Download it here. The app is searchable in the Google Play Store under Sailboat Owners.
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- Thank you. Start by getting a subscription to National Geo and study every photo in every feature article. Learn about the "rule of 3rds". Get a camera that you set to shutter priority, aperture priority, and full manual. Play around with it to really learn what changing aperture & shutter speed does to the end result. Shoot a lot - evaluate your work with a critical eye - throw away the crap before anyone else sees it .Ugh, this is not fair... Sheesh Phil, if Van Gogh had a camera ... Care to share some tips?
Thanks its one on my fav's as well, given to me by the previous owner. All you have to do is enter and race the Chicago to Mackinaw race, there will be a helicopter zooming around shooting and then emailing you a tempting offer, I guess they get the contact information from the race entry.Can I borrow your helicopter to get a photo like this of my boat? Really cool shot.
Yeah, they got me a couple years ago. In 2010 it was $250 for each 16 X 20, or $500 for 3, I bet drones are eating into their business.There's a company called CoolBoatPix.com that covers races around the country with a helicopter and a bi-plane. They were in Solomons MD for Screw Pile 2014. Although I wasn't racing, I was out for a solo day sail. They circled my boat (and others), and now I have two gorgeous 16x20 prints of the boat under sail.
Not only are they expensive, you can't even look at the pic they select without ordering it and paying shipping charges both ways if you dont like it. Killer for me was being forced to buy 16x20 when much smaller was what we wanted.