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Apr 22, 2011 20:10 |  #7381

I was happy to discover that the park behind my apartment building has some "waterfalls" in it, so I've spent a few evenings over the last week working on my waterfall technique. Coming along quite nicely, I think. Now I just have to stop myself from flooding my Flickr stream with waterfall photos.

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Apr 22, 2011 20:18 |  #7382

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Mike says Thanks!:D I think he's back on the 27th. I know it will be good to have him back. He likes to bring some laughs to our little 60D thread.;)

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Apr 22, 2011 20:58 |  #7383

meglet wrote in post #12275051 (external link)
I was happy to discover that the park behind my apartment building has some "waterfalls" in it, so I've spent a few evenings over the last week working on my waterfall technique. Coming along quite nicely, I think. Now I just have to stop myself from flooding my Flickr stream with waterfall photos.

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Hi Meg,
Nice shot on the waterfalls there. Can you recall what's your shutter speed in that one?

My ND filters just arrived, i need to test it.

Thanks...

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Apr 22, 2011 21:40 |  #7384

vinmunoz wrote in post #12275268 (external link)
Hi Meg,
Nice shot on the waterfalls there. Can you recall what's your shutter speed in that one?

My ND filters just arrived, i need to test it.

Thanks...

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Just look at the EXIF data on flickr. It is 0.2 (1/5) seconds.


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Apr 22, 2011 21:47 |  #7385

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vinmunoz wrote in post #12275268 (external link)
meglet wrote in post #12275051 (external link)
I was happy to discover that the park behind my apartment building has some "waterfalls" in it, so I've spent a few evenings over the last week working on my waterfall technique. Coming along quite nicely, I think. Now I just have to stop myself from flooding my Flickr stream with waterfall photos.

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Hi Meg,
Nice shot on the waterfalls there. Can you recall what's your shutter speed in that one?

My ND filters just arrived, i need to test it.

Thanks...

vinz

Just look at the EXIF data on flickr. It is 0.2 (1/5) seconds.

That's correct. It was taken with my 10-22mm ultra-wide "zoomed" into 22mm, ISO 100 and f/18 to get the shutter speed slow enough since it was a fairly bright sunny day. It was also handheld, although I believe I was leaning my hand against a concrete post for some extra stability. Also, no filters were used on this one, just a nice slow shutter speed. (Although an ND filter might have gotten me an even smoother water flow. Will have to try that next time I'm back there.)


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Apr 23, 2011 00:29 |  #7386

Raccoons mating.

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Apr 23, 2011 00:58 |  #7387

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Apr 23, 2011 01:05 |  #7388

CanonEOS wrote in post #12272571 (external link)
Thanks for the info on the bag I wanted to have a safe camera bag from thefts getting in, can you put the tripod on the side of the bag I have seen two straps on top on both side of the bag? and where can you put the laptop?

Thats what I also wanted to know is it comfortable to use, because some bags are not and I don't want to buy a camera that Screams theft come and get me. I also think a tripod bag is good but you have to carry both.

Is it also easy to add the weather sheet on the bag and can you still open you bag with it on?

Just snapped these to show what I mean. Don't judge ;)
So this is where you can put a small laptop.

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This is how the pouch hangs down and if you set it all the way down the pod pops out.
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This is how the bag tips. I guess if you put it an the ground it's ok, but while hiking I put it down on a large rock and a picnic type park bench and it was a little sketchy thinking it could lose it's balance pretty easy.
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Apr 23, 2011 01:10 |  #7389

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Raccoons mating.

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haha. I've seen some crazy stuff in Stanley Park!

I even had a guy try to mug me once in daylight at the aquarium with hundreds of people around. Tried to steal my camera. Luckily I was way faster than him and the dogs he tried having attack me. :mad:


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Apr 23, 2011 01:21 |  #7390

CanonEOS wrote in post #12272571 (external link)
Thanks for the info on the bag I wanted to have a safe camera bag from thefts getting in, can you put the tripod on the side of the bag I have seen two straps on top on both side of the bag? and where can you put the laptop?

Thats what I also wanted to know is it comfortable to use, because some bags are not and I don't want to buy a camera that Screams theft come and get me. I also think a tripod bag is good but you have to carry both.

Is it also easy to add the weather sheet on the bag and can you still open you bag with it on?

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haha. I've seen some crazy stuff in Stanley Park!

