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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Actinometro, Mar 27, 2012.

  1. Actinometro

    Actinometro TPF Noob!

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    I like both, they are amazing!

    In the first one, did you try moving to your right, in order to take in the breaking waves from closer and a little bit less sand/pebbles? But I guess you would have risked your gear in the water ;-)

    Great shots, I like both of them!
     
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    I especially like #2.
     
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    Thank you.

    No I didn't try coming closer to the waves. Sea was not friendly enough yesterday. Besides I wanted to have pebbles texture in my first plan.
     
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    I am thinking how much a single spot can be successfully used again and again.... i must appreciate you!!!

    These images are really outstanding... the feeling of distance in the first and the foot prints in the second are really outstanding !!!!

    Regards :D
     
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    Love the second one. It feels very dream-like with the soft lighting and textures.
     
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    Thank you Freq.
     
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    Thank you R3d.
    That's what I saw in there. Photo had very, very little edition.
     

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