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  • Re: My Image of the Day

    Originally posted by patmoore View Post
    I did the following:

    Canon EOS XSi on a tripod. Manual setting with BULB, ISO 200, and F11. I just held down the shutter for a few seconds with each fireworks burst (sometimes multiple ones).

    Here are a couple I took with my iPhone X




    Ah - looks like these have disappeared.


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    • Re: My Image of the Day

      Daredevils jumping into the sea off Sharkham Point.


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      • Re: My Image of the Day

        Originally posted by Gez View Post
        Daredevils jumping into the sea off Sharkham Point.

        Looks both, cold and risky, Gez.

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        • Re: My Image of the Day

          Red Kite


          Taken last weekend on a very cold day but bright.

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          • Re: My Image of the Day

            Tynemouth Priory


            Tynemouth Priory and Battery by Andrew Peter Martin, on Flickr
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            • Re: My Image of the Day

              Almost the end of the challenge for a picture a day for the month of October: there have been several camera shots, a couple of fisheyes, and a few gig shots but most have been taken on my carry around camera, the Canon EOS-M. Still got the Mk 1, still liking it and, despite all the criticism, still find it focuses easily for me - possibly because I mostly have it set to spot metering, spot focussing.

              Realised as I left work last night for the first time since the clocks went back at the weekend that I hadn't got my "shot for the day" and, since I thought I've had enough pictures of one of the cats, set off back down to the Cross to see if I could get a night shot. Now that's where the EOS-M is weak: low light, but it is the works of a 650D in a mirrorless body.

              So I turned on 2 second self-timer, braced myself against the railings, and took a couple of long exposures. This was 4 seconds, and I'm quite pleased how it turned out.


              30/10 Time to go home by Carol, on Flickr
              http://carolannphotos.com

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              • Re: My Image of the Day

                Worth returning for Caz.

                2 second handheld, shows lots - very good.

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                • Re: My Image of the Day

                  9,000 knitted poppies all made by local women for Remembrance Day.

                  [ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlRiwruJlAE"]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlRiwruJlAE[/ame]
                  Regards Ron. Live each day as if it was your last. One day you will be right.

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                  • Re: My Image of the Day

                    Hi Ron -

                    Very emotive.

                    Nicely put together - thanks.

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                    • Re: My Image of the Day

                      That was interesting, Ron.

                      Those ladies were very busy.

                      Smashing video quality.

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                      • Re: My Image of the Day

                        Thanks Barr1e and Garry for your kind comments. There are a lot more poppies also on the war memorial in the village. I took the opportunity yesterday to visit the church while the weather was not to bad. All images were taken with my Panasonic FZ330 and processed in Cyberlink PowerDirecto 16 slideshow software. The Last Post was downloaded from YouTube.

                        Glad you enjoyed it.
                        Regards Ron. Live each day as if it was your last. One day you will be right.

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                        • Re: My Image of the Day

                          Penny and I were invited to stay with friends near Boston and I took the opportunity to take a few shots of the Head of the Charles Regatta. Thanks to Rodbender for the tutorial on how to embed Youtube videos.

                          [ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RcmVNqRfTTg"]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RcmVNqRfTTg[/ame]
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                          • Re: My Image of the Day

                            Always nice to see a Seal.







                            Repair to Tres Hombres on a very windy morning.


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                            • Re: My Image of the Day

                              I like both of these, Gez.

                              I remember that last time I visited Brixham, ( 15 yrs ago ) seeing a seal swimming around the harbour.

                              I really must come down there again.


                              I take it that we are seeing more of Torbay behind Tres Hombres ?

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                              • Re: My Image of the Day

                                Originally posted by Rodbender View Post
                                9,000 knitted poppies all made by local women for Remembrance Day.

                                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlRiwruJlAE
                                Not sure about the history here - it was raining when I took this yesterday and few folk to stop and ask.
                                I have called it:
                                Chesham's Tribute


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