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Old 03-11-2011, 06:12 PM   #141
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Looks like he is flying back in Clever photo shopping

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Old 03-12-2011, 09:46 AM   #142
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Apart from not having taken a realistic bird photo .. well maybe a few from a local park some time back .. doing some OOB stuff has been on my list of things to do .. even a permanent link to your article Don ..

apart from the beautiful picture you have shown above there is also the fantastic way you present it .. I suppose I should stay at home a bit more and start trying harder .. so much to do ( I want to do!) and so little time to do it ..

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Old 03-13-2011, 12:52 PM   #143
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Old 03-14-2011, 05:36 AM   #144
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Very weird but highly effective - beautifully worked Donald
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Thanks folks

'Going 'solo' for the first time':
(It needs a good caption anyone)

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Good pic Donald. What about "Together"
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Lift that leg, don't drag it! Bank hard right! aggghhh .. learners! who'd have 'em!
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Those are some rib tickling coments. What is not in view is a female goose. The big fella on the right was giving the little fella teh 'Keep yer cotton pickins off!'

The following are some very expensive kit I saw at an air show...







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Is that a variation of a 'Rifle-grip' for telephoto-lenses: It's hard to tell from that angle, but if that rod protruding into the grip is part of the shoulder-stock, I bet it's all too easy to receive scraped knuckles on it
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Is that a variation of a 'Rifle-grip' for telephoto-lenses: It's hard to tell from that angle, but if that rod protruding into the grip is part of the shoulder-stock, I bet it's all too easy to receive scraped knuckles on it
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You could probably make something similar out of an old aluminum crutch, a broken tripod and a paintball grip.
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there are any number of DIY shoulder mount tutorials/instructions out there and countless threads on photography sites - some look pretty shonky and even downright dangerous to the health of your kit, others seem to work well. There's been an explosion in the manufacture (both pro & DIY) of these types of stabilising devices since DSLR's started being used for video making. Most, if not all, DSLR's in video mode have no Image Stabilisation working meaning footage can be very shaky if filmed "from the hip" (no tripod) and they also suffer from the "jello effect" or rolling shutter when panning too quickly so serious users get about looking a bit like this:




well maybe not quite as good looking as this
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I was going to ask if she comes with it
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got attracted by lighting & the mirror effect where an outflow goes to the sea when cycling along trhe coast a few days ago .. it's a small chapel ... lots of shots .. here are a few ..








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Nice shots guys!! How many of you night owls are going to take photos of tonight's "Super Moon"??

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