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Old Dec 11, 2012, 3:17 PM   #1
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Not the best IQ but I like the POV.

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G'day jj

Yeah mate - good point of view, tho when I'm doing this stuff I am always worried about salt-water drenching the camera

my main cc would be the horizon > tho I also ponder 'if you cropped away the bottom half and made a very wide pano of the top half, would it look more spectacular??'

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Thanks for the great feedback Phil and I gave it a try, opinions appreciated.

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great shot Jim and also good cc from Phil. definately more dramatic as a pano. super shooting Jim!
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Well done again

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Thanks John for taking a look.

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Great shots, is this with the 150?
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Thanks Outofline, I use the FZ35.

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Wow, amazing, still can't get myself to sell my FZ35 even though I use the 47 more!
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Cool shot Jim, and I'm going to say I like the first image. The larger rock area gives the sense of water being above you, and makes the water look threatening, more exciting. I know, I'm weird sometimes.....
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