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Big Drops
Lens: fifty fifty Camera: K01 Photo Location: Oz ISO: 80 Shutter Speed: 1/250s Aperture: F1.2 
Posted By: gmans, 07-25-2013, 11:56 AM

Glass drops.

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07-26-2013, 05:25 PM   #2
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Interesting shot...but I don't understand the title. But I'm pretty slow.
Thanks for sharing.
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QuoteOriginally posted by jford Quote
nteresting shot...but I don't understand the title. But I'm pretty slow.
Thanks for sharing.
The title is reference to the water drops shots so popular on the forum , the big is a reference to the Fifty 1.1.2, there is a simliarity in the upside down subjects. Thank you for veiwing.
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upside down subjects
Not upside down it's an Australian car shot taken the wrong way through a great lens.

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Check the "A" in the number plate its on upside down, so it must be.
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Thru the Lens correctly.

"Kerrowdown "This was taken from the correct side of the lens, just forgot that it needs to be on the camera the number plate still looks the same.
The real story is that just picked up lens from Post Office (Ebay Delivery), was inspecting the lens and was impressed by the size of the glass, so took a few shoots with the K01 and lens perched on steering wheel. Only noticed the car in foreground plates as I drove off, the number plate was either on upside down or somebody tampered with it to make the V into A to read Ass upside down.

Did not go back to confirm the number plate, as I drove off the owner was giving me that odd look that you get when you are taking photo,s of them or possessions.
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