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Glenn-Crouch
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Artist | Hobbyist | Photography
Australia
Amateur / enthusiast / hobbyist photographer.
Gear : Nikon D800 & D7000. Lens range from 10mm to 500mm.

Who am I ? Hedonist. Atheist. Child-free (look it up). Reader. Creator. Lover. Comedian. Activist. I don't blog, I don't write journals and I struggle to find time to submit my work to some of the gazillion groups on DA. :)

Current Residence: Sydney
deviantWEAR sizing preference: XL
Favourite genre of music: Rock, electronica, chillhouse, jazz, lounge
Operating System: Win7 64bit
MP3 player of choice: Ipod Classic 160GB
Favourite cartoon character: Kusanagi
Personal Quote: "By all means let's be open-minded, but not so open-minded that our brains drop out."
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comsic Apr 7, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
hey I just saw you favourited my work, thank you so much! means a lot to me :-) check out the best work of mine if interested at comsic.deviantart.com/gallery/…

Greetings, Jesse :-)
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Thanks for the llama 😀
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:icondarke-delirium:
Thank you for the llama!
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Monkeyboy41 Mar 17, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Hello, I am looking into buying some lee filters for the first time. I was wondering if you have any suggestions for what my first setup should consist on. I know the Big Stopper and the 1.2 GND are some of your most common. Any suggestions or pointers will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
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Glenn-Crouch Mar 19, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
G'day Bryce, sorry for the delay in replying. Lee make some good starter kits which are worth investing in, they normally have a filter holder and 3 soft or hard grad filters. Going by your landscape work, I'd look at investing in at least 2 soft grad filters, maybe a 0.9 and a 1.2. Soft grads are better for shots where you don't have a clear horizon. The Big Stopper is great for long exposures, even during bright midday sun as I've shown recently. ;)
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Monkeyboy41 Mar 19, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you so much. I will definitely take a look into those that you have suggested.:D (Big Grin) 
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:iconexparte-se:
Really enjoyed looking through your gallery. I can only echo the sentiments of previous comments; outstanding photography!
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Glenn-Crouch Mar 6, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks for the comment, appreciate it. :)
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ArtWolfTK Jan 28, 2014  Student General Artist
Thanks for the llama! ^_^
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JenFruzz Jan 7, 2014   Photographer
WOW! I am in complete amazement over your gallery- such stunning pieces and SO inspiring to me as a fellow photographer! Makes me want to go to the beach even though it's -10*C out there right now, :giggle:
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