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Try 6x7/4x5 AND EVEN LESS SAND. Same amount of sand as there is grass. And cool the WB a little bit.
This more to your liking? lol

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Canon 60D IMG_0652.jpg by Sean W. Webster, on Flickr
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Use a UV lens filter, or lens hood... it might help with some of the harsh lights. Otherwise, not bad.
Had a hood on. No filter.
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Number 17 is a winner! Lol...

I agree with this guy! biggrin.gif

lol
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goes to beach takes pics of wires and grass and the sky. this thread lacks boobage lol

umm, I just not posting that here tongue.gif

...plus there weren't many women today :/
Edited by Sean Webster - 4/2/12 at 8:34pm
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Use a UV lens filter, or lens hood... it might help with some of the harsh lights. Otherwise, not bad.

How does a UV filter or hood deal with harsh lighting?
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goes to beach takes pics of wires and grass and the sky. this thread lacks boobage lol

THIS
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Use a UV lens filter, or lens hood... it might help with some of the harsh lights. Otherwise, not bad.

How does a UV filter or hood deal with harsh lighting?
True...haha

Actually now to think of it, need a reflector.
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goes to beach takes pics of wires and grass and the sky. this thread lacks boobage lol

THIS
I only got a few crappy ones...it is hard being a beach stalker OK? sad-smiley-002.gif

I'll shoot some soon and make a thread called "Boca Beach Girls" just for you guys. lachen.gif
post #14 of 18
i cannot think of a better use of that 70-200/4 then for the "Boca Beach Girl" thread.
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Ok, I'll try creepin' every day now and see what I get XD
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Personally, I'd use a good circular polarizer. It'll punch up the flat colors and definitely do wonders for the water and sky. Just don't stack it.

Kind of like going from a 70's Kodachrome to a 90's Velvia.

Just my 2c worth...hope it helps,

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This more to your liking? lol
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Niiiice.
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