First time shooting the rough Sea!

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  1. lee_M

    lee_M TPF Noob!

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    I don't have a tripod!
    So there not as sharp as they could/should be!
    But i have now ordered a tripod so i'll have another go soon:thumbup:

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    Hope you think they're ok!? i'm still learning
     
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    the second one is a very nice angle. though it would have looked better taken on a tripod
     
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    lee_M TPF Noob!

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    It felt like i was going to fall over! i was hanging out over so much:lol:
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Yes, they are ok.
    As you are saying yourself, they would have been better if you had had a tripod even then. Therefore there's no need to tell you this.
    Other than that, though, I like your "eye" ... and desire to show the sea at its roughest (that is still safe for yourself and the camera, of course). I quite like the low angle chosen for the last, that is a nice point of view (POV), and I quite appreciate the inclusion of the house with the lights on ... feels like a cosy and safe place to run to from the dark and cold.
     
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    Nice shots. I like #3.
     
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    Yeah i think number 3 is the best!

    Thanks for the advice too!!
     
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    # 3 Rocks ......

    the background a little fuzzy due to lack of tripod ... but hell ... next time .. they'll be better ... thanks for sharing
     
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    lee_M TPF Noob!

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    WOW thanks bud!!:hug::

    Well my NEW tripod and head turn up today! so if it ever stops raining i'll pop out and have another go!:thumbup:
     

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