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52/2016

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Snook   

That's a great door, trifecta!

Possumcorner, what a spectacular scene! Beautiful horse too.

Haha.. Are you saying that I'm a crazy stalker because I've been trying to comment on all of them, Scottsmum? :p

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Roova   

I didn't want to appear like a crazy stalker either!

Maybe the thread needs a rule list?

1. Thou does not need to post process

2. Let there be no judgement on stalkerish behaviour

Etc.

Lol

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Snook   

Ha ha.. After saying that, I just realised that I didn't comment on Dididog's photo.. lol. Didi is so pretty. :)

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trifecta   

Is it too late for me to join in please? ????

No! Latecomers more than :welcome:

Just wanted to say I look at all the photos, follow the links to Flickr et al and avidly read any advice given.... I may not comment but really appreciate the time people put in to participate in our thread for 2016 :rock:

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Just an update on the Peterson book - The 4th edition will be out in March. I think I'll wait til then - and either try and pick up the older one for cheap or get the new one.

They're very reasonably priced on amazon - for those of you who own it how do you think it would hold up on a kindle? (noting I already read text books on my kindle)

http://www.amazon.com/Understanding-Exposure-Fourth-Photographs-Camera-ebook/dp/B0104EOJSK/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1452753452&sr=1-2&keywords=understanding+exposure

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Snook   

I wouldn't try and read it on a Kindle to be honest. There are lots of pictures and camera settings in fine print with the pictures if I'm remembering correctly and I think they would be hard to view properly on a Kindle.

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helen   

16 is a great age Deltacharlie

Sure is :) She is going pretty well considering. Still has the border collies under control haha. Although I nearly lost her to a bone that got caught in her throat yesterday... That was scary and no more bones for her!

Glad she is OK. I had to pull a pigs ear out from Tillys throat years ago and I haven't fed them to my dogs since

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Snook   

That's so very adorable, huga. :)

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Trying my hand at some long exposure work during the sunset at Grange last night. This was my longest exposure at 1 minute 25 seconds but I'd love to get another ND filter to stack on top of the one I've got and try some super long exposures and day time long exposures. I also tried to copy Teekay's stunning panning work but it was a major flop.. lol. I take my hat off to you lady. What you do isn't very easy!

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dididog   

That's beautiful Snook! I love how the softness of the water and the sky is contrasted with the sharp horizon linethumbsup1.gif

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teekay   

Love the emotion in that shot Huga.

Thanks Snook, it is very much trial and error with the panning shots. Thank goodness for digital cameras :) Love the long exposure though, great leading lines with the jetty and love the soft colours

I took Jenna to the beach today and was hoping to get some action shots but she was not cooperating. I did take some of my daughter though. So here is my second photo of the year. This was just before the rain came this afternoon and we had to hurry back to the car.

02/16

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2/52Very similar to 1/52, but how could I resist?

Gawd - that makes my heart and ovaries ache. So much love between a boy and his dog.

That's so very adorable, huga. :)2/52Trying my hand at some long exposure work during the sunset at Grange last night. This was my longest exposure at 1 minute 25 seconds but I'd love to get another ND filter to stack on top of the one I've got and try some super long exposures and day time long exposures. I also tried to copy Teekay's stunning panning work but it was a major flop.. lol.

Very nice too. I also really love that strong horizon line. I tried Teekays work too - LOL - I don't know what I was expecting out of my little old canon ... but ya know. Gave it a crack.

I took Jenna to the beach today and was hoping to get some action shots but she was not cooperating. I did take some of my daughter though.

At least someone was cooperating.

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gapvic   

Lovely photos everyone!

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Marvellous, having recovered from seventeen days inside a small dark box, decided it was time to find out Where She Was, and more importantly, What She Was.

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We are a long time Mac family and what keeps me coming back is the user interface and longevity. Just bought a new laptop - not cheap BUT the last one went for 10 years with only a new battery needed. Same with the iPhone and iPad - I don't replace them until the new technology and speed is just too tempting. On my 2nd iPhone and 1st iPad - the latter is about 3-4 years old, travelled all over Australia and the world and is still quick and fantastic to use.

OMH - Gapvic - I seriously love this. I hope you make it through the whole challenge - this is awesome.

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Snook   

That's a beautiful photo of your daughter, teekay.

I'm so intrigued by your project with Marvellous, gapvic. You've give her such personality already.

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