Shady Camp Sunset

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Shady Camp Sunset

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Hi All,

I traveled to Shady Camp during the week for a bit of land based fishing from the barrage. I dropped a barra and didn't see much action for the rest of the time I was there (which sucked for me), however a friend managed a 54cm and 58cm for the night. There were about 10 other people fishing the barrage that night and everyone else seemed to be consistently landing fish. I would hazard a guess and say that all the fish caught were between 50cm to 65cm.

While I didn't get to land a fish, I did get to enjoy a truly awesome sunset. One of the best I have seen in a long time. Here are some photos of the sunset that I managed to capture. Along with a photo of the 58cm.

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Very cool shots. Bad luck with the fish...ya get that :-)
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Great shots!
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nice work :mrgreen:
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Hi there,

Great sunset pics.
This only would have made the tripe worthwhile.

Have a good day,
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Lovely photos Jer -
As someone who also like and appreciates good photography - what setup and settings were u using for these pics? Tripod or hand held?
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Wow, that's great!
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Thank you to everyone for your appreciation.
Windy wrote:Lovely photos Jer -
As someone who also like and appreciates good photography - what setup and settings were u using for these pics? Tripod or hand held?
Hi Windy, these were all handheld using a Canon 5D MkIII with a 24-105mm f/4.0. Aperture was f/4.0 and shutter speed between 1/50sec and 1/80sec.
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