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Gimbal for BIF
Have a Canon EF 100-400 II with the 1.4 III and need to figure out what is the best set up using my Manfrotto 190go
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Big Cats
A couple of shots from Project Survival's Cat Haven




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Timelapse & Lightroom
Ok all of you wizards of the light fantastic, here is my question, bear with me.
I have a real interest in creating time lapse videos. I have my camera and a home brew intervalometer. I can use Picasa, but I also have Lightroom CC on my my somewhat limited, aging MacBook. I've looked at the tutorials on youtube, read what I can find in the various forums. What I can't find is where in the sam-hill is the slideshow module in Lightroom? I'm using the latest version of LR CC (ver 1.1) and Photoshop. I do not have a "menu Bar" across the top of LR. Any help would be greatly appreciated. If I need to throw in some more facts, etc, including screen shots let me know. I would be more than happy to do so.
Thanks, GreenReaper
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Auto Focus issue.
I am having a problem autofocusing my D7100. It will not auto focus intermittently.
I have to camera set up to back button focus continuous single point. Today while I was shooting a lacrosse game in good lighting conditions I was having trouble getting the camera to auto focus. Sometimes I had to release the focus button and press it again to engage the auto focus. Any thoughts or ideas would be appreciated.
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Moon shot
I thought I'd try my hand at "shooting the moon" and this is my first attempt. I like how the angle of the sun makes some of the terrain almost appear mountainous on the lower right.
Nikon D5000, Nikkor 70-300 VR @300mm, ISO 400, 1/320, f5.6. I shot this handheld as all of my tripods & monopods are still packed in a container as I remodel Harvey flood damage.


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Different Beach Photos
I went to the beach tonight but instead of the usual lighthouse/water photos, I found some interesting action in the parking lot. He mentioned when he noticed me taking his photo that he was not very good. I don't know about that, I certainly enjoyed it.








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A7iii VS A7Riii
Does anyone own both the A7Riii and the newly released A7iii? I’ve read reviews, but I would love to hear your thoughts.
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Unusual Wind Surfing
Went downtown HB for dinner at Pacific City just sitting watching the ocean in Ola waiting for our lobster and rib eye tacos, when I see this wind surfer fly by. So when I take the photo I can tell that he is moving really fast in the wind. When I get home I find it isn’t a regular wind surfboard but something that looks like a hydrofoil. Wow, I am way behind in the latest fads.


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Follow That Dream
This is a photo of the Citrus County Historical Courthouse in Inverness, FL while on a recent road trip to the west coast of Florida. The courthouse was used for the court scenes in the Elvis Presley 1962 movie "Follow That Dream" that was filmed primarily in the Florida cities of Inverness, Yankeetown, Ocala and Crystal River and other locations. The courthouse now houses a historical museum and is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. Many Florida counties have restored their old original, classic courthouses back to their original style. Built in 1912, this style has been described as eclectic, with elements of Neo-Classical, Italian Renaissance, Prairie School and Mission styles....still its a pretty classic building.
Inverness Courthouse

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Disrespecting a national treasure
This guy climbed over a barrier fence meant to keep people from getting too close to these ancient, irreplaceable petroglyphs in Sego Canyon north of Moab, Utah. I hate this! Why do some people feel like they have to own everything?

These petroglyphs are some of the oldest found in the Southwest, classified as Barrier type, Archaic.


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