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Stormy Portrush (Terrible Images!)

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« on: January 12, 2009, 05:45:20 pm »

John, thank you very much for that very helpful post!. I found your words to be extremely encouraging so thanks for the online kick in the rear...my chin is now up  Smiley. You have always been more than helpful with your advice on cameras, gear, and on the art of photography itself. Cheers!

Thanks for the link. I could cetainly do with those as well as a more sturdy tripod. The one I was using that day behaved more like a kite. I had to grab hold of it do stop both the tripod and camera blowing onto the tarmac.

The last shot was at 300mm F/5 at 1/40th sec exposure at ISO800...so the lens is too slow at that focal length. I'm going to have to get myself a DSLR and a series of lenses.

Thanks for the help!
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