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Nov 17, 2013 06:13 |  #1216

This one for me too - very atmospheric.


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Nov 17, 2013 10:08 as a reply to  @ Jonathan's post |  #1217

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Nov 17, 2013 11:47 |  #1218

Love these two. The first one for the lighting, and the second one for the sweep of the wings.


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Nov 17, 2013 12:21 |  #1219

Not a touch on Ians recent lot ( superb fella, very envious!), but I just got back from Birmingham airport doing some slow panning. My Sigma 50-500 only locks focus at f/10 - f/13 so it means low speeds. (1/20th - 1/50th tonight)

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Nov 17, 2013 18:41 as a reply to  @ Radders's post |  #1220

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Nov 18, 2013 04:28 |  #1221

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Not a touch on Ians recent lot ( superb fella, very envious!), but I just got back from Birmingham airport doing some slow panning.
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Great panning -- I always have a very hard time, regardless of whether I'm shooting people, cars, birds, or whatever. Especially love these two ^ - the starbursts are great!

One from Stockport over the weekend:

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Nov 18, 2013 04:49 |  #1222

FuzzSummit wrote in post #16460203 (external link)
Great panning -- I always have a very hard time, regardless of whether I'm shooting people, cars, birds, or whatever. Especially love these two ^ - the starbursts are great!

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Nov 18, 2013 05:22 as a reply to  @ post 16457771 |  #1223

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Nov 19, 2013 04:11 |  #1224

FuzzSummit wrote in post #16460203 (external link)
Great panning -- I always have a very hard time, regardless of whether I'm shooting people, cars, birds, or whatever. Especially love these two ^ - the starbursts are great!

Cheers Fuzz, going back at the weekend in lighter conditions so hoping for some much better results!

These were tripod mounted too btw, I have had a few goodun's before at 1/30th handheld but that was with my 100-400 with IS on, my Bigma is the non-OS version so while light is crap, I doubt I will try anything handheld while using a low speed. :)


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Nov 20, 2013 01:42 |  #1225

Two questions:

Anybody up for a London walk-about this coming Sunday, the 24th? SVTManiac will be visiting and might be interesting to give him a photographic tour of London.

Also, is the Highgate West Cemetery worth it? I'm planning to go there this Friday and would like some atmospheric scenes with fall colours. The West Cemetery is a bit more expensive and accessible via guided tour only. Wondering if the East will be enough or if the West has that much different scenery.


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Nov 20, 2013 04:18 as a reply to  @ FuzzSummit's post |  #1226

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Not a touch on Ians recent lot ( superb fella, very envious!), but I just got back from Birmingham airport doing some slow panning. My Sigma 50-500 only locks focus at f/10 - f/13 so it means low speeds. (1/20th - 1/50th tonight)

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Like this one and with the shutter speed you were using great job

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Great panning -- I always have a very hard time, regardless of whether I'm shooting people, cars, birds, or whatever. Especially love these two ^ - the starbursts are great!

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Very nice, that is exactly the sort of thing I would walk past the the camera would stay in the bag:(

Highgate cemetery looks really interesting and would definitely be up for a tour. Got a wedding Sunday so can't make that.


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Nov 20, 2013 08:20 |  #1227

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Two questions:

Anybody up for a London walk-about this coming Sunday, the 24th? SVTManiac will be visiting and might be interesting to give him a photographic tour of London.

Also, is the Highgate West Cemetery worth it? I'm planning to go there this Friday and would like some atmospheric scenes with fall colours. The West Cemetery is a bit more expensive and accessible via guided tour only. Wondering if the East will be enough or if the West has that much different scenery.

Thanks for posting this up for me. Hopefully we can get a few people together and go exploring.


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Nov 20, 2013 10:33 as a reply to  @ SVTmaniac's post |  #1228

AFternoon all. So I chose this morning to go and explore Knole. :rolleyes: it was lovely and frosty when I left home - got to Knole, parked, walked into the park and it started raining…. might as well stay and explore I thought…. not many deer about until of course it was pouring with rain… then I nearly got squished by two silly bucks scrapping with each other and chasing in and out of the woods… so I got quite a few shots of them and their ladies, and then I got lost! Had to phone Mark and try to explain where I was. Next time I"m taking a big ball of string!

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Nov 21, 2013 07:19 |  #1229

I did a guided tour of "Street Art" in Shoreditch at the weekend. I took this tour to take photos to support a tourism article Cindy was writing for an Icelandic airline.

I used to consider "Street Art", "Graffiti", call it what you like, an over intellectualised form of vandalism that certain local authorities lacked either the funds or the will to clean up. This tour changed my view. Yes, there is a degree of mindless "tagging" out there but what abounds - some of it by permission, some not - has much to recommend it. Some works are small, others huge. Some by well know artists, others by new talent. Some works can be in place for years, others gone in 24 hours. It was a thoroughly fascinating afternoon.

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Nov 21, 2013 15:22 as a reply to  @ Jonathan's post |  #1230

Anyone know where the shutter trigger button on my camera has gone ............... seems to have not used it for sooooooooo long :o

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