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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by vesko, Nov 23, 2007.

  1. vesko

    vesko TPF Noob!

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    Last Sunday I continued my photography education. I practiced focusing and blurring different objects (mostly sea birds at Coogee Beach, Sydney), as well as freezing and “milking” waves. I like the manual focus (autofocus still doesn’t work well). Didn’t have much success with the waves, don’t think the shots are good enough for advise, but I liked the birds. Tell me what you think?

    Canon Rebel, 17 – 85 “enthusiast” lens.

    1. Lazy (f5.6 1/2500 ISO 400 85 mm)

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    2. No one understands me! (f5.6 1/1000 ISO200 85 mm)

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    3. Attention! (f7.1 1/1000 ISO 200 85 mm)

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    4. Let’s Run (f6.3 1/1250 ISO 200 85 mm) Hope Rob is happy with this one.

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    5. Run Away (f6.3 1/1250 ISO200 85 mm)

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    6. Where? (f5.6 1/1250 ISO 200 85 mm)

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    7. Together (f5.6 1/1250 ISO 200 85 mm)

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    8. I’m out of here (f5.6 1/1250 ISO 200 85 mm)

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    9. Gone! (f5.6 1/1250 ISO 200 85 mm)

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    Thank you!
     
  2. RKW3

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    Overall these are pretty cool, the focus is good for the most part. Just watch out for the blown out parts in the seagulls' feathers! Use the burn tool or something to tone it down a bit.
     
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    Great work with those birds. The second is my personal favorite.
     
  4. vesko

    vesko TPF Noob!

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    Thank you Robbie and HyperSnifer!
    The burn tool was a good idea. Thanks for the advise!
     

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