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  • bgood

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Thread: #33 - Shooting Wide (Congrats bgood)

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    My entry unless I come up with something better before the assignment ends ...


    Sunset by Denise Trocio, on Flickr

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    Very nice, Denise. How I wish I had some water to mix with my sunsets.
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    That might be hard to do Denise.
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    Wine, Food and Photography Student and Connoisseur

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    If I find this car agan in the neighborhood, I'll buy a tripod and try this again. Until then, I only have this:


    _MG_6680 - Version 2 by ahab1372, on Flickr

    Arnt

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    Evening Lights at the Confucius Temple, taken in Nanjing, China.


    EOS 5D Mark II, EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM @ 24mm, 1.3 s, f/9, ISO 400

    I had this one printed at 5x15 and framed in black by Mpix after our return from China, as a gift for a colleague who grew up in Nanjing.

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    Bay Fireworks



    My try... I'm not really used to shooting wide..
    Cheers!
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    AnGelo Chiu (MrGreenBug in Flickr), Blog: http://mrgreenbug.blogspot.com

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    This assignment is a good one. Going to be some tough choices!

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    My entry....flocks of Snow Geese and Sandhill Cranes from the Bosque Del Apache wildlife refuge. The special effects to make look like and old photograph were from using Topaz Adjust.


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    I shot this at a beach wedding....The boys are waiting for the high tide.....

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    Wally Bouw Flickr Vimeo

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    may have done a bit much editing this one but I like it...my entry for now.




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