unless you want black corners :)

    I use a thin P holder and its fine, havent tried it on my 10-20. maybe I should.
     
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    :cool: as usual man :bowdown:
     
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    #2 is great
     
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    Beautiful. I was actually thinking of picking up some ND Grad filters. How much do they run for?
     
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    Would love larger shots...larger as in around 40x as large.
     
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    :mamoru: You're composition is fine, or at least I think from the little bit I can see. It's your posting that needs some help. Bigger pics man!
     
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