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Your best photo of the week ending July 3 2022


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Merco_61

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Sometime before midnight (whatever time zone you are in) this Sunday, July 3 2022, post the best photo you have taken this week.
Any subject, any style and any equipment—just give us your best shot.
If you can, list your EXIF info and any special lighting setups you may have used.



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going out to shoot the pride game tonight if no rain got my tickets for it. will have 28-75mm being test out and 120-300mm. but get the 70-200mm with me just incase i need. good thing found good way to lock the e-bicycle up and found out can not take battery too unless have key for it. no monopod to day since do not need it. first will use nikon Z 28-75mm to test out at game. since do not need to unlock battery to take with me. since will be locked to bike since can not take off unless you unlock it. the really good lock be hooked to bike before i leave since weight of it to heavy weight the most out of all my camera gear. so will get field test of lens today for 120-300mm and 28-75mm.



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this just jpg file will post raw file to jpg later 

 

if at right spot and right time can get all in focus with the ball in focus too. last photo which so be last in run where only ball in focus only. will not use my gen 1 70-200mm any more will be hand holding the 10lb camera setup from now on. since feels like i am holding my phantom paintball gun that stick feed and have to point gun down to cock it back to load ball in to chamber. enjoy pride game on 6-28-22 will post more here and flickr account. here the link to my flickr account so you can share with people that do not have facebook. i own all rights to any photo if want photo made i need to get college okay it. and pride its okay.

 

chris dellinger’s albums | Flickr290336264_10220925713122273_704723098565

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Looks like you're getting professional with these images.



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Looks like you're getting professional with these images.

i need to take laptop in and get good cleaning since dirty on inside and move 256gb ssd it came with to 1tb ssd need to be add to laptop. since not enough room from one it came with. not sure why if gaming laptop when only had 256gb ssd.



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A Rose By Any Other Name...

 

Lens: SMC PENTAX-FA 1:4.5~5.6 80~320MM LENS Camera: Pentax K-7 Photo Location: Neighborhood ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/500s Aperture: F5.6.

 

Manual Exposure Mode with Spot Metering.  Plse view large.  Thnx.  :)

Thanks very much for viewing. smile.png

 

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Distant view of Shivering Sands against the sunset.

This was the last army sea fort to be installed in 1943 near the Thames estuary. 

It now rusts in silence, too decayed to be of any practical use.

Once the transmission base of Radio Sutch, a pirate radio station run by Screaming Lord Sutch in 1964.

 

 

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D800E

AF 300mm G

1/500

f8

ISO 100



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We put mother's ashes to rest on Monday.

 

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Model: NIKON Z fc

Lens: Nikon Z DX 16-50
Lens (mm): 48
ISO: 100
Aperture: 7.1
Shutter: 1/15
Exp. Comp.: +0.3



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Went to a July 4th weekend car show this morning...many interesting vehicles. One fellow had brought a 1954 Mercury that is in his words "under construction". A quick look inside revealed a floor mounted gear shift (4 speed) so he clearly isn't restoring it to original condition. What caught my eye, though, were all the cues that reminded me that I'm old...an AM radio, roll up windows, a horn ring and a "suicide knob" on the steering wheel, an analog clock in the dash, a Betty Boob figurine, and a total lack of any safety restraints.  :P

 

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2022-07-03 10:58:54

D7500 & Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC
1/100 sec, f/9, ISO 180, 0 EV, 28 mm (35mm Equivalent: 42 mm)
 



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Pete, great sun-set!  Love the oranges!

 

Bluzman, Love the old cars, loads of memories there, I can almost smell them!

 

Those, ''suicide'' knobs were originally for WWII Vets who had lost an arm in the war, (not with an ''8ball'' design of course, but those knobs enabled many Vets to drive after the war who otherwise wouldn't have been able to).  No seat belts, no air bags, steel dash...we died like men!

 

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1/640  f2.8  M200

 

''Trucki'n''

 

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Sorry to hear about your mother Peter...It is a difficult thing to deal with...