Fishing on the Pier

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Unread postPosted: Thu Sep 12, 2013 2:57 pm 
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I tested attachments, but got rejected because of file size (limit 256kb). I thought it would attach and produce a small clickable copy for the post here, but no go. So let's see if this works: f5.6, 1/3000, ISO 800.

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Last edited by Double Negative on Thu Sep 12, 2013 6:48 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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 Post subject: Re: Fishing on the Pier
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Yeah, that's waaay too big. Something like 900KB!

I wrapped your thumbnail image with a link to the full-sized photo. Yet another way to do it, and something you can do pretty easily. While not ideal to show a small thumbnail - it works! Click "edit" on your post to see how it's done (just hit cancel when finished).

Nice catch - both of you! ;)

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That is ultra cool - thanks!

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Nice photo. Great timing with the bend in the rod

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Hey Dale, I kind of recognize that area--looks like Mt. Pleasant? Or possibly near Folly Beach? I live in North Chuck, work downtown.

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jairyhunter wrote:
Hey Dale, I kind of recognize that area--looks like Mt. Pleasant? Or possibly near Folly Beach? I live in North Chuck, work downtown.


The Mt. Pleasant pier under the Ravenel bridge. I haven't tried photographing fishermen until this one, but there's a lot of people fish there so someone could build a nice collection of images on that topic alone. I actually do most of my photography downtown though. The side streets have as many interesting subjects as the more well known things the buggy drivers point to on the main streets.

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