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pfm Picture A Week (PAW) 2019 part I

Discussion in 'photo' started by Gromit, Jan 1, 2019.

  1. eguth

    eguth pfm Member

  2. Pete MB&D

    Pete MB&D Pete Maddex, the one and only!

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  3. JemHayward

    JemHayward pfm Member

    There is a specific type of hearing loss known as 'Shackelton Ear' - though my dad has his Shak Ear from flying a Halifax.
     
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  4. Gromit

    Gromit Plasticine Dog

    A cuppa - always great First Aid:

    [​IMG]Galley by Boxertrixter, on Flickr

    X-T2/XF16-1.4

    Handley Page Hastings.
     
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  5. Bananahead

    Bananahead pfm Member

  6. Lefty

    Lefty Trade: Amar Sood Photo

    One from the archives which I've only just processed - looking through old images as I'm seriously pining for my old Nikkor 50mm f1.2 Ai-S.

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    Summer Birch by Amar Sood, on Flickr

    Nikon D800E / Nikkor 50mm f1.2 Ai-S

    Lefty
     
  7. Milan

    Milan pfm Member

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    Talowa Dam
    by Milan Vjestica, on Flickr

    Went for a sheltered view away from the high winds. There is even a fish lift at this dam for the endangered Australian Grayling. The fish are lured into a large cage by flowing water then hoisted over the main dam wall and lowered down the other side.
     
  8. Colinb

    Colinb pfm Member

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  9. Gromit

    Gromit Plasticine Dog

  10. ff1d1l

    ff1d1l pfm Member

    Ffynon Fair - St Mary's Holy Well, is halfway up the cliff in the upper RH corner. Final stop for the pilgrims before crossing to Ynys Enlli, Bardsey Island, the reputed resting place of 20,000 saints, and 3 Enlli pilgrimages worth one to Rome.

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    Ynys Enlli.
    The well is in the cliffs to the right.

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  11. ff1d1l

    ff1d1l pfm Member

    Slate grave stones in various locations at Pen Llyn.

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  12. eguth

    eguth pfm Member

  13. Gromit

    Gromit Plasticine Dog

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  14. martin clark

    martin clark pinko bodger

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    Homage á Fox Talbot - Laycock Abbey today with my parents.
    Straight reduction from camera (X100,a bit more than a 'mousetrap'...)

    (I'd stick it in the 'blurry photos thread except I did this deliberately..)
     
  15. Pete MB&D

    Pete MB&D Pete Maddex, the one and only!

  16. Gromit

    Gromit Plasticine Dog

    Superb stuff, Pete - right up with your best imho (which is darn good!). :)
     
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  17. Gromit

    Gromit Plasticine Dog

  18. Lefty

    Lefty Trade: Amar Sood Photo

    @Gromit - Nice, I've always been curious about the X-H1. I presume you traded the X-T2 against it?

    Lefty
     
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  19. Gromit

    Gromit Plasticine Dog

    Hi Amar- I did indeed trade the T2 in, got a good enough price to make it worthwhile. :)

    Had a lot of fun with the T2, it (along with my old Pro1) certainly did a good job when I shot a friend's wedding a couple of weeks ago. Downside is that I've got so used to IBIS I ended up taking risks with shutter speeds, resulting in a handful of slightly fuzzy images. Took the Pen F also which was putting out tack-sharp images at speeds which would've been utter failures with the Fujis.

    This got me thinking that an ideal combo would be that Fuji sensor and ergos/non-menu-delving controls alongside a stabilised sensor. Now, the H1's IBIS isn't even in the same timezone as the Oly (which is crazy-clever) but it's safe'n'sharp down to 1/30sec with the XF56. Even slower if I'm extra careful. In doing so it means keeping ISO low or being able to stop the lens down...perhaps even a bit of both. :)

    The H1 also has a more developed shutter - electronic first curtain, and unbelievably quiet. Noise-wise there's no need whatsoever for the ES.
     
  20. John Barry

    John Barry pfm Member

    You've suddenly gone huge. Not just the camera, but also the photos; they no longer fit on my screen! Look forward to seeing the results
     

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