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crowecg

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About crowecg

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    Chris
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    Australia 🇦🇺
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  1. crowecg

    Big Bash

    Last night we took a trip to the cricket. As I didn't take a big bag of gear, the game itself wasn't much of a photo opportunity. Export-0 The journey home provided more photo opportunities. Exit Stair case leaving the stadium Footbridge (I think I may have shot this one before - can't remember if it was day or night). Monague St Flyover - I've definitely shot several around here, but this might be a new angle! All shot Fuji X-E3 with 27 f/2.8
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    Anza-Borrego

    There was an interesting post that fits into this discussion at TOP. https://theonlinephotographer.typepad.com/the_online_photographer/2019/01/the-biggest-flaw-i-see-in-other-photographers-pictures.html
  3. crowecg

    I'm Going With Flickr Pro

    I've been giving this some thought too as I am hovering around 900 images. I could perhaps just clear out some older ones to keep under 1000 or move over and make better use of it as an online image backup. As you say, it is quite a reasonable price for cloud storage.
  4. crowecg

    Under The Dome

    You are certainly getting your eye in for architectural photos.
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    Anza-Borrego

    Whilst rocks fascinate me, I find them really hard to work well as a photograph. I think they are the one form of landscape where I find a figure is worth including.
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    Sure seems real quiet around here?

    Lost in the woods?
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    Pelicans & Gulls - Gippsland

    I think I've been slowing down a little bit and generally shooting in a more manual mode making use of the various knobs and dials. The rest of it must be down to Fuji. They call them thongs here in Australia. It can lead to a little confusion at times when discussing beach wear☺️
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    Gippsland

    Looking at them in a few different screns, I think you are probably right - I've probably been a bit too focused on avoiding blown highlights.
  9. crowecg

    More "Dancing"

    Nice to hear that you are experiencing some revival in interest in traditional culture when so much of the world is drifting towards a homogeneous (non-)culture. Also good that you are documenting it.
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    Author Unknown

    Being in the right location is a big help in getting the shot. Looks good. Never tried parachuting, but did have a spell interested in rock climbing, so the height shouldn't be a problem.
  11. crowecg

    The New York Times Called...

    Looks good. Hopefully brings you more high end work.
  12. crowecg

    Red Back

    I was doing a bit of work in the garden this afternoon and moved a couple of old empty plant pots. Inside I found this red back spider. Not quite up to Alan's standards shooting hand held stacks, but Red Backs are an Australian icon. The first image was from my phone, so has that over-sharpened look. Redback_1 (iPhone) It was quite active inspecting it's web after I first disturbed it, but when I returned later with a proper camera, it was settled and didn't want to move much at all, so I was a bit constrained in the angles I could get. Redback_2 (Nikon D7000, Tamron SP90) Looking closely, the spider seems to be a leg short!
  13. crowecg

    Food chain

    Perhaps there are some other chicks elsewhere who are benefiting from this.
  14. crowecg

    A bit of a fire yesterday

    Glad to hear you are safe. My son was watching the cricket in Hobart on TV and the sunset looked very colourful.
  15. crowecg

    Gulls - Gippsland

    Some gulls from a recent trip to Port Albert in Gippsland. Gulls in Line Pacific Gull - Adult & Juvenile Pacific Gull - Juvenile Pelicans from the same trip can be seen here
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