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    Re: Master of photography.

    It's the R version - just studied a still from the program and can just make out an LCD on the top, the Rp does not have this.
  2. Thread: Tri pod

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    Re: Tri pod

    looking good, look forward to seeing some images taken with the set-up now.......
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    Re: EOS 6D MK2 - HDR

    Afraid to say I've just found out it's not possible to store HDR settings in the C1-C2-C3 settings on any EOS Canon Camera (not just the 6D2) - can't find out why though, does seen strange.
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    Re: EOS 6D MK2 - HDR

    Hi Charles

    I'd assume that as the HDR function is disabled by default, and needs to be set for each shot/sequence, that would be the reason behind it. What I do for the odd occasion I use the "in...
  5. Thread: Filter or not

    by Iron Man
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    Re: Filter or not

    It's a no from me..... A UV filter is not necessary on a digital camera, like it used to be for film (for cutting through haze). Many people use them for protection, I just use the lens hood...
  6. Thread: Tri pod

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    Re: Tri pod

    If you are looking for a head purely for your 500 f4.5, I would not consider a ball head. Colin's suggestion on the Manfrotto MVH502AH is a decent choice. A gimbal head is worth considering, but...
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    Re: Tri pod

    This comes down to personal preference, some will love a 3 way head, others will loathe them. Personally, I use a ball head for it's ease of use in the field (I'm not saying the 3 way is harder to...
  8. Thread: Tri pod

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    Re: Tri pod

    Think I'd be looking at something a bit better built to be honest, a tripod is something I would not skimp on. I'd be looking at the likes of the Manfrotto 055 xPro3, with a gimbal head for your...
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    Re: Female Goosander reflection

    Echo what all the others have said.....:thumbsup:
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    Re: Kingfisher on the Rock

    Works for me too....:thumbsup:
  11. Thread: Contemplating

    by Iron Man
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    Re: Contemplating

    Nice habitat shot Trev.....:thumbsup:
  12. Thread: Short zoom

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    Re: Short zoom

    If you are referring to the 24-105, I would say go for it, not a lot to loose if you can take it back
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    Re: Short zoom

    Forgot to add, you could try hiring the aforementioned lens's for a couple of day's to see which suits you best (lens for hire has all the mentioned ones). May seem extravagant, but at least you get...
  14. Thread: Short zoom

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    Re: Short zoom

    Hi Neil

    It all depends on your style of photography. If you are after a general "walk about" lens, then the 24-105 f4 is great, and I too would recommend it (it also compliments the 100-400 you...
  15. Thread: Four sisters.

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    Re: Four sisters.

    4 Nice individual portraits well work great as a set......:thumbsup:
  16. Thread: Lion Cub

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    Re: Lion Cub

    Another fine capture Brian.......:thumbsup:
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    Re: Red Squirell in a tree

    ...now I do like this one, excellent........:thumbsup:
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    Re: Kingfisher Male

    nothing more to be said........:thumbsup:
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    Re: Goosanders - male & female

    Yes, they work for me too, excellent set......:thumbsup:
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    Re: Yeovil Railway Centre

    Mmmm, first I've seen of this too.......

    Afraid I agree with Tony, but a great subject and framing.......:thumbsup:
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    Re: Hi everyone from sunny Yorkshire

    Hi Neil - slumming it now are we.....LOL

    Small world indeed, I too was born there in the 50's (54) - Hawson Street, and then on to Pearsons Cres
  22. Thread: New member

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    Re: New member

    Hi Neil, and welcome to the forum, look forward to your contribution.......:thumbsup:
  23. Thread: Nuthatch

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    Re: Nuthatch

    Agree

    Stunning shot Colin, lovely eye detail......:thumbsup:
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    Re: Mist over Derwentwater

    Simply stunning John.......:thumbsup:
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    Re: Keith Mortimore

    Hi Keith, and welcome to the forum, look forward to seeing some of your images
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