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Comments (8)

MNicky on May 26, 2008

.... on July 6, 2008

Dear Rob, I really love this photo! You used a fisheye lens - that´s for sure, but it even looks as if you have used a polarization filter, did you? If YES - how did you use it? A fisheye lens is not plane, so you cannot use a screw filter. Did you use a paper filter which is mounted on the BACKSIDE of the lens? Please let me know my e-mail: info [at] Thank you very much, Rob! :-)

Rob Boudreau on July 12, 2008

Hi Foto mann. No polarizer. hot originaly on film, scanned, photoshop saturation and levels. Glad you like my pictures, I see you are an island lover also.Cooks are amazing. on August 29, 2008

Oh yes, they are! We will be there again in about 60 days, visiting One Foot Island for 3 days + 3 nights (!!), just the two of us! I really hope that the weather will be fine so I can take lots of photos there! You will find them here early 2009 at the latest...

Rob Boudreau on August 29, 2008

Let me know when you post in panarimo. I like your pictures alot. Maybe next next time you go there will be 3 of you. The Cook islands are the most family friendly islands we have been to. Good luck on weather. Rob

luca73 on July 25, 2010

beautiful photo

まさひろう on October 3, 2010

oh…what a beautiful! i hope i will be there in future.

Oceanic-PC on November 13, 2011

Just wonderful !

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  • Uploaded on November 11, 2007
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    by Rob Boudreau