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  • oranges by amos_cmos


    The tripod is a Manfrotto 190, and nothing moved as far as I can tell. The images were taken remotely using a Camranger / ipad and so the camera/lens weren't actually touched.

    Lighting was just a pair of ikea cheapo work lights and a mirror. I've yet to do a halo free one. Maybe smaller aperture / less steps in the focus stack?.

    Software was CS6.

    • 6 Jan 2014 6:15AM
  • speed by amos_cmos

    I'll have a root in my library and find out, 1/125 if I recall correctly but I'll check.
    • 8 Dec 2013 11:38PM
  • count your pennies by amos_cmos


    Have a good Christmas.
    • 24 Dec 2008 10:06PM
  • hawker hurricane mk1 by amos_cmos

    Guy - yes I agree about the border, any ideas how to upload without losing the comments etc?.
    • 22 Jun 2006 9:28PM
  • Pochard Duck by pcjackso

    Nice detail Pauline, tho' I'd say he was a Pochard.
    • 14 Mar 2006 9:37AM
  • goldcrest by bagupsteve

    Well caught, you certainly need 400mm to get near these, and a fast shutter speed.
    • 13 Mar 2006 11:50AM
  • Goldcrest by fossilized

    Excellent shot.
    I found some today but they're very small and don't seem to keep still for long. All I got were branches with out of focus goldcrests!.
    • 4 Mar 2006 9:50AM
  • Posted on: Canon Powershot G10

    The G10 does have a remote socket.
    The Canon RS60E3 remote release is the compatible one, although I've just ordered a Hahnel wireless equivalent.

    • 2 Dec 2008 11:45AM

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