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  1. luckydog

    luckydog TPF Noob!

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    Hey gang!
    Went out bushwalking today and have the scratches to proove it.

    Here's a panorama (i hope) from the top of one of the climbs

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    Some scenery (with a little fill-in flash)

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    and one of me, taken by my mate (notice the wide open eyes not knowing when the shot was coming) :shock:

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    luckydog makin' the case for Australia!

    Thanks for sharing these.

    I like.
     
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    Very nice, I love the first one.
     
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    what lense did you use for the first one?
     
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    I really love that first one. The second is very nice as well. Are you shooting film or digital?
     
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    Hey there,

    Thanks for the comments. Muchly appreciated.
    These are all digital shots, i like the blues in the first one too!
    As for lenses, no special lenses or filters were used. Just the panorama function on the camera.

    As well as photos i also found that i came home with 5 ticks on me! Stubborn blighters too.
     
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    The blue's in the first one are great. That is also a very nice panoramic and does not seem overly done.

    The land is nicely placed to the right framing in the water. The only part that bugs me is the white on the horizon to the right side of the picture. I assume the sun was to the left.
     

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