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Bryan_Marshall

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  • Synchro cross


    Quote:Cracking shot Bryan! Thanks very much for the technical info; I always get one in focus and the other blurred so it's good to know it can be done. I think this has gone well be an attempt; for me it's highly successful. Have run out UA's for this week so I'll add this one to 'favourites'.


    Thanks, Eric, I just went for the fastest shutter speed I could, wound the ISO up a little to allow for it, then put it on multi shot with the hope that one came out
    • 11 Jun 2018 9:45PM
  • We have lift off


    Quote:Great capture of a great 1970s car. The good old Vauxhall Viva !!


    Thanks (but I think it's a Magnum) Smile
    • 28 Jan 2018 12:33PM
  • Squirrel


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    This was shortlisted. Again its something I have tried and failed at. An image I wish I had taken. You got the different angle to really work well.



    Wow, thank you very much, I wasn't expecting that Smile
    • 25 Aug 2017 5:57AM
  • Bolt from the blocks


    Quote:What a great position you had! Focusing could have been better as the sharpest person appears to be the starter-possibly a faster speed would also have helped especially with Bolt in the race!!


    Sadly all I had with me was a Sony HX60 compact, as all the stadium info suggested SLRs weren't allowed, so I was seriously miffed when I saw someone two rows in front with an SLR

    Having said that, yes, it should have been sharper, but when you're in a crowd all on its feet and trying to grab the shot errors occasionally slip in
    • 16 Aug 2017 1:35AM
  • Arrows over Totterdown


    Quote:great photo.
    a little tight in the the frame
    a bit more for the planes to fly into
    would have been a better composition still a great shot.



    I'm often torn between tight cropping and having the subject smaller than it could be, but I welcome your point of view, it's always good to hear how other people would see it Smile
    • 23 Jul 2017 12:46PM
  • Well hello there


    Quote:The crop certainly works and the timing is fantastic. But I am rather puzzled by the figure 5 on the inverted aircraft. The figure isn't inverted!!!!?????


    That's how it is, he spends most of his time inverted, so the number is put on to allow for it Smile
    • 18 Jul 2017 3:36PM
  • B2 at RIAT 2017


    Quote:Excellent placement in the frame.


    I have to admit to cropping it to that Smile
    • 17 Jul 2017 5:48PM
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