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19 minutes ago, Pete said:

I did a shot a  bit like this albeit in the not-so-exotic location of Altona. It's a bit of a bs photo, lead-in lines (the pier) rule of thirds (end of pier) long exposure (creamy smooth water) ND filter (to lower the exposure on a sunny day) and HDR (to get a surreal view of the character of the wood.  It all kinda works, but kinda doesn't....

You can't beat the sun and the sky in your pic!

 

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Love it mate, looks awesome!

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My cousin just sent me this which my daughter(8yrs old) took on the weekend 😳👍👍

She was having a go of his camera. Bloody great shot. 

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1 hour ago, Wronggenes said:

Hello Ladies

Not what I was thinking at the time... I was really tired and had had too many beers before eating 😳😳😳😬

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8 hours ago, Tyno said:

I've only ever seen The Phantom wear a purple shirt so well. :D

Hahaha 

Not sure if I had black undies on though... LOL 

Next time 😂😎

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I took this photo a while back when experimenting with different things - anyone want to guess what it is?

 

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OK due the the overwhelming interest in the mystery object here is the other end of the thing:

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Now of course :) , the question on everyone's lips is "how did you get such a large depth of field on a macro shot ??" (Macro shots typically have a notoriously shallow DOF) 

Answer - not a photo but photos - I think about a dozen and stitched together using a focus stacker.   A really neat trick if you want to photograph something small and keep all the details. 

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I just thought it was one of those giant forks people used to bring back from Fiji :lol: 

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1 hour ago, roxii said:

I just thought it was one of those giant forks people used to bring back from Fiji :lol: 

Ha Ha you just brought back an old memory - my uncle and aunt had one of these in their kitchen. 

I tried this on something slightly bigger - 

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and something a bit more cliche'..

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as you can see, all the tech but absolutely no artistic talent.  :(

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