"Lavande papillon", for the bees
Thanks Tom!In my honest opinion (as compared to my dishonest one, which is a regular occurrence here), typing ‘in my honest opinion’ would give me 3+1 of the necessary words required for a response.
But I’m not a person of few words, lies or not, so I will continue.
Yeah, right! Another bloody flower. Actually, an inflorescence. I suspect the structures appearing at the top are modified leaves.
And then another bloody boat. I’m a bit concerned for the ladies up front. They seem to be ill equipped for riding up front on a slipper surface at such speed without safety equipment. Perhaps they are disposable items for the production.
Who can afford such luxuries (I mean the boat, not the women)? I can barely afford a ducky for my tub. And why tight skinned young damsels with open legs and voluminous boobs? Christine likes boats. She’d be quite happy to ride one in your next shoot.
Off the coast of Arnhem Land is safer than Turkey. Except for the crocs, jelly fish, rays, sharks, octopus, cyclone and tidal displacement.
“Thumbs up”, Nic.
For some forgotten reason there were 2 versions of the same shot, one (the one already postes above, has been horizontally flipped…BTW, Can you discern the writing on her diary?
Asher,Pretty well educated young woman! What are the last few words of the top line on the right!
What do you know about her?
is she training to be a museum curators, a gallerist or an academic?
......or that was written for her as a prop?
It’s about “What sails your boat?”I thought it was about the boat.
Besides Asher's comment, my job is to show what can be done with such a yacht, rather than the yacht itself.I thought it was about the boat.
Not in the bay of Cannes! LoL!Nicolas,
What about areas where their are pirates?
Can it ever outrun them?
or there are super safe routes?
Yes, out on the terrace.
With the 645Z I cannot shoot focus stacking in auto mode, I have to do it manually…Can you do focus stacking with the Pentax?
iThe Fuji GFX has that as well as shooting from a iPad. Seems very easy.