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We are in the playoffs now with our baseball team. The opposing pitcher.

 

 

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9 hours ago, JL Sargent said:

 

If you would be willing to sacrifice some of that awesome closeup detail, you might try standing on the first base side (for a right handed batter) near the fence and a little closer to batter than pitcher to get both faces in the frame. 

I do that sometimes as well, but I do like my close up details. 

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For those who insist on life on the sand out here in California, be prepared for living a bit close to your neighbors.    

 

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View from the bench by the Dana Point harbor.. 

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40 minutes ago, Shiva said:

For those who insist on life on the sand out here in California, be prepared for living a bit close to your neighbors.  Not much of a front yard to speak of as well.   

 

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Same here in Florida. Looks like those are barely above sea level. Nice view though :)

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2 hours ago, Shiva said:

For those who insist on life on the sand out here in California

Man, must be some awesome fishing out there.

 

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This one made our local news paper. Not my best work.

 

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It seems like women of any group love hot water and lengthy baths  and look on males who just wish to become clean as some sort of alien life form. I find this is true looking at my garden to which is being taken over and turned into a bath tub.

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Playing with color gels in the studio. My daughter has her first color belt testing coming up. 

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I think adding some Gaussian blur to those two pictures would make a world of difference. What type camera are you using? It looks really nice.

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6 minutes ago, Schu said:

I think adding some Gaussian blur to those two pictures would make a world of difference. What type camera are you using? It looks really nice.

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6 hours ago, parlophone1 said:

Medium format digital with more than 51MP?

If so, that must be a very good camera.

It is a fantastic camera. I had the 645D that came before it too. This is a nice step up from that one.  I bought both used and they came with lenses.  As a result, I have a bunch of lenses and fortunately no duplicates :)

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Something I have never taken a pic of before, a birthday.

Our newest Granddaughter, the first time I have been the room. When our kids were born I was not allowed but times have changed, a C section and I could watch. All I will say is thank goodness for pain blockers, she talked to me the whole time feeling nothing but I could see over the little curtain, she couldn't for obvious reasons.

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Thank you both, there were a couple within seconds, I was glad to see they were OK, it was part of the reason I was there and our daughter would have been upset if I missed. I was nervous because the doc asked I use no flash so I went manual and the light on each side of the screen was quite different, I got lucky.

 

Never seeing this before babies are quite messy before they clean them up, the first pic the baby she was about 1-2 seconds old, he told me to get ready as he started pulling her out. 

They asked me a few minutes before if I was going to be ok, I said I doubt I will feel a thing, my daughter and the doctors laughed. After watching it, feeling what I saw would be a big problem. But she never felt a thing so everything was good and the doctors and nurses know what they're doing so I was fine. 

I am glad I got to see this happen. They're both doing fine and home now.

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