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    Sculptured Rocks geological formation in Groton, New Hampshire

    http://snipurl.com/2u3n8

    This was a fun shot, I was standing in 2.5 feet of water (deceiving from the pano) with my tripod sunk down into the water.

    Kirk
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    Kirk
    Moss Creek Media
    www.MossCreekMedia.com

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    Re: Sculptured Rocks

    hi kirk,

    nice shot. Did you get yourself wet?

    nick
    Fanotec
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    • #3
      Re: Sculptured Rocks

      Yes, mid thigh level My shorts were soaked on the bottom.

      As I stepped into the pool, I didn't realize how deep it was, and my foot started to slip downwards on the rock.

      I had my Canon 40D with Sigma 8mm fisheye on my right hand, and my Manfrotto tripod in my left.

      My backpack had my other camera gear (because I wasn't originally planning on going into the stream), which contained a 70-300mm telephoto, 18-55mm lens, WFT-E3A wireless grip for the 40D)

      My pockets had a remote started/keys for my truck, and my remote trigger for my 40D.

      As I started to slide, I realized I had way too much camera gear on me to go under!

      I'll know for next time to just bring what I need.
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      Kirk
      Moss Creek Media
      www.MossCreekMedia.com

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      • #4
        Re: Sculptured Rocks

        I added 2 more shots and replaced the flash pano viewer with a new one, krpano.

        http://www.kmembrydesign.com/sculpturedrocks/

        Kirk
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        Kirk
        Moss Creek Media
        www.MossCreekMedia.com

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        • #5
          Re: Sculptured Rocks

          Originally posted by spyboy View Post
          I added 2 more shots and replaced the flash pano viewer with a new one, krpano.

          http://www.kmembrydesign.com/sculpturedrocks/

          Kirk
          Nice shots... the brightness range could do with using TUFuze or the like.
          Not sure why you did not clone out the wet socks on the rock.

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          • #6
            Re: Sculptured Rocks

            You know, I looked at those socks (they weren't mine) and thought "nasty socks" but didn't even think to grab a stick and flick them into the woods so they didn't taint my image.

            I guess I'll run a little Photoshop cloning over them, and tidy up the rocks

            K
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            Kirk
            Moss Creek Media
            www.MossCreekMedia.com

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            • #7
              Re: Sculptured Rocks

              Okay, that's a really nice shot. And excellent picture quality too.
              Feels like im actually standing there, only i was smart enough to bring a pair of water proof boots or something.

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