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Another view of Birchington Church with cheerful sky.

 

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D800E

AF-s 24-85@ 24mm

1/2500

f8

ISO 1000



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Model: NIKON D7200
Lens: AF Nikkor 85/1.8 D
Lens (mm): 85
ISO: 898
Aperture: 7.1
Shutter: 1/125
Exp. Comp.: -0.7



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Who doesn't like a dragon in a shop window?

This, from a junk / curio / antique shop window this evening in Westgate.

 

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D800E

24-85@ 75mm

1/60

F4.5

ISO 4000

EV -1.7



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Model: NIKON Z 6_2
Lens: Z Nikkor 24-70/4 S
Lens (mm): 30
ISO: 2390
Aperture: 7.1
Shutter: 1/30
Exp. Comp.: -1.7



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Not sure what this area of Birchington is called - there isn't any identification on maps I've looked at.

I'll call it remembrance green, as it's where the poppies are placed and also four chairs carved with 'Queen Elizabeth II platinum jubilee 2022'.

 

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ISO 1000

 

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D800E & AF-s 24-85 @ 24mm

1/1600

f8

ISO 1000

 



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Not much free time today, so just the moon rise at the end of my garden above the trees.

The net that can be seen is to stop golf balls!

 

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24-85 @ 46mm

1/1600

f6.3

ISO 640

 



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Model: NIKON Z 6_2
Lens: Z Nikkor 24-70/4 S
Lens (mm): 24
ISO: 336
Aperture: 7.1
Shutter: 1/25
Exp. Comp.: -1.0

 

... and the recipe for the monochrome conversion in SEP.

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Model: NIKON Z 6_2
Lens: Z Nikkor 24-70/4 S
Lens (mm): 24
ISO: 336
Aperture: 7.1
Shutter: 1/25
Exp. Comp.: -1.0

 

... and the recipe for the monochrome conversion in SEP.

 

 

 

Your Coop is much grander than any over here. They're mostly in small 'local' shops.



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Stop pointing that camera at me:

 

 

 

 

D800E

AF-s 24-85 @ 78mm

1/60

f4.5

ISO 2000

EV -0.7

 

 

 

 

D800E

AF-s 24-85 @ 66mm

1/160

f4.5

ISO 2000

EV -1.3


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A very old fashioned department store in an ultramodern building. Åhlens started out as a mail-order company in 1899...

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Model: NIKON Z 6_2
Lens: Z Nikkor 24-70/4 S
Lens (mm): 51
ISO: 3590
Aperture: 7.1
Shutter: 1/50
Exp. Comp.: -0.7



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Stop pointing that camera at me:

I don't know how things are on your side of the pond, but over here in the states, you sometimes have to be very careful where you point your camera. And, while this used to pertain mainly to professional looking cameras such as your D800E, it no long seems to matter what you use. Even smart phones ... and perhaps especially phones now that they're especially ubiquitous.

 

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I don't know how things are on your side of the pond, but over here in the states, you sometimes have to be very careful where you point your camera. And, while this used to pertain mainly to professional looking cameras such as your D800E, it no long seems to matter what you use. Even smart phones ... and perhaps especially phones now that they're especially ubiquitous.

 

--Ron

Here in Sweden, it is easier to be a fly on the wall with a retro camera with smallish lenses. My Zfc works well for street work with the 24/2.8 or the 35/2. So does the D-lux 7. I think that people react less to these than the iPotato…


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Well, it helps I think, to looks as touristy as possible. So cameras such as your Zfc and D-lux 7 probably don't seem quite as intimidating as a prosumer level DSLR or mirrorless. But people can be funny about this stuff over here.

 

--Ron



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Well, it helps I think, to looks as touristy as possible. So cameras such as your Zfc and D-lux 7 probably don't seem quite as intimidating as a prosumer level DSLR or mirrorless. But people can be funny about this stuff over here.

 

--Ron

Ron_ Peter, yes some people are 'funny' about this sort of thing!

Here in good old 'blighty', it's completely within the law to point a camera at anyone if said camera is on public land.

 

Unfortunately, in Spain the position is rather different.

It's outside the law - even in public spaces. Tourist be warned!

I posted a picture of some street cleaners hosing down the road, whilst we were in Benidorm.

After I leaned of my legal error, I withdrew it.

 

As a point of order, the moment I pressed the shutter button on the two images above, the ladies looked in my direction - they were not intended to be the subject of the picture.

I showed both snaps to my wife & she laughed.

Mission justified - even if I only went to the shops to get some garlic for my wife's tray-bake.. 



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Ron_ Peter, yes some people are 'funny' about this sort of thing!

Here in good old 'blighty', it's completely within the law to point a camera at anyone if said camera is on public land.

 

Unfortunately, in Spain the position is rather different.

It's outside the law - even in public spaces. Tourist be warned!

I posted a picture of some street cleaners hosing down the road, whilst we were in Benidorm.

After I leaned of my legal error, I withdrew it.

 

As a point of order, the moment I pressed the shutter button on the two images above, the ladies looked in my direction - they were not intended to be the subject of the picture.

I showed both snaps to my wife & she laughed.

Mission justified - even if I only went to the shops to get some garlic for my wife's tray-bake.. 

It's also legal to photograph people in most public places here in the USA. When you're in public you generally should have no expectation of privacy. Unfortunately, there are many people in this country who have a skewed understanding of their rights under the Constitution. And, also unfortunately, there are more than a few people in law enforcement who share this skewed understanding. Not all of them, but enough of them to ruin a photographer's day if they want to.

 

I did not know about Spain. Lemmy cross that country off my bucket list.

 

I think it helps to have a friendly, non-threatening attitude.  That said, if someone genuinely has a problem with being photographed, I'll more than likely respect their wishes. Of course if they happen to be standing in front of the Mother Ship when it lands, all bets are off.

 

--Ron



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It's also legal to photograph people in most public places here in the USA. When you're in public you generally should have no expectation of privacy. Unfortunately, there are many people in this country who have a skewed understanding of their rights under the Constitution. And, also unfortunately, there are more than a few people in law enforcement who share this skewed understanding. Not all of them, but enough of them to ruin a photographer's day if they want to.

 

I did not know about Spain. Lemmy cross that country off my bucket list.

 

I think it helps to have a friendly, non-threatening attitude.  That said, if someone genuinely has a problem with being photographed, I'll more than likely respect their wishes. Of course if they happen to be standing in front of the Mother Ship when it lands, all bets are off.

 

--Ron

 

All points noted Ron.



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Today's photo was shot about 8 minutes before sunset, so the light had a warm tone.

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Model: NIKON Z 6_2
Lens: Z Nikkor 24-70/4 S
Lens (mm): 51
ISO: 356
Aperture: 7.1
Shutter: 1/50
Exp. Comp.: -1.0



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Weather - overcast.

Location - Tunbridge Wells Hospital.

 

This chapel is in the grounds of the hospital, but looks disused.

D800E & AF-s 24-85mm

 

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1/1000

f4.5

ISO 1000

EV -0.3

 

 

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85mm

1/2500

f4.5

ISO 1000

EV -0.7

 

 



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Model: NIKON Z 6_2
Lens: Z Nikkor 24-70/4 S
Lens (mm): 34
ISO: 19100
Aperture: 9
Shutter: 1/40
Exp. Comp.: -1.3



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Another 'old' favourite - this afternoon at St Mildred's Bay:

 

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D800E

AF-s 24-85 @ 24mm

1/1250

f/8

ISO 800