Would have been a winner if you were standing where the tree is in the far left corner..
I like number two the best. The only thing that spoils it for me is the hair across her face. I really like the B&W conversions as well!
They're all underexposed and looks like the focus has just missed in all of them.
When I shoot foot ball matches I shoot in aperture priority...
Totally agree. Lose the flower and tyre and frame much tighter.
Agree with both of you too!!
For concert photography I use mainly my 135 f/2L on a 5D MkII... The length is great and the speed is good too.
I like the shot of the guy sitting on the R1. Nice lightning. You had the ride idea of the rolling integra shot, just bad time of day to do it.
Get your eyes tested newb.
Here is another centred, loosely framed, expressionless surfing shot for all the pro surf photographers out there.
No cpl was used. I used a 5DMkII and the EF24-70 f/2.8L though which I think gave me some vignetting on the edges.
Hows this one?
Another one from the same afternoon.
This is true. I guess with taking 3 exposures in different directions you get that? How do I overcome it ?
Shot this in the late afternoon. Three shot stitched panorama.
Nice light trails coming through the clouds.
Freaking unbelievable... Fantastic shots!! Thanks for sharing these!
Agree with Reece Man. This photo could be a real winner with some good exposure.
Apart from not dropping them in the sand, no.. I have my camera fixed to a monopod as well..
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