Sunsets and more from Tangalooma

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by D-Mac, Mar 20, 2006.

  1. D-Mac

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    Tangalooma wild dolphin resort on Moreton Island about an hour by high speed
    catamaran from downtown Brisbane is the location. Shot in between work -
    thus the morning and night shots - with a 5D Canon. A variety of lenses I
    can't remember which one at which time but mostly 24 -70 f/2.8 Sigma EX DG
    with UV filter and sometimes a Polarizer. Other times it may have been a
    70 -200 f/2.8 or whatever was on the thing at the time. I got more but time
    is scarce right now so I'll have to post 'em as I get time.

    http://www.weprint2canvas.com/gallery/tangalooma
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    D-Mac, Mar 20, 2006
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