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Discussion in 'Street, Documentary, and Portrait' started by Brian S, Jun 18, 2010.
Oly EP2, Nikkor-SC 5cm F1.4, at F4. ISO 400.
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E-PL1 w 9-18mm: 9mm f/7.1 @ 1/60 ISO 500
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E-PL1 9mm f/8 @ 1/80 ISO 1250
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E-PL1 14mm @ 1/80 ISO 500
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EP2, Lumix 20/1.7 ASPH.
E-PL1 & 45-200mm (61mm); iso 320, f/5.6, 1/125
A girl playing on the beach yesterday. She was enjoying herself so much I just had to capture her happiness. 45-200 @ 103mm f6.3 1/4000
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Jazz on a hot summer´s day under the blue tent.:tongue:
E-P2 - Tamron 2,8 80-200 ISO 400
The past 2 weeks in the UK have been really hot, with a lot of sunshine and clear blue skies - just what i love :smile:
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Home sweet home
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The view out of the library window when I was revising during my exam period.
Lake Michigan Beach
(I've switched to the large sized image)
"Having a Heatwave"
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Wow, that's hot BB... hope you have ice!
Yes, that's one thing we are good at having here is ice!
NYC hit 103 F. degrees yesterday... My car's read out said 108 in the hot sun. We are not used to this here on this part of the eastern seaboard. Fortunately, where we live there's been a breeze...and we have not lost power, so we've got plenty o' ice cubes.
Unfortunately, many are not fairing so well here - which that linked article refers to, should anyone have interest. I realize other parts of the world have much more intense heat and worse, we're just not used to it nor prepared for it in many instances. Electronic devices, etc., add to the overuse of the power grid, of course - so everyone should unplug if they don't need to use "it".
BBW, I LOVE that picture!! I get the same "are you taking ANOTHER picture of me" look from my wife alot!
A few from the weekend.
Wonderful images of your son living in "the moment" and that's it!
E-PL1 9-18mm: 18mm f/11 @ 1/100th ISO 200
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I'm dying to put a title on this but Don AKA Streetshooter always says it's verboten, and I try to do what Don says...most of the time.
Washington Sailing School
G2 & 45-200mm; most on the water were at 200mm (handheld), cropped, and post processed with Viveza or Silver Efex Pro. The sailing school takes place on the Potomac River just south of Washington's National Airport. It was a very hot, humid, and hazy day and not ideal for shooting, but it was the only day I had a chance to get out while my son was attending the school.
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Great idea! And what FUN! Summertime. Great pics all...
BBW, I feel for you guys back East. We're use to 100 to 110 here...but I know the East Coast rarely gets that high.
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