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Mar 31, 2017 14:07 |  #12196

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So there's a chance to pick one up then!  :p

Absolutely! They should be less than the Gromit ones.❤




  
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Apr 05, 2017 14:21 |  #12197

We are back from Rome w US Nifty and I will be posting photos soon!


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Apr 05, 2017 15:29 as a reply to  @ BlakeC's post |  #12198

Cool. Looking forward to your images, Blake!


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Apr 05, 2017 22:17 as a reply to  @ BlakeC's post |  #12199

Can't wait to see your pictures!


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Apr 06, 2017 07:56 |  #12200

So here is US Nifty's first ever trip to Rome!

We stayed at the Hotel dei Borgognoni downtown (a street behind the Trevi Fountain) and walked everywhere! To the Colosseum, Pantheon, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Vatican...everywhere.

First, I do NOT recommend using this lens in Rome! Absolute worst lens for this city! The streets are too narrow and site are to large for Nifty to capture, especially on crop.
I did manage to get a few shots, but the canon 10-18 stm was my main lens and it was AWESOME!

Since I couldn't get so many great shots w Nifty, I took some photos OF Nifty in Rome as well (using the Canon 10-18STM)!

Here is the full album of Nifty! Nifty Goes to Rome! (external link)

And here are the MUCH better photos of Rome taken with the Canon 10-18STM - Rome 2017 (external link)

My travel setup is usually my Canon SL1 and Canon 24mm 2.8 STM, but I decided to leave the 24 at home and brought the 10-18 instead, and I'm glad I did!

#1 Nifty heading into St Peter's Basilica

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#3 Inside the Basilica under the dome

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#4 Up inside the dome!
We decided to take the elevator up and walk around IN the dome. After this, we took some VERY narrow claustrophobic stairs up to the TOP of the dome. I will NEVER do that again. We walked up to that little opening at the top of the dome. As we walked up the 320 steps INSIDE the walls of the dome, the steps got steeper, the walls got narrower, and the walls curved with the dome! But the walls didn't widen, both walls just curbed so you had to walk up sideways. My shoulders are too wide to walk straight so I had to walk up sideways anyway. And there was no end in site forward or backwards. It was like an amusment park line going up with ppl pushing you from behind and nobody moving in front of you. There was no going back. You could only go forward then come back down the other side! I started getting claustrophobic and had to yell at ppl to back the F off because they were pushing but going nowhere. Of course, I was about the "biggest" guy I saw in Rome. Pretty sure nobody there works out. lol. So everyone backed off. AND at the top of these crazy stairs, there is an even narrower opening we TINY spiral stairs that are so steep, you have to hold a rope in the middle to go up! We ended up outside on top of the dome just under teh cross!
In case you didn't know, St Peter's dome is the tallest dome in the world at 448.1ft from floor to the top. It is 551 steps if you take the stairs from the bottom to the very top.
I didn't take many photos inside the stairs bc it was just to small to even move my arms around to take photos. I was able to get one at one of the relief points. You can google photos but they don't really do it justice.

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#5 This dog was at this cafe every day. He stayed nearby while his owner worked.

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#6 The alter in St Peter's

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#7 Some live music outside the Pantheon

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Apr 06, 2017 12:35 |  #12201

Nice set Blake!
Yes, you need a wide angle for travel. I usually take the 24-105, but it often is not wide enough!

Nice trick with the Nifty as subject! :rolleyes:


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Apr 06, 2017 23:02 |  #12202

Nice shots, Blake but I'm somewhat shocked that you weren't told off because some of your shots were taken by a different lens. When I accidentally posted an odd picture taken shot with a different lens, I was told off by a mod immediately. I suppose there are privileges for some but not all.
Carry on, young man.


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Apr 07, 2017 02:40 |  #12203

itsallart wrote in post #18321662 (external link)
Nice shots, Blake but I'm somewhat shocked that you weren't told off because some of your shots were taken by a different lens. When I accidentally posted an odd picture taken shot with a different lens, I was told off by a mod immediately. I suppose there are privileges for some but not all.
Carry on, young man.


Renata.. Blake did use the Nifty as a subject *shrug* He told us the story.
I'm sorry that you feel "privileges" are being invoked.

No, this is not the ideal way of hosting. Many others have used work-arounds by taking multiple shots, bits and pieces and then put together.
In these instances, there were explanations and stories were told, and it was done consciously. Frankly, I was not really happy about the USA Nifty leaving the country, as this lens is about showing POTN'ers about the USA. Again, Blake, told us in advance about his intentions and has told us a story.

Believe me, plenty of people have been asked to remove photos from this thread because they didn't fit guidelines, and I'll bet there will be more.

Again.. I am sorry that you feel singled out.


How do others feel about this?


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Apr 07, 2017 12:54 |  #12204

joayne wrote in post #18321730 (external link)
Renata.. Blake did use the Nifty as a subject *shrug* He told us the story.
I'm sorry that you feel "privileges" are being invoked.

No, this is not the ideal way of hosting. Many others have used work-arounds by taking multiple shots, bits and pieces and then put together.
In these instances, there were explanations and stories were told, and it was done consciously. Frankly, I was not really happy about the USA Nifty leaving the country, as this lens is about showing POTN'ers about the USA. Again, Blake, told us in advance about his intentions and has told us a story.

Believe me, plenty of people have been asked to remove photos from this thread because they didn't fit guidelines, and I'll bet there will be more.

Again.. I am sorry that you feel singled out.


