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Hi you'll

Thought I would take a short break from my post processing frenzy and post a few pics. The ability to capture a sequence like this is why I got the D2h.
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You're right Harry, the D2H is wonderful for just this sort of picture, and you've put it to excellent use.

I'm just now getting into processing. I feel like I have a mountain on my back. About 4,000 shots to go through. :?

Great series.
 
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Harry,
You have mastered the art of sequence shooting and storytelling!! Nice set!


PS did I tell you I realized I NEED the 28-70/2.8???
 
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Flew said:
You're right Harry, the D2H is wonderful for just this sort of picture, and you've put it to excellent use.

I'm just now getting into processing. I feel like I have a mountain on my back. About 4,000 shots to go through. :?

Great series.
Thank you Frank. I figured I would get a few flight shots in before you posted yours and set the bar too high. :D
 
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Harry -

This is a fantastic sequence! What did you shoot with? What 400 or combo? Were you shooting of a tripod and Wimberley or Sidekick, or handheld. I just couldn't react fast enough with my 200-400 on a full Wimberley. Next time I go handheld. Again, great work!

Gordon
 
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HarryB said:
Flew said:
You're right Harry, the D2H is wonderful for just this sort of picture, and you've put it to excellent use.

I'm just now getting into processing. I feel like I have a mountain on my back. About 4,000 shots to go through. :?

Great series.
Thank you Frank. I figured I would get a few flight shots in before you posted yours and set the bar too high. :D
Frank - take you time. The rest of us need to get some decent shots up before you blow us away!

Gordon
 
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Gordon Large said:
HarryB said:
Flew said:
You're right Harry, the D2H is wonderful for just this sort of picture, and you've put it to excellent use.

I'm just now getting into processing. I feel like I have a mountain on my back. About 4,000 shots to go through. :?

Great series.
Thank you Frank. I figured I would get a few flight shots in before you posted yours and set the bar too high. :D
Frank - take you time. The rest of us need to get some decent shots up before you blow us away!

Gordon
pssst...[Maybe if we can get him to agree to do Merritt Island III very soon, he won't have time to post process any of his from this trip.]..... :roll:
 
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Trish said:
Harry,


PS did I tell you I realized I NEED the 28-70/2.8???
Thanks Trish. Ah. lens lust, so sad. :lol: Actually we all need the 28-70.
Now we just have to convince our respected spouses of that.
 
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Gordon Large said:
Harry -

This is a fantastic sequence! What did you shoot with? What 400 or combo? Were you shooting of a tripod and Wimberley or Sidekick, or handheld. I just couldn't react fast enough with my 200-400 on a full Wimberley. Next time I go handheld. Again, great work!

Gordon
Thanks Gordon. I shot the sequence woth my 80-400VR lens. I shot it handheld because my tripod set-up isn't good for flight shots.
 
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