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    Re: Post your Photographing the photographer.

    Quote Originally Posted by paul04 View Post
    Good shots Don, just goes to show what we will do to get a good shot.
    The last time we were out shooting waterfalls in February he was kneeling in a stream and was wet from a little above the knees down.


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    Re: Post your Photographing the photographer.

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    Re: Post your Photographing the photographer.

    Post your Photographing the photographer.
    Here are a few from the other day. The temperature was in the 70's, and photographers were plenty.

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  4. #734
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    Re: Post your Photographing the photographer.

    Post your Photographing the photographer.
    Taken during the red bull air race in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 2007 with my 1st digital camera Fuji Finepix S5600 bridgecam
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    Re: Post your Photographing the photographer.

    Post your Photographing the photographer.
    From the 47th Downtown St. Pat's Parade in STL. This one cracks me up.....

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    Re: Post your Photographing the photographer.

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    which button turns on the kaleidoscope?
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    Re: Post your Photographing the photographer.

    Post your Photographing the photographer.
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    which button turns on the kaleidoscope?
    Hahaha classic

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  8. #738
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    Re: Post your Photographing the photographer.

    Quote Originally Posted by TedG954 View Post
    I took this photo while birding at the Wako Wetlands.
    If a picture tells a thousand words, here's the best reason in the world for buying a Nikon 200-500/5.6 with Vibration Reduction.
    That lens is bigger than the lady carrying it!
    Doesn't look like much fun.

    PS..... they did more carrying than picture-taking.

    Ya... I am thinkin' that would not work with my cane... going to stick with my plan for the 200-500... Although you would save on a gym membership if you packed that around all day.
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    Re: Post your Photographing the photographer.

    Post your Photographing the photographer.
    Assuming that a video is just a mess of stills strung together, a tech from the Natural Science office shooting plants in our specimen garden. Why video for subjects that are not known for their movement is a question I can not answer and he was not inclined to discuss it.

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    Nikon 35mm/1.8, Nikon 50mm/1.8
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    SBH 100 ball head, PH 32 pan head
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    Re: Post your Photographing the photographer.

    Quote Originally Posted by nikonpup View Post
    which button turns on the kaleidoscope?

    This is how I feel some days when the sun is hitting the LCD and I forgot my reading glasses. Ha!
    Walt

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