How do others feel about this?

itsallart wrote in post #18321662 (external link)
Nice shots, Blake but I'm somewhat shocked that you weren't told off because some of your shots were taken by a different lens. When I accidentally posted an odd picture taken shot with a different lens, I was told off by a mod immediately. I suppose there are privileges for some but not all.
Carry on, young man.


This seems a little different to me. It was actually requested that I hold onto Nifty and bring Nifty to Rome with me. I was ready to send nifty on but was told to keep it so Nifty could see Rome. I even asked if that was okay with everyone and I all I got was "yes." I saw it more as a story about Nifty traveling to Rome for the first time, kind of like the Travelocity Gnome! :) And since Nifty isn't a great lens for the sites in Rome, I compromised. Rather than not involve Nifty at all, I chose to show Nifty visiting some sites. It was fun and I thought it was funny.

Joayne, if you weren't happy with me traveling with Nifty, all you had to do was tell me. Since you were commenting on other posts before and after mine, I figured you had seen
several members posting telling me to take Nifty and you were ok w it.

Again, seemed like a really cool fun idea to me. A way of personifying Nifty as the subject and documenting it's travels.


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Apr 07, 2017 12:56 |  #12205

btw, Nifty is ready to move on, where is the most current list?


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Apr 07, 2017 14:45 |  #12206

Well, I like the photos taken with Nifty. I probably would have taken one photo OF Nifty somewhere indicating it was in Rome. The fact that a USA host was able to take Nifty on vacation out of the country is quite unique. Now this Nifty that Blake holds has been outside the US which I think is pretty cool. It's a well traveled Nifty for sure.

Also, the fact that he is ready to pass it along to the next USA host seems viable.

I love the shots of your trip Blake and I hope to see more that you took WITH Nifty on the camera. :)


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Apr 07, 2017 15:45 |  #12207

joayne wrote in post #18321730 (external link)
Renata.. Blake did use the Nifty as a subject *shrug* He told us the story.
I'm sorry that you feel "privileges" are being invoked.

No, this is not the ideal way of hosting. Many others have used work-arounds by taking multiple shots, bits and pieces and then put together.
In these instances, there were explanations and stories were told, and it was done consciously. Frankly, I was not really happy about the USA Nifty leaving the country, as this lens is about showing POTN'ers about the USA. Again, Blake, told us in advance about his intentions and has told us a story.

Believe me, plenty of people have been asked to remove photos from this thread because they didn't fit guidelines, and I'll bet there will be more.

Again.. I am sorry that you feel singled out.

How do others feel about this?

Okay, well, Nifty is not very well suited for old European cities. All of us here, shooting in those old European cities, deal with that, one way or another. I think I was the one who started doing panoramas as a workaround. Which I think is a legit way because the panos are made up of shots that are all taken with Nifty.

To be honest, I didn't enjoy Blake's shots taken with a different lens, showing Nifty as the subject. Surely one such photo would have been enough to make the point, just as Cameraman suggested. But of 8 shots posted, no less than 5 were taken with a different lens.

Now I know that when Renata posted so many shots taken with a different lens she was unaware of it and the shots were totally unrelated to Nifty. Blake's shots are different of course but her point is still valid: the rules should apply to all of us. No double standards. And the main rule of this thread is not "take photos OF Nifty" but it is "take photos WITH Nifty". Even if it's hard, even if it's impossible. We just have to be more creative then and not be afraid to fail (look at my museum shots! :rolleyes: ).

I have no problem seeing a Nifty travel to another part of the world. The US Nifty to Rome and in July the EU Nifty travels to the US. I mean, isn't the only reason that we have different Nifties a practical one? Customs, clearance, taxes and what have you? Making it too expensive for a Nifty to travel from one trading zone to the next?

Just my 2 cts, Jo.


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Apr 07, 2017 18:08 |  #12208

Thank you for the input Blake, Cameraman and Levina

Blake, nothing on you. I just expressed my personal feelings and they have to do with losing so many Nifties over the years. Some while traveling.
This really has more to do with the comments from itsallart. She was asked to remove some images that were not taken with Nifty.

Thanks for your input Cameraman, and I agree with you. I still stand by my comments about story and at least Nifty was the subject.

Thanks Levina, your input is always worth more than $.02

I will always feel that images posted here should be taken with Nifty.
Those are the guidelines, that's how it started and we are trying to be true to the poor little Nifty that died at the border between Canada and the USA..


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Apr 08, 2017 20:50 |  #12209

Here are a few from me. These were taken at Westonbirt School for Girls who were holding the under 13 South West Schools Lacrosse Rally.
Only had a few minutes, but thought the little tents used by the individual schools were interesting.

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This is the tent for the host school which you can see in the background.

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The ball is at the far left.

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This team must have been playing at the time as they were all closed up.

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Another with the school in the background.

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The coats worn by St Georges Ascot which are piled up on the floor looked like they were wearing a duvet.
They were down to the ground on some of the girls!
Not very attractive!

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The huge cedar trees were planted in the 1830's. The school peacock roosts in one of them at night to avoid the foxes.

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Apr 08, 2017 21:43 |  #12210

A week later, I went to the Gardens Illustrated Festival held at Westonbirt School.
I only went to go to the Jekka Herb stand, but did have a walk around the tent and the plants for sale.
Bought a few and arranged to visit Jekka Herb Farm the following week for an open day.

As I was walking away to visit the Camellia House, I suddenly realised that I hadn't taken any nifty pictures, so this is the only one.

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The Camellia house has been restored and the plants are now getting to be a reasonable size.
It will look fabulous in a few years.

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There were several sticky traps for insects hidden within the plants.

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