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    It was very cold and cloudy most of the time when we set off to photograph Red Kite again with sleet/hail falling from the sky, but in between we had clear blue skies.
    To lighten our mood Anne joined in the fun when I put a prism on the Olympus 12-100 lens and showed how to photograph Red Kites.






    Olympus E-M1X - 40-150 lens with 1.4 converter - various f settings etc


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    Prism ?

    New to me, Barr1e. Is it an attachment that fits on the lens, like a filter ?

    Really like the Red Kite shots. Looks like it had it's eye on you in the second shot.

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    • #3
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      Hi Garry -

      Thanks for commenting.

      The prism seen below fits to the threaded part of the lens (front) and you turn the handle until you achieve the scene which suits.



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      • #4
        Re: Red Kite (again)

        Not sure what I'd use the prism for but the Kite shots you are posting are magic.

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        • #5
          Re: Red Kite (again)

          Interesting piece of kit !

          Never seen one. But would imagine it could be rather creative.

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          • #6
            Re: Red Kite (again)

            Lovely kit shots once again - we're so blessed to have these where we are (Barrie and Annie live close to me).


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