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  1. siphoto

    siphoto TPF Noob!

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    Hello all,
    havn't posted on these forums at all lately, been too bust shooting the surf, its been decent for once, here are a few favourites of my mates.
    All taken with my Sigma 170-500 F5-6.3

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    8.Only one that isn't sharp :( , Steve goes big.
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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Guess the photo that does not belong to the series :biggrin:

    Cool ones of your mates making the most of the surf!
    I really like #3, but would appreciate if you played with the levels just a tad to add some more shadow and colour.
     
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    Lighting levels were high


    Good luck the near future
     
  4. Tyson

    Tyson TPF Noob!

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    I would have tried to under expose them a bit, but wow nice shooting. I wish I was there to try that!!
     
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    siphoto TPF Noob!

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    Thanks for the feedback.
    For surf I don't shoot RAW, shooting in RAW and taking sequences with a 350D doesn't work too well. I have turned the brightness down in these shots using photoshop. Shooting surf on the East Coast of Australia is bit of a mission, arvo lighting is the best (pics 5-9) but shooting in the morning is very hard, finding the right angle to shoot on, where there surf is going to be good and finding a decent peak with decent surfers on it.
     
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    The photos may be a bit light but surfing sure looks like a great way to spend an afternoon.
     

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