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Mar 11, 2020 15:07 as a reply to  @ post 18636746 |  #3631

Chuck in the house! :)


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Mar 11, 2020 15:37 |  #3632

Me on the set of "Rica Famosa Latina Season 5"


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Mar 15, 2020 05:36 |  #3634

Here is one of Amy using the 400mm F2.8. Taken with my portrait lens the 600mm + 2x :-D

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Mar 15, 2020 16:43 |  #3635

robamy wrote in post #19027109 (external link)
Here is one of Amy using the 400mm F2.8. Taken with my portrait lens the 600mm + 2x :-D

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Looks like you found a keeper!

My wife is very supportive and goes with me most of the time, which is great. Then she sits in the car reading, crocheting or worrying about me! At first that was a distraction when I was actually shooting. It took me a while to realize that is what she would be doing if she were at home. So now I focus on photography rather than the fact that she is sitting in the car. The rest is together time.


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Mar 15, 2020 17:48 |  #3636

C Scott IV wrote in post #19027453 (external link)
Looks like you found a keeper!

My wife is very supportive and goes with me most of the time, which is great. Then she sits in the car reading, crocheting or worrying about me! At first that was a distraction when I was actually shooting. It took me a while to realize that is what she would be doing if she were at home. So now I focus on photography rather than the fact that she is sitting in the car. The rest is together time.

I would love a companion like that.:love::love::love:


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Mar 15, 2020 17:52 |  #3637

C Scott IV wrote in post #19027453 (external link)
Looks like you found a keeper!

My wife is very supportive and goes with me most of the time, which is great. Then she sits in the car reading, crocheting or worrying about me! At first that was a distraction when I was actually shooting. It took me a while to realize that is what she would be doing if she were at home. So now I focus on photography rather than the fact that she is sitting in the car. The rest is together time.

She is a good one, we have been married for 25 years. I will keep her around :-D


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Mar 19, 2020 12:05 |  #3638

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Mar 28, 2020 18:06 |  #3639


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Mar 29, 2020 12:54 |  #3640

No chance of camera movement here...


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Mar 29, 2020 13:59 |  #3641

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What about the possibility of YOUR camera having movement??  :p

The ring going around the lens.... is that clamping onto the lens??

If it does, how does he focus the lens?

What is his contraption called?? I have never seen anything like it before.....


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Mar 29, 2020 15:30 |  #3642

Inspeqtor wrote in post #19036104 (external link)
What about the possibility of YOUR camera having movement??  :p

The ring going around the lens.... is that clamping onto the lens??

If it does, how does he focus the lens?

What is his contraption called?? I have never seen anything like it before.....

Improbable but not impossible. Like can we totally discount seismic activity?

Looks like the ring attaches to the tripod on the bottom and to a plate on the side. The plate is then attached to the bottom of the camera. Yeah, never seen such a configuration before. Looks pretty cool.


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Mar 29, 2020 16:42 |  #3643

Inspeqtor wrote in post #19036104 (external link)
What about the possibility of YOUR camera having movement??  :p

The ring going around the lens.... is that clamping onto the lens??

If it does, how does he focus the lens?

What is his contraption called?? I have never seen anything like it before.....

I rarely use a tripod at all. I have pretty steady hands and was taught to snipe, so I know how to hold a camera steady. The lens has IS and I DO try to keep to the inverse FL law given the IS rating. I have a pretty high kit rate.

My good friend here takes his massive tripod with him everywhere. I have no details on the head unit - I too have never seen its like before: it may be a custom made thing, but I will say that for every shot he takes I get about 10! ;-)a


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Mar 30, 2020 03:30 |  #3644

What is he trying to shoot anyway? Waiting for something to walk into his camera's field of view?


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Mar 30, 2020 03:55 |  #3645

scriveyn wrote in post #19036496 (external link)
What is he trying to shoot anyway? Waiting for something to walk into his camera's field of view?

This shot was taken on Saltspring Island, BC, Canada. From my memory of the day our group shot there it would have been a landscape or architectural shot- something like the image below... He is a meticulous technician.


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