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      Stefan J




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      Registered: October 2007
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      First post in Sport And Action. High iso and monopod used. Only Lr conversion used no PP work done.
      Date: Fri 12/3/2010 Views: 528

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  1.   Fri 12/3/2010 06:36
    1. GB Jordaan

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      Registered: October 2005
      Location: Cornwall Hill, Centurion
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      This picture tells a story. Excellent timing. Whites a little blown. Biggest nit is tilted camera.

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  1.   Fri 12/3/2010 07:52
    1. Marcell van Aswegen

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      Registered: July 2006
      Location: Pretoria, RSA
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      Timing spot on, crisp and sharp, I think exposure is spot on, pulled it into cs4 and whites look fine

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  1.   Sun 14/3/2010 05:52
    1. Gertfrik

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      Registered: January 2006
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      Lekkerrrrr, like die ref se ogies!

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