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Apr 27, 2018 06:58 as a reply to  @ post 18614190 |  #2986

Thanks. It wasn't too bad on getting the shot - but is does drop off. It's a great site - we actually stayed onsite for a couple of nights. Spectacular, especially when the Dory Rips were active


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Apr 27, 2018 11:14 |  #2987

Doubling Point Light
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Apr 27, 2018 12:24 |  #2988

DonG wrote in post #18614708 (external link)
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Small, but mighty nice reflection.


The Captain and crew finally got their stuff together, now if we can only remember where we left it. :cool:

  
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Apr 28, 2018 09:16 |  #2989


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May 01, 2018 13:15 |  #2990

In The Netherlands there is a yearly recurring event called 'Red Bull Beach Knock-Out Race' with 800 competitors,
And yes there was a light house well, more or less a Light house and even two to be precise. :-)

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May 07, 2018 00:06 |  #2991

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Heceta Head Light is a lighthouse on the Oregon Coast 13 miles north of Florence, and 13 miles south of Yachats in the United States. It is located at Heceta Head Lighthouse State Scenic Viewpoint, a state park, midway up a 205-foot-tall headland. Built in 1894, the 56-foot-tall lighthouse shines a beam visible for 21 nautical miles, making it the strongest light on the Oregon Coast. Added to the National Register of Historic Places on November 28, 1978. -Wiki

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May 16, 2018 07:59 |  #2992

Lighthouse : Cabo Rojo Puerto Rico. 5/2018 : Canon 50D, ISO : 1600 @ 30sec, @ f/3.5 Canon 10mm-22


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May 27, 2018 01:53 |  #2993

St. Augustine Lighthouse in blah noon light, with a regular camera.

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May 27, 2018 15:35 |  #2994

DavidWatts wrote in post #18633566 (external link)
St. Augustine Lighthouse in blah noon light, with a regular camera.
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Same spot, same time, but with a converted infrared camera, proving that shooting in the middle of the day isn't always the wrong time. I use a polarizer to add impact for B&W infrared shots.
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I was just about to ask what a "regular" camera was until I read the rest of your post. Now all I have to say is "NICE!" Always liked IR, but have only ever shot it with film.
@ Harry Haddock, spectacular lights. :-)


The Captain and crew finally got their stuff together, now if we can only remember where we left it. :cool:

  
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May 27, 2018 17:30 |  #2995

DavidWatts wrote in post #18633566 (external link)
St. Augustine Lighthouse in blah noon light, with a regular camera.
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Same spot, same time, but with a converted infrared camera, proving that shooting in the middle of the day isn't always the wrong time. I use a polarizer to add impact for B&W infrared shots.
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Very nice!


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May 27, 2018 18:56 |  #2996

Morris Island lighthouse from Folly Island, SC.

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May 28, 2018 15:39 |  #2997

DavidWatts wrote in post #18633566 (external link)
St. Augustine Lighthouse in blah noon light, with a regular camera.
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Same spot, same time, but with a converted infrared camera, proving that shooting in the middle of the day isn't always the wrong time. I use a polarizer to add impact for B&W infrared shots.
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Even is mid-day sun it's still a nice shot


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May 29, 2018 00:17 |  #2998

fireguy_ed wrote in post #18634588 (external link)
Even is mid-day sun it's still a nice shot

Thank You! The only hard part was the deadly looking spiders in the bushes that I was trying to shoot through. And the bees. And the wasps. But I got the shot!


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May 29, 2018 07:02 |  #2999

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May 29, 2018 18:03 |  #3000

Stupendous. Too bad the forum software allows me only the one thumbs up.


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