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Your best photo of the week ending April 7 2024


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Merco_61

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Sometime before midnight (whatever time zone you are in) this Sunday, April 7 2024, 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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Waterloo Tower - a folly in Quex Park, Birchington.

This was commissioned by John Powell circa 1819.

 

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D7200

AF-s 24-120 G @120mm (180 FF)

1/2000

f 8

ISO 800



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53630079055_ef50ddf207_b.jpgBegonia semperflorens cultorum by Guadalupe Cruz, on Flickr

 

Nikon D5
ƒ/4.0 * Surely it was more always the EXIF says f/4. About f/11 or f/13 or f/16.
120mm
1/320
50 ISO


Medical-Nikkor 120mm f/4 IF
NIKKOR - The Thousand and One Nights No.69 | NIKKOR - The Thousand and One Nights | Nikon Consumer

Location :Barcelona, Parque de la Ciutadella.
Parc de Ciutadella | Barcelona website

Note : I used flash SB-29 mode M

Configuration NON-CPU lens don't permit 120mm, I think it's the only one and nobody figured someone will use it again, so I configured as 135mm f/4.

SB-29 its old flash don't transmit any info to the camera EXIF when it's used in mode M or 1/4.
 



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This was taken with my Z7ii and 7artisans 10mm f2.8 fisheye.

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Model: NIKON Z 6_2
Lens: Super Takumar 135/3.5
Lens (mm): 135
ISO: 112
Aperture: 3.5
Shutter: 1/250
Exp. Comp.: -0.7



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There have been a couple that I liked, this week, but I’ve got to pick one and I’ll choose this one…

 

Canon EOS 7D & EF200mm f/2.8L ii USM

1/2000 @ f/3.2

ISO 500

-1.3EV

 

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Laughing Gull in Miami - 04/06/2024.  Part of a scene - sports burst.  The camera chose the settings, as I always use these automatic modes:
 

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Model COOLPIX P1000
ISO 140
Focal length 234 mm
35mm focal length 1300
Flash did not fire
f-stop f/8.0
Shutter speed 1/500 sec

This is the original uncropped pic with no post-processing.
 

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