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    Default How do you use yours ?

    One of the things I love to do on our boat 'Riverlight'

    GOPR0240-2 by Jeff Cranwell, on Flickr

    No critique guys and gals, its a frame grab from my GoPro so just for fun

    This is the image I was shooting with the camera....feel free to critique this one

    CC9J7413-Edit by Jeff Cranwell, on Flickr
    Last edited by Coolcat; 11-06-2018 at 20:10.
    Regards,

    Jeff

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    Critique wise it's a bit tight at the top. I also think it could do with a slight brightness boost with a touch more contrast.

    Beyond these minor quibbles I think it's a fine shot.
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    Default Re: How do you use yours ?

    Cheers Nigel,

    The unfortunate thing with sitting on front of your boat taking photos is trying to brace for any wake whilst not dropping the camera in the wet stuff
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    Jeff

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    Default Re: How do you use yours ?

    Quote Originally Posted by El Sid View Post
    Critique wise it's a bit tight at the top. I also think it could do with a slight brightness boost with a touch more contrast.

    Beyond these minor quibbles I think it's a fine shot.
    Agree with Nigel

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