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UER Forum > US: Pacific Southwest > Pacific Southwest photo a day. (Viewed 506834 times)
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< Reply # 980 on 7/19/2012 6:37 AM >
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Melissa Pemberton and her Edge 540 after an amazing acrobatic display.

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You know how I feel about this level of HDR so no need to go there anymore. Basically I guess I just wanted to say great photo man. I think you are the most active shooter in social. At least one that is proving it on the forums. If it were me, though, I'd chop a little off the top. Give it a haircut. I feel there is a little too much negative space above unbalancing the image.

I only critic people I really actively and passionately see shooting so don't take my responses harshly. Cheers!




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< Reply # 981 on 7/19/2012 7:08 AM >
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You know how I feel about this level of HDR so no need to go there anymore. Basically I guess I just wanted to say great photo man. I think you are the most active shooter in social. At least one that is proving it on the forums. If it were me, though, I'd chop a little off the top. Give it a haircut. I feel there is a little too much negative space above unbalancing the image.

I only critic people I really actively and passionately see shooting so don't take my responses harshly. Cheers!


Thanks Rob, and no worries I take criticism for what it is, usually you can take something good away from it and its done in good intentions. Theres a difference between criticism and attacking lol and a lot of people take it personal. I have actually done most these photos in both standard editing and HDR, then I lean towards the HDR. Reason being, I am drawn to the more of an art look than the really bright clear photos. On some photos it works really well, and other not so much. What I do avoid is the over bearing make your eyes bleed HDR (I hope at least). On my facebook if you notice the sets I uploaded today from shooting at LAX there is 0 HDR, I tried one and it didnt feel right.

@Plexi... This was this last weekend at El Toro down in Irvine. Up in the bay you guys have a lot of shows between there and Sac. Fleet week is coming in October, so I will be up at the bay shooting that. If you have never seen an air show then I advice planning on spending some time down by the Golden Gate and the warf during fleet week. You'll be blown away!



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gettin high in washington..




this one has explores on the stairs to get a better sense of scale.


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gettin high in washington..

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this one has explores on the stairs to get a better sense of scale.


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gettin high in washington..

http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7246/7563240104_80e050aa2e_c.jpg


this one has explores on the stairs to get a better sense of scale.


-showercap


Madcap what happened to the Seattle Meet and Greet? I assume that's why you were up there. Was it cancelled or where too many people rsvping or what?




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Madcap what happened to the Seattle Meet and Greet? I assume that's why you were up there. Was it cancelled or where too many people rsvping or what?


It occurred as planed. It was epic. madcap and I were the only CA folks to attend. There are a few SEAPEX threads around.. check the Pacific Northwest forum.




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It occurred as planed. It was epic. madcap and I were the only CA folks to attend. There are a few SEAPEX threads around.. check the Pacific Northwest forum.


I was gonna buy tickets a couple days before but then I saw it had been pulled from the events and I cancelled my plans.



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I was bored so ventured to my lighthouse again - this time I was greeted by a nice container ship =] After taking this shot I ran to the lighthouse and walked along this little ledge to the back of lighthouse, where I had a front row view - awesome experience being that close.





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Shel Silverstin was right!






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More planes..... Friends on my FB know I love this photo already lol. One of those photos you take and aren't sure what will come of it, then actually love it. =)





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Gun turret, Treasure island.



Here's another one from there. Its a couple years old. Someone was scrapping a loader (notice the socket set).









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Scrap the scrappers. Take their socket set.




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Hey I recognize that butt, and that camera, I believe they both belong to me lol




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Scrap the scrappers. Take their socket set.


I was tempted (they were American tools) but I have plenty of tools and don't need it on my conscience.







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I was tempted (they were American tools) but I have plenty of tools and don't need it on my conscience.



Plus "Take only pictures, and scrappers tools, and leave only footprints" just doesn't sound as snazzy....





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Plus "Take only pictures, and scrappers tools, and leave only footprints" just doesn't sound as snazzy....


LOL I don't realize how dry my comments can be until someone cracks a funny.







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