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Offline DubFan

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Still shooting
« on: 08 October 2014, 15:59 »
It seems this section seems to have died off in recent month.

So in an attempt to bring it back to life, here's a few new photos from me:

Taken last week, 11 stitched images taken with the Canon 50mm f1.4 lens.


Tower Bridge at Dawn by AlistairBeavis, on Flickr


Light Descent by AlistairBeavis, on Flickr

Sunrise over south east London.
Multiple images stitched together, taken with a vintage 35mm f2.8 M42 lens.

September Sunrise - Panorama by AlistairBeavis, on Flickr

Taken at the same time:

Film:

Sunrise Over London on Film by AlistairBeavis, on Flickr

Digital:

Sun rising by AlistairBeavis, on Flickr


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Re: Still shooting
« Reply #1 on: 11 November 2014, 10:16 »
I'm still shooting, just time is at a premium.

Picked up a Canon G16 recently, as I didn't want to take the 5D2 etc to Spain, as we were flying and not taking any hold baggage.

Had some good fun shooting stuff like a tiny geko that was rescued from the pool:

IMG_1264 by Thomas Cowley, on Flickr

and this rather fabulous praying mantis who just happened to be on the terrace one morning:

IMG_1240 by Thomas Cowley, on Flickr

Girona was very photogenic:

IMG_1215 by Thomas Cowley, on Flickr

IMG_1168 by Thomas Cowley, on Flickr

Most recently I had a pop at using it to create the lairy motion blur which I like.  Although the lens only goes to F8, it has an in-built ND Filter, which dropped the shutter speed from 1/100th to 1/20th and got me the results I wanted

IMG_1505 by Thomas Cowley, on Flickr

IMG_1514 by Thomas Cowley, on Flickr

It is way less tolerant of certain things than the 5D2, but that's hardly a surprise!

Despite the limitations, I've really enjoyed using it and it is very capable.  It's also been fun learning a new camera, too.
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Re: Still shooting
« Reply #2 on: 12 November 2014, 20:52 »
Still shooting...enjoying moving on I think in composition, and PP skills (hopefully) :lipsrsealed:

Mushrooms by DuncanTyson, on Flickr

Light on the Langdales by DuncanTyson, on Flickr

Porth Dinllaen on the Rocks Pt2 by DuncanTyson, on Flickr

Lytham Walk At Sunset by DuncanTyson, on Flickr

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