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Hi Bob, Yes we went to Hawaii and it was sand, sun and waves.
My good husband saw that just before the waves broke as they headed into the shore, the
schools of fish feeding just out beyond the break, became visible in the wave.
I thought I would try to capture them and this is my first shot. Olympus 14 – 150 lens, ISO 500 speed 1/4000 of a second. f 6.3.
How exciting is that. It is one of those subjects that you have no idea if you caught until
you get home to look!
Not much in photoshop. Tweeked the black and white in adjustments; resized it to a
panorama and framed it. Comments welcome. m
Leslie Otterbein I t
|My art form used to be slide shows with digital projectors and a fade dissolve system however, that equipment is now obsolete.I love telling stories with my photography so am presently loving creating photo books, medium sized ones capturing travel trips or major events but I have done big expensive coffee table books too. The latest is a Retrospective of Slides Shows from 1978 to 2005. It is quite sumptuous and captures the work I did with 13 of my more important slides shows over those years.I now have two Pentax digital cameras and a couple of good lenses. I use Photoshop CS3, a Minolta Dimage Scanner, an Epsom 1700 injet printer and a Viewsonic LCD projector.I volunteer with Brain Injury Organizations here in Edmonton, often doing photography with them or making slide shows educating people about the far reaching effects of brain injury. I teach photography through the City of Edmonton City Arts Centre. I’ve been a member of NAPA/CAPA since 1978.My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.|