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Old Jul 15, 2011, 6:52 PM   #1
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Here in Huntington Beach we train our lifeguards young...through the city's Junior Lifeguard program. Here is a group aspiring to be lifeguards. Notice, however, that they don't seem to be paying attention to the instructor.
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That's because, just seconds earlier, this female surfer walked past them. Did I say that we train them young? :-)
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I like the look on the children's faces. Good catch. Nice pp, too.
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Old Jul 16, 2011, 7:52 AM   #4
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I like the PP in the first, what have you done for it? In the 2nd the PP is hurting the female surfer in regards to her skin.

Good job though!
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I like the PP in the first, what have you done for it? In the 2nd the PP is hurting the female surfer in regards to her skin.

Good job though!
In both cases I used Topaz Adjust as the group was in the shade under the pier and I needed to pull some detail out of the shadows.
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