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agentlossing

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Location
S. Oregon Coast (the Northernmost-Cal of them All)
Real Name
Andrew Lossing
RAW in LR6 with Samuel Streetlife's positive film preset.

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NoSeconds

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Real Name
Troy
Cross process captured the feeling of twilight and a surprisingly calm and warm evening for a walk (usually here on the Oregon coast we would have been accompanied by near gale force winds).

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I love all the free firewood you guys get delivered to your beaches... Might have to hit up our local government and see if we can't get a similar arrangement... :biggrin:


Nice looking Bradford BTW :thumbsup:
 

agentlossing

All-Pro
Location
S. Oregon Coast (the Northernmost-Cal of them All)
Real Name
Andrew Lossing
I love all the free firewood you guys get delivered to your beaches... Might have to hit up our local government and see if we can't get a similar arrangement... :biggrin:


Nice looking Bradford BTW :thumbsup:
I believe in many spots you're still free to carry off whatever driftwood you can haul by hand, unassisted by wheels or anything motorized.

Thanks, the Bradford is my first, I went seeking a sheepsfoot blade style to replicate my CRKT Pilar folder in fixed blade form. Super sweet knife so far.
 

rayvonn

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I'm going through a phase of unloading the jpegs straight to the hard drive computer without doing any PP on the computer. Well ok, I actually process the raw files in the camera on the way back from work but it still saves time. This is the camera's vivid preset.

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rayvonn

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Traditionally a street shooting camera, the image stabilisation makes this a boon for scenic night shots. All in 10 seconds:

  • Look at scene.
  • Take the shutter down to less than 1 second. Watch the ISO come tumbling down as you do that.
  • Snap.
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