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Sep 22, 2021 16:32 |  #22891

Which way do stand when you pan Mike?


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Sep 24, 2021 12:13 |  #22892

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Which way do stand when you pan Mike?


Depends a lot on the terrain (in the case of this shot there is a bit of a steep slope down towards the track and it's dirt so a little slippery). Also a little crowded. But typically, feet well apart, and angled perpendicular to the point of the anticipated "best shot". Does that make sense? Is that what you were asking ? I have read that it's best to actually have one foot slightly ahead of the other, and I think that's probably a good technique (makes for a slightly more stable stance), not sure but I may be doing that a bit. I should be more conscious of my exact stance, I know.


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Sep 26, 2021 10:29 |  #22893

Managed to find one of the herds of Chincoteague Ponies, that the area is famous for, grazing on the marsh grasses.


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Sep 26, 2021 10:33 |  #22894

Some non-pony shots from Chincoteague NWR.

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Oct 02, 2021 15:57 |  #22895

Georgetown, DE Wings and Wheels.

1) Stearman and a B-25 Mitchell "Panchito".


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Oct 02, 2021 17:20 |  #22896

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Oct 03, 2021 23:06 as a reply to  @ gonzogolf's post |  #22897

Just traded my Canon 7D & 1D Mark III for the canon 7D Mark II. Looking forward to getting it out in the woods for some photos.


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Oct 04, 2021 10:48 as a reply to  @ HoosierHorridus's post |  #22898

Just broke out my 7DII to take some photos of some good friends kids playing flag football. Shot it alongside the R6 with both a EF 70-200 II f4 and the EF 70-300 II NanoUSM. The 7D holds up really well in those daylight photos.




  
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Oct 04, 2021 10:57 |  #22899

I've managed to grab a Fringer Pro II for Fuji, going to be doing some testing with a X-T4 tomorrow. Depending on results, I could well be saying good bye to the 7D2 (will be kept in the bag as a backup)


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Oct 09, 2021 14:41 |  #22901

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Oct 10, 2021 15:47 |  #22902

Today is probably the last time I'll be using the 7D2 for Ballroom and Latin :o

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