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antongorlin

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Good day,
I have written a massive guide for Seascape Photography, it took me over a month to put together. I hope it's allowed to post external links here as it's quite big :)
Please read if you are interested in the subject and let me know what you think.

Seascape Photography Guide
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Sharon VL

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I'm hesitant to click links when you are new to the site. Can you post excerpts here?

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I'm not sure what to post... maybe a screenshot?
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Sharon,

I browsed it and it didn't take over my PC, so I think it is safe.

To me it looks like a nice, straightforward introduction to seascape photography aimed at the relative beginner.
It is clear and methodical, but I doubt it has anything new for someone who has lived on Nantucket with a camera for many years!

-Eric
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Sharon,

I browsed it and it didn't take over my PC, so I think it is safe.

To me it looks like a nice, straightforward introduction to seascape photography aimed at the relative beginner.
It is clear and methodical, but I doubt it has anything new for someone who has lived on Nantucket with a camera for many years!

-Eric

Thanks, Eric.  :)
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