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04-13-2016, 11:39 AM - 11 Likes   #8821
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here are a couple I shot at Yosemite on monday using the fa 150, and fa35 hand held

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04-13-2016, 12:29 PM   #8822
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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
Some from Regensburg on the Danube...

1. Handheld Pano with Z and DFA 35
I'm impressed with how sharp (as well as a great looking picture) this is considering it's a pano @ 1/80th sec, ISO 100. What is your technique?
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I'm impressed with how sharp (as well as a great looking picture) this is considering it's a pano @ 1/80th sec, ISO 100. What is your technique?
I pull my arms right in against my chest and don't breathe very much during the shots. I quite often handhold at 1/13 with this lens, not on a pano generally, but i restrict my breathing during the shot. I actually find the bulk of the Z helpful for this...
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Wonderful panos 'Ishi'. If, as I suspect, you are a professional singer then I presume you have this controlled breathing lark down pat!

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I agree those handheld panos are impressive! Nice work. I almost always shoot my D on a tripod.

One more from the lake with the A 35
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Wonderful panos 'Ishi'. If, as I suspect, you are a professional singer then I presume you have this controlled breathing lark down pat!
Singer indeed!

Ishimitis is an international assassin working for various un-named western governments to remove major drug traffickers, arms dealers and other such nasty riff-raff.
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this is how we shoot model portfolio:
All shots done with 645z.

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reaching the stage where I can't remember what I've already rolled out of the old 6x7s, so I'll have to stop soon, but they , so don't get much of an airing, so I'lldo a few more anyway - this is an old disused farmhouse in the wilds of the Karoo - 67 + 55mm, Velvia 50



Incidentally - you'll note that kit was sunset - driving back to the main road in the old Passat (not the brightest headlights ever made) was a bit hairy - but memorable
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QuoteOriginally posted by lenticular Quote
Wonderful panos 'Ishi'. If, as I suspect, you are a professional singer then I presume you have this controlled breathing lark down pat!
Correctly guessed - that's where my travelling comes from

QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
Singer indeed!

Ishimitis is an international assassin working for various un-named western governments to remove major drug traffickers, arms dealers and other such nasty riff-raff.
lol, I almost spat my coffee out then...

Thanks guys
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Ohio creek 645N

Here are a few from a creek shoot about three weeks ago, a little stream that forms the back border of our country place in northern Ohio.

KIT: Pentax 645N with Pentax-A 55mm f 2.8 and Kodak Ektar 100 mostly at around 1/125 sec., f 4.5.
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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
Handheld Pano with Z and DFA 35
That's impressive
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licenced to thrill...

QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
Correctly guessed - that's where my travelling comes from



lol, I almost spat my coffee out then...

Thanks guys

You're welcome. Actually I think I saw that piece of detail from your Flickr profile or somewhere similar ...my clairvoyant powers aren't so well developed otherwise!

A75 f2.8 on P645D


Back on the photo theme and continuing the bird theme (nice egret shots littledrawe), here's a beautiful Desert Owl called Cersei.

I had the pleasure of her flying onto my arm a number of times during tourist participation at a falconry display in Dubai.


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Beautiful bird shot!

I was chasing bubbles tonight.
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Two from this morning from Salzburg...

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