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Nov 16, 2019 00:54 |  #3481

Photobombed myself :-)


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Nov 16, 2019 05:54 |  #3482

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Hubby’s shot of me last New Years Eve.

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I was wondering the same, but also I’ve never seen a set up like that. Two cameras on one tripod? Are they on the same subject? How is that system working? Looks both complicated and fun.


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Nov 16, 2019 06:35 as a reply to  @ Spencerphoto's post |  #3483

In the 1980s, Jawa produced 100,000 motorcycles a year, a few years later it was only a tenth. Jawa is still alive, but he only remembers the successful years. Jawa was one of the Czech “family silver.” The brand based in Týnec nad Sázavou was at that time one of the largest motorcycle manufacturers in the world, which was also very successful in the racing field. After 1989, however, came a steep downturn and from a giant company today is a small manufacturer, which currently only remembers the past glorious years. :cry:

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Nov 17, 2019 08:22 |  #3484

Inspeqtor wrote in post #18960880 (external link)
Taking pictures of the moon or something else?

Shooting fireworks and it was really cold!

I used a Pluto trigger set to sound and it amazing. The Pluto photos were much better than the ones I took myself.




  
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Nov 17, 2019 20:18 |  #3485

Lubos-PM wrote in post #18960950 (external link)
In the 1980s, Jawa produced 100,000 motorcycles a year, a few years later it was only a tenth. Jawa is still alive, but he only remembers the successful years. Jawa was one of the Czech “family silver.” The brand based in Týnec nad Sázavou was at that time one of the largest motorcycle manufacturers in the world, which was also very successful in the racing field. After 1989, however, came a steep downturn and from a giant company today is a small manufacturer, which currently only remembers the past glorious years. :cry:

https://en.wikipedia.o​rg/wiki/Jawa_Moto (external link)

I owned one in me teens.


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Nov 18, 2019 11:08 |  #3486

Greg_8 wrote in post #18960941 (external link)
I was wondering the same, but also I’ve never seen a set up like that. Two cameras on one tripod? Are they on the same subject? How is that system working? Looks both complicated and fun.

There are 2 tripods right next to each other.

First and closest is a black tripod with a Canon 70D and a 24-105 lens.

Second is a red travel tripod with a Canon 70D and a Canon 10-22 lens. You can see my red iphone case on top of red tripod; it has the pluto app that controls the camera firing.

Both cameras are aimed at the fireworks with the 24-105 catching only the aerial portion and the 10-22 catches it from the minute it ignites on the trailer.




  
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Nov 18, 2019 13:28 |  #3487

Joy!


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Nov 18, 2019 14:48 |  #3488

Workshop.


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Nov 19, 2019 06:01 |  #3489


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Some simple photos

  
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Nov 22, 2019 10:04 |  #3490

Guess the location of the sun!


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Nov 22, 2019 10:10 |  #3491

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I see a shadow, but I do not SEE a photographer!

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Nov 25, 2019 06:43 |  #3492

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