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Loving how the 20D held the light on this sunburst shot, and with the kit lens too :blink:

 

sealion.jpg

 

Surge was pretty bad here, and it didn't help that this Spanish Shawl was hardly 5/8"...

 

marchslugfest.jpg

 

~Matt Segal

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Excellent shots!

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Really great sunburst! What are the properties for that shot Matt?

 

Cheers

James

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Excellent sunburst - and great timing with the seal!

 

For James - (from EXIF) - 1/250, F8 ISO100.

 

Very nice work Matt!

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For James - (from EXIF) - 1/250, F8 ISO100.
No...it's 1/250, f/18, ISO100, 18-55mm kit lens @ 18mm (that last property is what has been pleasing me the most so much...the viability of the kit lens)...

 

Thanks for the encouragement :blink:

 

~Matt Segal

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Thanks Matt - damned typos!

 

Kit lens has done a great job with the sun as you say.

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I just love these sunbursts :blink: I let this one "burst" just a bit more than usual...I felt it worked for the composition...

 

Funny how *all* these fish disappeared just before the sea lions came roaring in...

 

kelpburst.jpg

20D, 1/250, f/13, ISO100, 18-55mm kit lens @ 18mm

 

~Matt Segal

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Yeah, the big sunburst works for me too - nice to have a bit of detail in the kelp.

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Common flyby...

 

sealion2.jpg

 

Sibling rivalry? :blink:

 

sealion3.jpg

 

"Fine! Go ahead and fight!"

 

sealion4.jpg

 

Quality not so great in last two (post-processing), but I like the behaviour...

 

~Matt Segal

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Excellent behaviour shots - looks like a great day!

 

Thanks for sharing.

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Sealions sure are hard to shoot, aren't they? :-) They are like a "fun seeking missile."

 

Cheers

James

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