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Shooting with Fisheye

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Postby Alcadhrim » Tue Sep 21, 2010 2:34 am

I have had in mind some shoots in the so-called "french type" (so-called" for french fellows at least ;) ). Even I have had the result I hoped, the shooting was entertaining (which is after all the point of diving and shootind).

This shoot (Playa Maroma Mexico) is only correct but not how I wanted. (I find to much highligths) I should have closed more, and make barcketting etc (but in a ten divers group...Shoooting is a totally asocial activity!) I was very happy to dive with my wife as a buddy without her I can't even shoot.

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Postby scottg » Tue Oct 05, 2010 9:17 pm

congrats on a nice shot... I'm sure you'll try more like this in the future, try to get closer, and have the divers facing you :) looks like a nice time with your wife.

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