S.C. state park photos

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    I have been shooting paintball tounraments for the last 4 months and today we took off up to a state park in Northern Greenville County. Here is a couple of shots I thought were the best. Please let me know if you see anything I could have done different.


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    I like the 2nd shot.
     
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    There it is in color also. Didn't know which turned out better.
     
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    It's cool to see another paintballer on the board. I think there a few others floating around too. Tell me, how do you protect your gear on the field?

    I like the first shot. Something about the second is lacking... The highlight in the top right is distracting.
     
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    I protect it with a modified ziplock back to keep paint off and then hang a small towel of that. I have had equipment shot about everytime I go out on the feild but nothing damaging yet.
     
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    There are a couple of blown parts in the second photo, though I really like its subject and DOF you worked with there. Unfortunately it is not exposed right.

    The first is nice and I prefer the colour version here, but that is just me. There's a good many b+w conversions that I like (or do to my own pics), but here I just like the colours too much ... did you step into the river to get it?
     
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    Like all of them but the 1st is better in my mind
     
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    Photos are still there. I am not sure why they wouldn't be showing up for you.

    I stepped out on to other rocks to get the shots. I didn't actually get wet for it. Its to cold here right now to be doing that. Maybe next summer I will try getting wet to take some shots.
     

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