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Sep 27, 2019 03:41 |  #706

roseyposey wrote in post #18934040 (external link)
Thanks - that function on FN1 is amazing - probably the best thing yet someone has pointed me to, It reminds that I need to get the manual out and play with more features. Want to try time lapse and high res before I go to Castlepoint again in November.

I am glad I have been able to offer someone something useful.


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Sep 27, 2019 03:58 |  #707

kiwichris wrote in post #18934063 (external link)
I am glad I have been able to offer someone something useful.

Very helpful indeed!


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Sep 27, 2019 08:21 |  #708

roseyposey wrote in post #18934041 (external link)
Good shot of the insect. Do alligators grab you and roll you down to the bottom like crocodiles do? Not that I have personal experience, only what I've read.

I believe they ambush first, thrash you about a bit, and then pull you under. There might be a roll thrown in if they were to grab your arm and get into a tug of war.
Happily most of the time they just sink out of sight and leave you alone.


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Sep 28, 2019 04:19 |  #709

Some more reading for Rosey and others. This to me also answers the Trip to Africa low light problems rather neatly. It is a good read and by a guy similar to our age group as well.! :D https://naturalexposur​es.com/panasonics-lumix-g9/ (external link)


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Sep 28, 2019 05:10 |  #710

kiwichris wrote in post #18934553 (external link)
Some more reading for Rosey and others. This to me also answers the Trip to Africa low light problems rather neatly. It is a good read and by a guy similar to our age group as well.! :D https://naturalexposur​es.com/panasonics-lumix-g9/ (external link)

<sigh> that's all making me feel a bit tired :-)

Don't get me wrong - I do want to learn, but there is just SO much :-)


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Sep 29, 2019 04:06 |  #711

Great weather for first day of daylight saving. Bought fish for me and a sausage for the dog, and went to Clive.

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He ate his sausage and looked for more:

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Five shot Pano

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Sep 29, 2019 04:40 |  #712

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Great weather for first day of daylight saving. Bought fish for me and a sausage for the dog, and went to Clive.

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/2hnp​AcX  (external link) P1022858 Clive geese (external link) by Rose McGillicuddy (external link), on Flickr

He ate his sausage and looked for more:
https://flic.kr/p/2hnr​p7K (external link)P1022855 Duffy hoping for more sausage (external link) by Rose McGillicuddy (external link), on Flickr

Five shot Pano
https://flic.kr/p/2hnp​AaN (external link)P1022850 Clive 5 shot-Pano (external link) by Rose McGillicuddy (external link), on Flickr

That is a pretty series, I am glad dog finally got his sausage :)


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Sep 29, 2019 04:55 |  #713

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That is a pretty series, I am glad dog finally got his sausage :)

He got his sausage and one and a half pieces of fish as well :-) They gave me extra!


Panasonic G9: Lenses covering 8 - 300mm
Canon M5: A variety of Canon, Sigma, Tamron, Tokina, prime and zoom lenses, Samyang fisheye, 2 lovely Minolta MD, just for fun a Helios 44-2 58m - and adapters.
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Sep 29, 2019 07:25 |  #714

Just curious - I read somewhere to shoot in 4/3rds perspective to fully use the sensor, however photo printing default seems to be 2:3.

I have been shooting 4/3rds, and try to remember to change to 2:3 if I am going to print.

Wondering what everyone does?

Thamks


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Sep 29, 2019 08:30 |  #715

That's an interesting question. I haven't given it much thought.

On my last vacation I shot at 4:3 ratio but previous to that with Canon always at 2:3.

Look forward to hearing what other are doing.




  
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Oct 03, 2019 13:19 |  #716

Bergen, Norway...


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Oct 03, 2019 13:20 |  #717

Couple more from Bergen...


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Oct 04, 2019 00:29 |  #718

Practising with the new Lumix 100-300 f/4-5.6 ii lens.

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Had a lot of trouble getting focus on the gulls. Think I need a monopod.

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It's school holidays here - nice to see quite a few kids fishing:

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Oct 05, 2019 19:15 |  #719

Squirrels raiding the bird feeders gave me a chance to pull out the “BIG” lenses, 50-200mm and 100-400mm


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Really wish I had tome to get out more, now fall is upon us and it will be even harder to find time that coincided with good weather

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Oct 05, 2019 20:30 |  #720

Those are nice and sharp.

Well done.




  
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