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South Cape Bay

Postby JimBob » Wed 31 Aug, 2016 10:09 pm

Hi, New to these forums, so i figured this would be a good way to introduce myself.

We had a break in the weather earlier this week, and i'd been going a little stir-crazy, so i snuck out for a quick camp at South Cape Bay. Any excuse to break out the camera gear right?

The only one of these that i'm really chuffed with is the black and white one, but a good time was had regardless.

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Hopefully will be able to share a few more later in the year, from places a bit further afield. The to-do list has been piling up rather :wink:

Any comments or criticisms are always appreciated. :D

~James
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Re: South Cape Bay

Postby Nuts » Fri 02 Sep, 2016 12:07 pm

Huh... nice work James!
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Re: South Cape Bay

Postby stepbystep » Sat 03 Sep, 2016 11:49 am

Beaut shots James. I love the one of the cape with breaking wave. Yummo!
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Re: South Cape Bay

Postby Scottyk » Sat 03 Sep, 2016 5:31 pm

Nice James
Like the first one, maybe a grad filter to get it all exposed right? Looks good and not easy to do
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Re: South Cape Bay

Postby JimBob » Sat 03 Sep, 2016 7:44 pm

Scottyk wrote:Like the first one, maybe a grad filter to get it all exposed right?


Indeed, a couple of grads is high on the to get list... Pricey though!
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Re: South Cape Bay

Postby Scottyk » Sun 04 Sep, 2016 8:49 pm

JimBob wrote:
Scottyk wrote:Like the first one, maybe a grad filter to get it all exposed right?


Indeed, a couple of grads is high on the to get list... Pricey though!

I thought you had used a grad filter! So well done then, it looks great
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