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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by McYukon View Post


    Northern Lights at -20 C / -4 F.
    The cameras LCD display was so cold, it had the "Dissolve" effect whenever the settings/picture changed
    Cool

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    Took this picture over the neighbours fence.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchster26 View Post
    Took this picture over the neighbours fence.
    Hmmm Not sure if this is real ?!?!?!?

    It seems to be shining bright with sunlight ?? Are you sure your in the UK lol

    Seriously though, that is a nice snap of a little birdy
    With shots like that, dont be shy and be sure to return.

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    Hi, yeah we do get a couple of sunny days in the UK,
    thanks for your comment, appreciated, cheers Paul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchster26 View Post
    Hi, yeah we do get a couple of sunny days in the UK,
    thanks for your comment, appreciated, cheers Paul.
    I've not seen the sun for ages haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jbob View Post
    I've not seen the sun for ages haha
    Why do you think the Brits colonialized half the world!! They were just trying to find someplace sunny and warm...

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    i took this one a few weeks ago & it seemed to come out pretty well


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    i took this one a few weeks ago & it seemed to come out pretty well

    Wow, that looks like an old Scottish cemetery lost deep in the Highlands. Where did you take the picture?

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    it was near Compton in Surrey!

    flashearth link - Flash Earth - Zoom into satellite and aerial imagery of the Earth in Flash

    the crosshairs are approximately where i stood to take that shot

    i have a few more shots from that visit on my flickr - Flickr: sh0wtime's Photostream

    although i think that one was my favourite from that day

    it was the first time i've tried any kind of graveyard or spooky type shots & have to say i really lucked out with the light that day
    not bad for a little LX3
    wish i'd had the DSLR with me though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabot View Post
    it was near Compton in Surrey!

    flashearth link - Flash Earth - Zoom into satellite and aerial imagery of the Earth in Flash

    the crosshairs are approximately where i stood to take that shot

    i have a few more shots from that visit on my flickr - Flickr: sh0wtime's Photostream

    although i think that one was my favourite from that day

    it was the first time i've tried any kind of graveyard or spooky type shots & have to say i really lucked out with the light that day
    not bad for a little LX3
    wish i'd had the DSLR with me though!
    Such a fantastic shot. That place is really eerie looking. I don't think I'd want to be near that place at night.

    How old are those graves?

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    i'd have to go back & check. the building itself doesn't look to be very old but i could be mistaken.
    i'll see if i can turn up any info on the place but i do think its worth another visit

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabot View Post
    i'd have to go back & check. the building itself doesn't look to be very old but i could be mistaken.
    i'll see if i can turn up any info on the place but i do think its worth another visit
    Really perfect. That sky lent its self to a great mood, and you captured it really well.

    And don't knock the LX 3... those are some really capable cameras. A DSLR can't help with composition and imagination. Some of my best shots have been taken with my silly little Canon S3IS.

    Doug

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug b View Post
    Really perfect. That sky lent its self to a great mood, and you captured it really well.

    And don't knock the LX 3... those are some really capable cameras. A DSLR can't help with composition and imagination. Some of my best shots have been taken with my silly little Canon S3IS.

    Doug
    yeah i guess the best camera you can ever have is the one thats with you at the time

    i've been making an effort to have a camera with me at all times just in case i do see something worth shooting as somethings better than nothing
    the LX3 can get some great images but like any small sensored camera you only get good results if the light is right. throw in any kind of darkness or deep shadows & its hello noise!
    i was lucky it was so bright that day & i managed to keep detail in the shadows, i just ducked behind trees to keep the lens from flaring

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    Totally, I've had an LX3 and it's a great little camera for sure. I loved carrying mine around. I did kind of need the SLR more though so I had to sell mine. If I needed a backup carry around camera, I'd definitely get another LX3 or even an LX5. Great stuff.

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    Taken with my new Nikon 70-300mm VR AFS


    EDIT: For some reason the photo isn't showing up even though I can see the embedded link in my post, so here's a link to the image.
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