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#1 gavinparsons



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Posted 11 February 2013 - 05:07 AM

I have started a new regular blog entry entitled 'behind the picture'. I take a look at some of my personal favouite images and give the details around how the shot came about.

The first one is a whaleshark image. They won't all be underwater shots as I shoot on land as well, but they should all, hopefully, be interesting and enjoyable to read. I endeavour to get a new one up each week on a Monday monring.

They are not really designed to be technical pieces with lens choce, aperture and shutter speeds etc, but more of a look at how shots fall into place in front of and behind the camera. If there's a damand for the technical side though I'm happy to put it in.

Let me know what you think. The first one is at: h2oimages.wordpress.com
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#2 Michel Braunstein

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 02:57 AM

It's a great idea! Stories are really nice and interesting.

#3 water buffalo

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 06:28 AM

Nicely done. I enjoyed the story-telling aspect and, as much as I usually enjoy the technical details, did not miss them. Keep it up.


p.s. Great photos too!

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