Perpetual Photography - Thread Nineteen

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Arthur Fowler wrote:Really impressed Harold!
dataloss wrote:not bad for a 1" sensor that, not bad at all.

Thanks :-)

It can be a frustrating camera at times and I never thought it would shoot this type of shot.
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A picture of my son:

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It's not my normal focal length for portraits - it's M3/4 and the equivalent of 35mm. I normally shoot portraits in short telephoto, but I really like this.
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I used my Nikon DSLR for the first time in ages last night. So long ago that I had to reacquaint myself with the controls! Even with that I came back with photos of the wrong quality setting and no raw file. A sure sign that I don't take enough photos nowadays.

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I took some RAW + JPEG instead of my normal RAW only workflow as I was transition my system to a iMac. So here's a couple of JPEG's out of the Camera (100D)

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Last weekend scouting and nailing down Octobers 4 day workshop, this looks a good spot for a snap..

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One from the Cotswolds last week, shot on my Olympus EM1:

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Crieky what a sight. It literally looks like a mirror. The figure makes something to go to with your eyes.

I would love to get a model up there , standing staring out in an amazing dress.

Ohhhhh ideas.....
RobDickinson wrote:Last weekend scouting and nailing down Octobers 4 day workshop, this looks a good spot for a snap..

ImageWish you were here? by Rob Dickinson, on Flickr
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One of the local canal;

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And my new bike;

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They may be meeting soon.
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I dropped my first dslr in that canal. Not a euphemism.
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I almost dropped mine into a river when my Tripod broke in half while doing Macro photography a couple of summers ago.

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RomerojpgX wrote:Crieky what a sight. It literally looks like a mirror. The figure makes something to go to with your eyes.

I would love to get a model up there , standing staring out in an amazing dress.

Ohhhhh ideas.....
:D it'd be an awesome spot for a bit of model shooting, its an hour walk in but plenty of spots on the way in too.

back next weekend for a 4 day workshop
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4 day workshop! That's a long one. I can only imagine how much can be done in that time frame in the photography mood.

Dont think I have posed on here in a loooong time. My first SLR the CANON 70D is getting used a lot, it has been battered and smashed and I am sure sue a new camera after only 2 years soon haha
Still it does me good for now. I get to do all sorts of fun things these days, it is like one endless fun photography shoot.

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I bet those Brides drew a bit of attention..

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Don't get chance to take many photos these days (spend most of weekends recording non league football these days). But managed to take some on a trip to Japan a few months ago. Finally started sorting them out.

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Q wrote:I bet those Brides drew a bit of attention..
Indeed haha Amazing experience to be part of (still wouldn't want to do anything real wedding related ever haha). It was done to promote a wedding catwalk later on, we wandered around on the waterfront for ages and the public were stunned :D all getting out their phones and taking videos. It all helped with promotion.
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Are they just on the streets running about? Cannot imagine getting that close to them :eek:
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Was up a hill near the edge of town. Its a monkey park but the monkeys wild and are free to come and go and as they please it would seem. There was an island near Hiroshima which had deer roaming around in the street.
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From our holiday to Sri Lanka earlier this month:

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