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EHAM 06-01-2008 phototopic

Post by bigfoot »

Really nice weather for a short visit.

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10. Bridge club?
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Post by LifelinerOne »

Great pictures! You gotta love sunny winter weather!

Cheers! :wave:
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EHAM 060108 pictures

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Victor,

Pictures are fabulous again, as usual :wink:
All taken with your 'new' Sigma 135-400 :?:
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Re: EHAM 060108 pictures

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MAS017 wrote:Victor,

Pictures are fabulous again, as usual :wink:
All taken with your 'new' Sigma 135-400 :?:
Indeed, it just begging for "sun"days like today :D
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Post by Redskin »

Nice pictures, only one small comment, your sensor needs cleaning
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Post by pjgross »

And an extra one of today's ABC-trio:

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Redskin wrote:Nice pictures, only one small comment, your sensor needs cleaning
i know :(
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Post by Thermal »

Few from me

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I like the shadow of the vortex over the wing on the fuselage on this one
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We got photographed too
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With First Officers and Auto Pilots, a Captain these days has not much work to do anymore. So what can you do during take off?? Exactly....wave :wink:
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Post by Borobudur »

pjgross wrote:And an extra one of today's ABC-trio:

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Paul
Nice catch especially the background 8) Only one question: Why did you use F5.6?
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Borubudur, It was 5.6 because I wanted 1/800 and this was because I used my fixed 300mm 4.0. With my EOS-30 and EOS-20 this means 420 mm.
I had this lens calibrated recently and wanted to be sure that there was no unsharp from shake or motion, to check if the lens focussed well. It did. Despite the 5.6 depth is acceptable I think.
Groets,
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Post by Sky »

Hai,

Anybody stood at the polderbaan at aprox. 10:30? I was in the PH-BQP from SFO.

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Post by jermo »

Hello

Just one!
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I love these special colours!
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