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Arin Basu

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Jackson Bay, Haast. 
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Mark Derricutt

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Tried my hand at some a) night photos and b) fire dancing photos. God only knows what combination of ISO/shutter/aperture I really need for this, but amongst the lot I got some money shots....and a lot of blur :)
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Great most are fine and a little blur is ok.
Thanks for sharing.
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Anne Dillon

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Hello everyone, Christchurch girl here. Just picked up my camera a couple of months ago, can't see properly without my glasses on, and am using a Nikon Coolpix. Hardly a hi-tech camera guru :-) But having lots of fun along the way. Took this shot yesterday at the Selwyn River and mucked around with Pixlr and Picasa.

Should I have got rid of the partial jetty, do you think?
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Norman Treffkorn

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NZ Lighthouse
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Oh wow.
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Willem Degenaar

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Beautiful Willem.
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unus ursus

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being late for work because I smelled the roses - this mornings sunrise
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unus ursus

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from a recent trip! constructive critisizm is always welcome . . . .
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Garry Hodson

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There you go +Tobi Dnz, the series of 5 taken close to sunset in Rangiora, NZ. That was in late April 2014.
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Simplistic Creations

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Milford's Rise
Milford Sound, New Zealand
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Nice capture of an old favorite...
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T Wijé

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Capturing and Captivated
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Samsung Galaxy SIII Mini. #phonephotography

Wynyard Quarter, Auckland.
February 2014
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Arin Basu

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Tasman Sea, Haast Beach. 
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Anne Dillon

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Old boatshed door over at Pigeon Bay, Banks Peninsula. Can't figure out how to get rid of the glow, top right - it's not a flash, just a bit of sunlight. Aside from that, pretty happy!
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+lee Nelson
Thanks Lee!
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Zachery Morris

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hermoso
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Norman Treffkorn

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NZ Dunes
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Rogan Templer

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Karekare beach on the West Coast of New Zealand  - would love to get some thoughts back on this one, thank you.
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Good morning +Rogan Templer Sorry I was a bit slow getting to this. I think it is a great composition, I particularly like the leading line from onshore beach items (driftwood?) to the offshore rock. I guess this is all about conveying the moodiness of the west coast beaches so I might consider pushing  the contrast a bit further to enhance this.
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Jonny Collision

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Water, Reeds and a walkway too.
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Hi Steve,  thanks  for your comment.  The detail in the  reflection was  brought out with a the contrast slider,   Being  a Hawkes Bay sky there were smeary high silver overcast clouds lower on the horizon coming up from the Wairarapa,  breaking into puffs of cloud higher in the sky over Hastings.  Bring your eye to   where the first dark patch of cloud is in the reflection leading  down from the bench on the boardwalk. You will see it has the same amount of detail as the corrosponding dark cloud in the sky. This illusion is what caught my eye when out  shooting late that afternoon.  P.S.  Had  a browse over your page..  Nice work :)
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Ben Smith

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After a grey rainy day we were presented with an amazing sunset whilst photographing in Christchurch last week. Tasked with photographing the boat sheds I stuck my waders on, walked into the river and made the most of the dramatic backdrop and evening light.

Though with a sky like this I always end up being torn as to what I prefer. A slow shutter speed (picture B), where everything is nice and smooth and the boat shed really shines through or a filter-less faster shutter speed (picture A) where the amazing detail of the sky comes through, yet potentially competes too much with the subject of the picture.

What do you think? A or B?
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I remember that old boat shed well from my youth. But, being a lover of clouds, I say 'A'. Clouds add so much to an outdoor pic and IMO, with the sky so flat in 'B' it looks comparatively bland. Definitely 'A'.
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Garry Hodson

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A reprocessed shot of Mangawhai beach using the SNS-HDR software (instead of my usual Photomatix which has died for some reason).
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Garry Hodson

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Browns Bay Auckland. Pohutakawa (2nd of 3).
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Nice place.
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