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Apr 26, 2008 07:50 |  #16

that nice shot man i #1 for me & i agree with garbidz abut trying to lowering the camera closer to the ground


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Apr 29, 2008 05:27 |  #17

Re the foreground cropping. Ayers Rock is a very big rock in a very big open space. I think if you reduce the foreground by going lower or cropping you would then loose the vastness of it.


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May 01, 2008 07:37 |  #18

if you say so, never seen it
it is just the midline positioning is boring


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May 01, 2008 10:49 as a reply to  @ post 5407213 |  #19

Like the colors of the first




  
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May 05, 2008 03:36 |  #20

I love the colours. I am going in August for 5 days ... looking forward to seeing the rock under many different lighting conditions.
Thankyou for sharing.


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May 05, 2008 17:16 |  #21

Like the first one the best great colors in all your shots


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