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Posted By: Kerrowdown, 10-23-2017, 12:20 PM

Got you all running to Google for this one.

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10-23-2017, 01:14 PM   #2
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I'll give you a fine capture instead...nice one Kerrowdown.
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I'll give you a fine capture instead...nice one Kerrowdown.
Thanks for that.
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I don't think I need Google for this one...

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I don't think I need Google for this one...
I’ll have this forum speaking Scots soon...
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How do you say "heart palpitations" in Scots?
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Oh dear.......
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How do you say "heart palpitations" in Scots?
Nothing really comes to mind, closest I guess would be "I’m fair puckled!".

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Oh dear.......
Is all fine, trust me I'm a Scottish person...
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the benefits of using a telephoto lens for certain photos

you get a head start if someone objects to you photographing certain parts of the human anatomy
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the benefits of using a telephoto lens for certain photos, you get a head start if someone objects to you photographing certain parts of the human anatomy
With a vision like that, I’d have shot it with a 20mm if that was on the camera at the time, rather than miss the shot.

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the benefits of using a telephoto lens for certain photos

you get a head start if someone objects to you photographing certain parts of the human anatomy
But a wide angle lens would give much less of a voyeur sense - besides, I'd be much more interested in the two guys to the left.
Honestly, to me the main value of the woman is that the man is talking to her instead to space.
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But a wide angle lens would give much less of a voyeur sense
I was oot on a hot date with my “Gorgeous Lady” (Pentax-A* 200mm F2.8 ED)... when this opportunity presented itself.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
Got you all running to Google for this one.
You can always tell a @Kerrowdown photo! it's a really interesting shot good work
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You can always tell a @Kerrowdown photo!
Really how?...

Thought it might be all the strange words I throw into the mix.

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it's a really interesting shot good work
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