Submitted by deevon on Mon, 03/03/2014 - 11:23
I don't have a heap of cash so have to take my photos on a budget but was hoping to get some feedback on the work ive done. Sold a few through a local art gallery but want to push my surf photography further then it is.
My in water photos are just gopro pics because I can't afford to get a housing for my Canon but yeah, have a look and let me know what you think.
Thanks in advance,
Gonna try and upload a couple...
Untitled by NeverBailOutPhotography, on Flickr
1st 2 photos are really good deevo'...... photo 1 in particular.... lovely textures....
Sheepdog wrote: 1st 2 photos are really good deevo'...... photo 1 in particular.... lovely textures....
Thanks mate, appreciate it. I just wish I could afford a decent set up to get them a bit sharper, but we deal with what we have.
From the clouds and water, it looks like "southern surf"...... Don't give it away, but "roughly" what region?
3rd one is pretty good also, blue with cotton wool buds that look like steam...
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Sheepdog wrote: From the clouds and water, it looks like "southern surf"...... Don't give it away, but "roughly" what region?
It's not the best surf spot anyway (mostly close out beachies) but it is on the surf coast.
I was pretty stoked it came out alright because it hammered me in the face moments later haha
A couple more...
Deevon, that under the jetty pic on your facebook page is a winner, well done the longer you look the more you see ? stairs ? post that pic up here....fucking love it.
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udo wrote: Deevon, that under the jetty pic on your facebook page is a winner, well done the longer you look the more you see ? stairs ? post that pic up here....fucking love it.
I hadn't noticed the stairs up the middle but now that you say it I can definitely see it!
Here is the photo in question:Untitled by NeverBailOutPhotography, on Flickr
Longer you look the steeper they get, the water could be mistaken for finished concrete.
How many rods has that fisherman got out ?