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dom
9/06/2008
6:59:22 PM
In other news those are some good photos.

How did you get the droplet shots?

Mike
10/06/2008
2:07:20 PM
A kitchen sink, a macro lens and about 100 missed shots later I got those shown

Dom
10/06/2008
5:03:03 PM
and where did you find that broken down truck shot?

billk
10/06/2008
5:18:05 PM
On 10/06/2008 Dom wrote:
>and where did you find that broken down truck shot?

Seldom has a broken down truck looked so lovely. You should go to Tallarook some time and photograph all the car wrecks at the bottom of the Stolen Car Descent Route.

..::- Chris -::..
11/06/2008
12:41:05 PM
This may have been covered in another thread or it maybe a "trade secret" but what camera / equipment are you using ? All the shots are fantastic.....

Awesome work,
Cheers
Chris.

Richard
11/06/2008
1:15:49 PM
On 10/06/2008 Mike wrote:
>A kitchen sink, a macro lens and about 100 missed shots later I got those
>shown

thank god for digital cameras... that hotham shot is brilliant ... how many times have you gone up there (or somewhere else) and the weather has not co-operated ?? (and I don't mean to imply it just relies on "being there" and anyone who happend to be there would get a shot as good as that...)

Mike
12/06/2008
1:18:30 PM
On 11/06/2008 ..::- Chris -::.. wrote:
>This may have been covered in another thread or it maybe a "trade secret"
>but what camera / equipment are you using ? All the shots are fantastic.....

Thanks. I'm using a Canon 5D with Canon Lenses: 24-105 F4L, 16-35 F2.8L, 100 F2.8 Macro with the usual bits a pieces (flash, remote release, etc) when required.

On 11/06/2008 Richard wrote:
>thank god for digital cameras... that hotham shot is brilliant ... how
>many times have you gone up there (or somewhere else) and the weather has
>not co-operated ??

Sometimes you travel days, hike miles and get nothing or at least nothing with interesting light even after returning on several days. At other times you stumble across something amazing purely by chance - its all part of the game and makes it all the more fun.
rod
12/06/2008
4:42:04 PM
great shots again mike.

recently received a nikon d-40x as a gift, not overly enamoured with it

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