I even had a guy try to mug me once in daylight at the aquarium with hundreds of people around. Tried to steal my camera. Luckily I was way faster than him and the dogs he tried having attack me. :mad:

In Seattle by the water??? If there's not a gun involved someone is getting a beat down with my tripod. Then again I'm 6'7 and 270 so people don't mess with me much anyhow. I'd love to throw someone in the water right there. :lol:


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Apr 23, 2011 01:45 |  #7391

meglet wrote in post #12275504 (external link)
That's correct. It was taken with my 10-22mm ultra-wide "zoomed" into 22mm, ISO 100 and f/18 to get the shutter speed slow enough since it was a fairly bright sunny day. It was also handheld, although I believe I was leaning my hand against a concrete post for some extra stability. Also, no filters were used on this one, just a nice slow shutter speed. (Although an ND filter might have gotten me an even smoother water flow. Will have to try that next time I'm back there.)

Thank you very much. I saw the exif in flickr already but thanks for the extra infos.

Did you do some sharpening in PP?

Thanks again.

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Apr 23, 2011 02:04 |  #7392

Ok, so this isn't camera related, but this is some funny shiistuff and think some of you will appreciate it. At a dinner party tonight at a friends house.
Funniest thing I've heard all month!
Friend-We have nothing in common!
Friends wife-We both have vaginas.
Friend-And we both have mustaches. Oh, and we're both built like men.
WOW! Someone is on the couch tonight.

Ok, I'll make it camera related. Happy bday to meeee!!! I'm getting some money for my bday next week so I went out and bought a Blackrapid Sport. I used it at the bbq and loved it. I wish I would have gotten one sooner, it was AWESOME!!!


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Apr 23, 2011 02:53 |  #7393

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In Seattle by the water??? If there's not a gun involved someone is getting a beat down with my tripod. Then again I'm 6'7 and 270 so people don't mess with me much anyhow. I'd love to throw someone in the water right there. :lol:

Nope. Stanley park aquarium, Vancouver. I lived up there for a year while going to school. Beautiful city and surrounding areas, but damn, that place can turn into the zombie Apocalypse with the amount of homeless junkies and mentally ill people living there. Vancouver is the LA of Canada. It's the only spot that doesn't freeze over 4 months out of the year, so a lot of homeless end up there. Government kicked a lot of mentally ill people out of the facilities that were taking care of them and it just got even worse.

Had my car broken into TWICE in one night in a "nice" neighborhood in Kitsilano. :mad:

It's a really sad place once you live there and see it for what it is. :(:(:(:(


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Apr 23, 2011 07:15 |  #7394
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Will the flipside 400aw hold a 60D with grip? that is one reason I wanted a bigger bag is to have more space, and to carry my lenses, also my small video camera, and chargers also my new 430ex II, and my wife P&S camera and maybe one day I might buy the (70-200 f/4L IS) or a (70-300 IS) lens.

At this time I own a lowepro 170 AW but it's to small for what I want to carry. and the problem is I have cram things in, and the bag strap is not comfortable to me and this bag sticks out for thefts.

Because I live in China safety for me is number one in a bag;)

I also want to buy a tripod & bag but I am like you in some way I will not always use it because I have no large zoom lens but it will come in handy some day.

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The bag is really comfortable to me, and the straps are very relaxing on the shoulder even with all the stuff I cram into the bag with the camera. I bought it because of the safety protection of someone trying to steal my camera gear **had it happen and won't let it happen again** I never used the AW sheet before *lives in Texas* LOL

EDIT: The daily things I carry, 1 extra SDHC card, 3 lenses, camera body with a lens mounted, 3 flashes with diffusers on each, and my wireless trigger and receivers. On the side I have water bottles/powerade and my cell phone, wallet, keys, and a LED light for video recording...xD


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Apr 23, 2011 07:20 as a reply to  @ post 12271309 |  #7395

A small update for those wondering! I did a studio shoot woth my girlfriend yesterday, today is the big event shoot (money raising for handicaped kids), tomorrow will be the airplane shoot and the day after tomorrow I found a girl (a nice and sexy girl I must say ;)) willing to model for me, so I have another shoot coming!

I also have a personnal project/idea that I want to try after that. I'll try to replicate a picture from Pitbull, he was in a studio. Lools like a nice challenge!

Anyway, have a good day guys!


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