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    #26





    My new Panasonic GF2 shot today with the 14-42mm lens. Great wee camera.

    Edit: my greyhound is hard to get not blurry. I need moar practice shooting.

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    #27
    Wellington ghost bus...



    ghostus-1 by Adrian Rumney, on Flickr

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    #28
    you know i cant ride you ghost bus

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    #29
    One from the drags held over the weekend.

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    #30
    [REPLY=Tugboat] Wellington ghost bus...


    Hey man nice.

    What density ND filter did you use?

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    #31
    Sunset from Mt Pleasant.


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    #32
    Phunk wrote:

    What density ND filter did you use?
    I'm guessing 10-stop

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    #33
    [REPLY=Phunk]
    Tugboat wrote:
    Wellington ghost bus...


    Hey man nice.

    What density ND filter did you use?
    Cheers.

    Hotwax guessed right. It's through a 10-stop ND (Hitech Prostop 10), 6 secs at f/13 and ISO200 at about 2:30 on a Sunday afternoon.

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    #34
    Excellent work as usual Hotwax... but that first one especially is grouse.


    Another 10-stop from the same day. 10secs at f/11, ISO100...


    orientalay-1 by Adrian Rumney, on Flickr

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    #35
    Thanks Tugboat I love my 10-stop, I reckon I must use it on at least half of my shots.

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    #36
    I was taking photos and saw this old mexican dude looking at me in the background so I focused on him.

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    #37

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    #38

    parliament-1 by Adrian Rumney, on Flickr

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    #39
    George,a highly trained killer readly to pounce at any moment

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    #40
    Woke up to this morning,Crop only

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    #41

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    #42
    Love the blurred bus photo and some of the others are ****ing great pics too

    Gotta ask though, is wide angle appropriate for portraits?
    Not sure if this embed will work...


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    #43
    Summer evenings at Lyall Bay...


    lyallay-1 by Adrian Rumney, on Flickr

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    #44
    MatthewPerrin wrote:
    Gotta ask though, is wide angle appropriate for portraits?
    Generally no, unless it's something you want to do. Wide angles tend to make things larger if closer to the lens.
    example: http://www.petapixel.com/2011/11/07/...ct-head-shots/

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    #45
    Cool little explanation that Weegee, love the 'fish eye' portraits :P

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    #46

    Canoe Polo by widcatnzl, on Flickr


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    #47


    Playing around with the 14mm



    The GF took one of me and the G-hound. I need to upgrade my PC /monitor now to make the most of the GF2

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    #48
    Some really great photos as usual this month!

    One from me, a photo of GP user Zangetsu's R33 Skyline

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    #49
    Awesome Weegee, is that handheld or mounted / remote triggered?

    Self portrait:


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    #50
    Cpt.Crowbar wrote:
    Awesome Weegee, is that handheld or mounted / remote triggered?
    Heh cheers bud the photo is handheld, just burst fired basically.
    Bit of a write up here with more photos: http://winstongee.wordpress.com/2012...g-it-your-own/

    Also cool self portrait! ^_^ pretty cool 'hand hold'