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Re: Winds Project 52

Post by TomCofer » Sun Aug 30, 2015 2:51 pm

If we get to see shots like that...

I'm thinking you need to miss the bus more often. :D Nice work Eric.
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Post by WesternGuy » Mon Aug 31, 2015 6:33 am

Nice shots. I think the last one is my favourite. :thumbup:

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Post by Wind » Sun Sep 06, 2015 12:04 am

Week 20/52. Spring is here which for me means going to the beach in shorts.
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Being outdoors with your Race Face on.
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Post by TomCofer » Sun Sep 06, 2015 1:42 am

It's kinda neat how our seasons are different.

She looks serious about her riding! :)
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Post by WesternGuy » Tue Sep 08, 2015 7:05 am

I agree with Tom - being north of the equator means we are just opposite you, seasonally speaking. I was reminded of that the other night when we had about 2-3 cm of snow fall overnight, but then we are in the higher hills on the north side of the City and we always get it before others further south. It was all gone by mid-morning, but it is still a very blatant reminder of things to come. (Y)

I like the beach image very much.

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Post by Wind » Fri Sep 11, 2015 12:15 pm

It is neat that our seasons are different felt like it might snow this winter. All I know is if it had it would have made it interesting. Glad it is over and spring has sprung.

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Post by Wind » Sun Sep 13, 2015 11:28 am

Week 21 /52
Days off spent with my folks on the River Murray.
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Post by WesternGuy » Mon Sep 21, 2015 5:39 pm

Very nice. I like the second image best of the two - it has a certain peaceful tranquility to it :thumbup: . My only comment I would make is that I would be tempted to clone out the tree at the waters edge on the left, middle part of the image, but then that is just me and I tend to a lot more fussy than a lot of folks. (Y)

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Post by Wind » Tue Sep 22, 2015 2:44 am

WesternGuy wrote:Very nice. I like the second image best of the two - it has a certain peaceful tranquility to it :thumbup: . My only comment I would make is that I would be tempted to clone out the tree at the waters edge on the left, middle part of the image, but then that is just me and I tend to a lot more fussy than a lot of folks. (Y)

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Cheers Western Guy the tree is a distraction on the horizon I agree appreciate your feedback.

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Post by Wind » Tue Sep 22, 2015 2:56 am

week 22/52
I have had too put the 5D mkiii out to rest while I wait for some much needed sensor cleaning, now visible at the widest of apertures. Broke out the 50D out of retirement for these kite surfing captures. One noticeable difference between the two is the ability to modify the focal point and allow the increased area of focal tracking of a kiter.
iso 200, f3.2, 1/1600s, @135mm Did a bit of selective colour saving on this one as it was a nice spread of the oxide red that represents this Iron ore town.
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Standing in waist deep water and 20 knots of wind is a great way to filthy a camera.
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