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Shoreline pics

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by Meta4, Oct 15, 2014.

  1. Meta4

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    Flying at sea is great - there's nothing to hit out there.
    Flying home there are often great photo opportunities like these shots from eastern Australia.

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    Great shots, love the colours, rock/ground/wave patterns and framing.
     
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    very nice detail in the photos. Did you use any filter? What settings did you shoot with?
     
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    Standard P2+ with a little adjustment in Photoshop
     
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    Sunset in Misquamicut, Rhode Island.
     

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    More nice pics from some ocean flying this week
    I love the view through the water with the sun behind the Phantom.
    These are 3-5 shot panoramas to take in big views
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    Meta4, great photos, are you using a polarizing filter?
     
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    Thanks - no, it would be to hard to control on a camera that's all over the sky.
    I just try to keep the sun behind the Phantom and adjust a little in Photoshop.
     
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    Hey you have some beautiful shots there, in a wonderful part of the world. Were you shooting in RAW or JPEG before you touched up in Photoshop? The panorama shots look great!
     
  10. Meta4

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    Thanks .. The results in JPG aren't too bad but the delay in Raw would be a real pain for panoramas so I usually shoot JPG.

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