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  • Protective Boy-2

    Sawsengee - Thankyou so much for your UA, your folio is amazing. Just love the support this platform allows.

    Dave
    • 22 Mar 2016 11:33AM
  • Protective Boy

    thanks answeronapstcard , I looked at your folio, as a result, your comment carries considerable weight. Love your diversity and skill.

    Dave
    • 18 Mar 2016 8:57AM
  • Redcliffe Pier Sunrise, Brisbane, Australia

    Awesome Graeme, I live a 5 min walk south of here. It is a great place to live.

    congrats on a great capture.

    Dave
    • 18 Mar 2016 6:58AM
  • HMAS Gayundah

    Thanks guys for your time and comments.
    The iso and aperture were deliberate, I wanted to try and blur the water and test the IS of the lens. Never expected to get the pic I did.
    The crop top is my fault and I should have given it a bit more space. Right side is a large apartment block, if I move to avoid it I lose the impact of the monster wanting to eat me.

    Do love your comments guys
    thanks again
    David
    • 10 Mar 2016 11:49AM
  • Formal night

    Thanks Tish will have a play with it.
    Dave
    • 20 Feb 2016 9:34PM
  • Phillip Island Sea Gull

    Hi guys,
    thanks for taking your time to critique my pic.

    Willie- yes I need to learn photoshop, Lightroom does have some limitations.
    Dark-lord - not that much cropping 10% max. The birds are used to us walking along the defined board walk that meanders through the rookery.

    thanks again guys
    Dave
    • 5 Feb 2016 7:33AM
  • Phillip Island rookery

    Thanks Dudler and Pamela for your critiques. I see exactly what you mean about the exiting board walk. Pity I did not pick up on it when I was there. Only a 1600 km trip to move my camera a minimal amount.

    Lesson learned.

    Thanks again

    Dave
    • 4 Feb 2016 9:29AM
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