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04-27-2010, 03:36 PM   #16
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Shoes in the Ice fog....
Flash 1/180 f/5.6 ISO 800 K200D




Goose in the morning light 1/350 f/27.0 ISO 200 K200D




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Goose in the morning light.
...from a non-bird picture lover-this shot is exquisite!
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Hey thanks Mark....
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QuoteOriginally posted by bbluesman Quote
...from a non-bird picture lover-this shot is exquisite!
Are you saying you aren't a bird, or that you don't like bird pictures?

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Beautiful examples in here already. Don't know if I can compete but will submit one anyway.

I saw this scene but the sky was too bright so I waited till it got darker. Its obviously too dark so I bumped it up to ISO 1600 braced myself on a baluster.
f/13 at .8 secs on the kit lens. In hindsight I should've just opened up the aperture.
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Beautiful examples in here already. Don't know if I can compete but will submit one anyway.

I saw this scene but the sky was too bright so I waited till it got darker. Its obviously too dark so I bumped it up to ISO 1600 braced myself on a baluster.
f/13 at .8 secs on the kit lens. In hindsight I should've just opened up the aperture.
It's great to see people competing. You still have one more left to enter.Good Luck--charliezap
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Two of my hand held shots.





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Two of my hand held shots.



nice shots-can you give some exif info?--charliezap
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OK - I'll try this gig - I never have entered one of these before; indeed; I didn't know there were Photo Challenges on the forum, even though I've been participating for years. Here's the pelican shot I posted over in "Post Your Photos" section (which, along with General Talk) I know well. The data are: ISO 200; 300 mm (DA 55-300), F/9.5, 1/1000. I know this is a fast shutter speed for a challenge like this one, but we under power in the channel in the wavy shallows and the boat was bouncing around in every direction - that's my story and I'm sticking to it.

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Are you saying you aren't a bird, or that you don't like bird pictures?
Both,however...

Here is my entry

MY Way
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QuoteOriginally posted by Sailor Quote
OK - I'll try this gig - I never have entered one of these before; indeed; I didn't know there were Photo Challenges on the forum, even though I've been participating for years. Here's the pelican shot I posted over in "Post Your Photos" section (which, along with General Talk) I know well. The data are: ISO 200; 300 mm (DA 55-300), F/9.5, 1/1000. I know this is a fast shutter speed for a challenge like this one, but we under power in the channel in the wavy shallows and the boat was bouncing around in every direction - that's my story and I'm sticking to it.

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Jer! Welcome in the catacombs of PF. It's a bit scary here, but as soon as you get to know the people, you'll understand how to behave to survive....
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FA 43 @ f/11, .6 sec, ISO 200, I used a bit of driftwood to brace my elbow on.

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FA 43 @ f/11, .6 sec, ISO 200, I used a bit of driftwood to brace my elbow on.
That is an awesome shot.
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I've always liked this one. Not a really complex scene but I like the colors... It was taken on my way to work one day shortly after I got my K100D - handheld, braced against a light pole, air temp was -7F with a stiff wind blowing, "Auto" mode because I was still learning the camera and it was too damn cold to mess with the settings while my fingers froze solid...

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First shot for consideration. Vegas Night shot. No tripod used here, all handheld using the Taron 18-250

ISO: 200 - Exposure: 1/4 sec - Aperture: 3.5 - Focal Length: 18mm


Second shot for consideration. Shot of the violin player in my favorite Gypsy Jazz band. In the OOF background you can make out two of my friends dancing to the music. Again taken handheld Sigma 50mm EX 2.8 Macro

ISO: 800 - Exposure: 1/6 sec - Aperture: 2.8 - Focal Length: 50mm
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