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    "Grey Sunrise"

    Photo taken at "Currumbin" on the Gold Coast , Australia , Was'nt much of a Sunrise So made the most of a nice light , Straight from the RAW image , Just a spot removal and sharpen on the TIFF file and converted to JPG for framing and upload , Enjoy , CC Welcome , This is my backyard , 5 mins from home



    "Grey Sunrise"
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    Very good, Bill. You have your Fibonacci's Fibonacci's grid and your rule of thirds well sorted there. Nice scene.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carregwen View Post
    Very good, Bill. You have your Fibonacci's Fibonacci's grid and your rule of thirds well sorted there. Nice scene.
    Hey Cool thanks Rob, Will check the Video , have'nt even heard of "Fibonacci's Grid" Rule of thirds , Yes , First day on this site and already learning , (Which never stops) Thanks mate for that

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    I added your image to the Mods selection. We need more vibrant colour images like this. It will appear on the line of shots on the forum main page banner. You see how kind we are to new people... not like that other forum...

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    Re: "Grey Sunrise"

    Quote Originally Posted by carregwen View Post
    We need more vibrant colour images like this.
    You got a problem with drab B & Ws?

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    Quote Originally Posted by carregwen View Post
    I added your image to the Mods selection. We need more vibrant colour images like this. It will appear on the line of shots on the forum main page banner. You see how kind we are to new people... not like that other forum...
    Thanks mate , Really glad you liked it , I'm humbled , Things like this make it all worth while , I'm blown away with the reference to "Fibonacci's Grid" That has just inspired me heaps , I'm going to tell some guys in Australia about that tomorrow , I know for sure they have'nt even heard about it , Well I have'nt but we do now thanks to you , I owe you a beer or two , Very Aussie I guess , But thats the way it is - Cheers Bill

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    Re: "Grey Sunrise"

    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    You got a problem with drab B & Ws?
    Yes, you're too good at them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    You got a problem with drab B & Ws?
    Well, I hope not as that's all I seem to do.

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    Re: "Grey Sunrise"

    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamS View Post
    Photo taken at "Currumbin" on the Gold Coast , Australia , Was'nt much of a Sunrise So made the most of a nice light , Straight from the RAW image , Just a spot removal and sharpen on the TIFF file and converted to JPG for framing and upload , Enjoy , CC Welcome , This is my backyard , 5 mins from home



    "Grey Sunrise"
    Well done! But...can u tell a several words about your camera and objective.Please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skitalez View Post
    Well done! But...can u tell a several words about your camera and objective.Please

    Hi there Skitalez, Thanks for your interest, I'm guessing you mean Camera and Exif Data, This was Taken with a Canon 30D, Sigma 10-20 @ 11mm, f10, ISO 100, 5 sec exposure in Manual mode , Hope that helps

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    Re: "Grey Sunrise"

    Thanks a lot

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