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loebas
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Jul 11, 2005 13:47 |  #1

Took these photo's recently ? I usually do naturephotography but while on the beach this guy took my attention.
Hope ou like them


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Jul 11, 2005 15:22 |  #2

great shots but you have done what i tend to do- not got the horizon straight.
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Jul 11, 2005 15:52 as a reply to  @ GyRob's post |  #3

gyrob wrote:
great shots but you have done what i tend to do- not got the horizon straight.
Rob

That is super super simple to fix in PS in about 15 secs. using the ruler tool. Let us know if you need help with it. It may not matter???


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Jul 11, 2005 17:18 |  #4

I was never happy with my kite surfing images because the kite is so far from the surfer that you can't get both AND get the expressions on their faces the way you can with normal surfing, sigh. Also, the kite surfing is better when there some wind, but then you have chop on the water which breaks up the image.


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