Dolphin

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  1. lazarus219

    lazarus219 TPF Noob!

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    Hi,
    I got this picture a while back off our boat- the only thing i would have liked to change was the color of the water. This is one of those shotsthat ireally like but dont know why i love it so much.

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    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    I'd be very nice if it was in focus... It's not and makes this photo quite simple. As far as I can critique that...

    I think if you used much shorter exposure time... like 1/2000 it would be sharp enough.
     
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    Needs some sharpness and the left side of the jumping dolphin is almost washed out. Fantastic perspective and timing.
     
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    i think its mainly the wtaer spraying over it that makes it look out of fouc but ill try sharpening it some and post up the results
     
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    i love it. its the first picture ive ever seen like this :) i dont mind any blkurr it has. it adds to the action and excitment. it would be nice to have a sharper image just to see the dolphin at the surface better. but dolphins arent the type to listen when you say, 'stay still for a second' without being trained ;)
     

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