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  1. 3 more Plymouth firework shots for Colin

    Since you asked so nicely Colin.....


    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48557515556_83be2352b4_c.jpgPlymouth 2019 (5) by John Liddle, on Flickr


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    Re: Angry Skies

    Well Tom, that is a cloud alright!

    Although I can appreciate the colour pop, I think that in this instance the cloud is so overwhelming a presence that the image could stand as a straight mono in...
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    Re: Lemons and a pepper!

    Don't you get a bonus spin for three lemons?

    Good work Garry - the third lemon is favourite for me.
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    Re: Alternative idea...

    I think that by volunteering you have shown that you are a truly noble chap Brian. These days I am all too willing to let someone else do the donkey work - I have had my time as Motor Club Chairman,...
  5. Fireworks Championships - Plymouth 2019

    SWMBO & I treated ourselves to a day or two in Plymouth, to co-incide with the Fireworks Championships.

    We were blessed with reasonable weather, although a little windy (before the skies opened on...
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    Re: Bristol Floating Harbour

    Thank you Derek, Trev & Chris
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    Re: Packed & Ready

    I echo that - very nice
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    Re: Royal Duchy (again)

    Thanks Tom & Derek
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    Re: L&BR - Now in Colour!

    Good work John - for me at least, the last is the best 'cos it's a steamer!
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    Re: Royal Duchy (again)

    Thganks Paul & John



    You certainly do John! They are quite awe-inspiring when you are reasonably close.
  11. Re: EOS 5D MK3 underexposing by 1 or 2 stops - anybody else finding this?

    CambsCreative - does the effect show itself both when the camera is on a tripod and when hand held?

    I ask because, when not hand held, the viewfinder eyepiece should be covered with the little...
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    Re: Bristol Floating Harbour

    Thanks Bob.



    I believe you are right to want a viewfinder - when you look through one, the image you are about to capture is all you see - it fills your vision. When you look at a live view...
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    Re: Bristol Floating Harbour

    Thanks for looking and commenting chaps.



    Looking at the original individual images, I see that the "shark" is a gull.

    *****Spoiler Alert*****

    Gromit is taking a ride on the water.
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    Re: 5DMKIV focussing screen

    Well, who'd have thought of looking there!

    Thank you Robert - I see the same applies to the MkIII, but the good old 40D has a choice of 2 screens.

    Do you have any insight as to why the MkIII...
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    Re: 5DMKIV focussing screen

    Brian - this page gives some detail, but despite being dated Feb 2018, makes no mention of the 5DIII or 5DIV.

    https://support.usa.canon.com/kb/index?page=content&id=ART170209&actp=RSS
  16. Re: EOS 5D MK3 underexposing by 1 or 2 stops - anybody else finding this?

    I wonder if you have discovered why the camera was available used?
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    Bristol Floating Harbour

    We went to the M Shed in Bristol to see the Aardman "Early Man" exhibition (very interesting) and when we came out we wandered onto the balcony overlooking the harbour. All of a sudden I felt a pano...
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    Re: St Mawes, Cornwall

    More like this you mean John?


    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48503560102_70cb358ee0_c.jpgSt Mawes (Portrait) by John Liddle, on Flickr


    As to the flooding, the place seemed pretty...
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    St Mawes, Cornwall

    SWMBO & I visited St Mawes when we down in Cornwall last September. This is a 6-shot pano, hand held and is rather wide, so best viewed on Flickr.

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    Dartmouth viewed from the Castle

    A 2-shot pano, hand held.



    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48497705012_70ac07e329_c.jpgPano of Dartmouth from the Castle-2 by John Liddle, on Flickr
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    Dartmouth from the Castle

    When SWMBO & I were in Dartmouth recently, we visited the Castle - well worth a look - and from there you get some nice views back towards Dartmouth.

    There is also a pano in the appropriate...
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    Re: One Shot or AI servo?

    Roy - the Brighton zip wire is 300m long and the ride takes about 30 seconds. Average speed is therefore about 10m/s, or about 32 feet per second. At 1/400th, they would travel 32/400 feet along the...
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    Re: Wizards Hat 2

    A smashing image - prefer it to the first.
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    Re: After the Storm.

    Those are nice David - I think the first is best for me.
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    Caravaca de la cruz

    On the 2nd of May each year, the townspeople of Caravaca de la cruz in Spain celebrate the "Running of the Wine Horses" which involves dressing the horses in quite incredible costumes and then racing...
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