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Treasure Coast Wonders B&W
Lens: DA 15 & FA 31 Camera: K-3 Photo Location: Florida 
Posted By: LeRolls, 07-30-2016, 10:13 PM

Some of my B&W landscape work.



















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Fantastic series all around! I'm loving those starbursts.

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You are extremely talented, Chris.
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Fantastic series all around! I'm loving those starbursts.
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You are extremely talented, Chris.
Much appreciated! Thank you so much!

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Again you post my favorites. Thanks for the reminders. Fantastic work.
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Again you post my favorites. Thanks for the reminders. Fantastic work.
Thanks UV. I admit that I do miss doing these types of shots. So much of my free time is taken up now with communicating and scheduling shoots with the models. Oh well I'll try and get back into the landscapes if I can. Maybe someday I can justify getting that 15-30 for the K-1.
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Thanks UV. I admit that I do miss doing these types of shots. So much of my free time is taken up now with communicating and scheduling shoots with the models. Oh well I'll try and get back into the landscapes if I can. Maybe someday I can justify getting that 15-30 for the K-1.
You do what puts food on the table not what pleases us - unless you need to for you.
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Those are all great photos. The starbursts really add to the charm of them.

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You do what puts food on the table not what pleases us - unless you need to for you.
Lets be clear. Taking pics of beautiful young women is it's own kind of fun but it can be trying at times.

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Those are all great photos. The starbursts really add to the charm of them.
Thank you kindly. Yes, I am quite fond of the starbursts that the DA 15 and the FA Limiteds produce when stopped down.
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I can imagine that the young women vary in personality and skill. I imagine some are easy to shoot and others are difficult. I don't envy you despite the obvious. Lol.
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I can imagine that the young women vary in personality and skill. I imagine some are easy to shoot and others are difficult. I don't envy you despite the obvious. Lol.
All true. Some are quite lovely to be around even for extended periods of time. While others not quite so much...
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