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Oct 07, 2010 18:22 |  #16

TristanCardew wrote in post #11054417 (external link)
Big fan here. Love the second. Do you manual the fisheye before whacking it in the housing? I've tried both manual and auto-focus while shooting from the water, and can't seem to get it quite right..

Not trying to answer the question but, I think most surf photographers get more keepers with M focus. I know I do.


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Oct 08, 2010 21:03 |  #17

wow. these are ridiculously good.

I'm from the midwest, so I've never had the pleasure of shooting surfers. But I have to appreciate good work when I see it. Well done.


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Oct 12, 2010 17:54 |  #18

First time using a 1.4x II on a 70-200 f2.8


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Oct 12, 2010 19:01 |  #19

mikeassk wrote in post #11032089 (external link)
Been a long time since i have posted anything. Been busier than i want to be haha. Love to share a couple.

These got run here:

wow amazing shots both!

#1 is phenomenal i mean right straight down a perfect circle barrel, usually the angle on those is at least slightly off axis, wow!




  
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