1. Kell

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    What did I do with my camera today?

    Made a tit of myself, that's what.

    Made the schoolboy error of grabbing my camera as I went out the door and not checking if the battery was charged.

    It wasn't.

    D'oh.
     
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  2. Mike.P

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    I went out the other day and first checked the battery was fully charged ... which it was.

    However the memory card was still in the reader from the day before ...... :(
     
  3. soupdragon

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    Thought about selling it and all my lenses to fund a better car.
     
  4. john.margetts

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    What is the point in going somewhere if you have no camera?
     
  5. GarryB56

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    Looked out the window, bright day, cleaned my lens.......still here. I need motivation.
     
  6. entoptika

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  7. v16ben

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    Like that, good capture of something different that won't be there for much longer!
     
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  8. mdjchat

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    Had a photography trip to Scarborough with a friend. Each of us getting through a couple of rolls of 35mm film.
     
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  9. v16ben

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    Bought a new tripod and a spare battery for the new G5X, so with all the new kit to play with, I've taken a few photos this afternoon.. using my phone!
     
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  10. ianmarsh

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    Got up at some ungodly hour to take this:

    [​IMG]Regent by Ian, on Flickr
     
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  11. -Oy-

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  12. entoptika

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    Lovely that. What time of the morning was it out of interest?
     
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  13. chuck

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    [​IMG]


    Purchased a new Tamron macro legacy lens, sadly it came with a tamrom to nikon adaptor then im using a nikon to Sony adaptor and the aperture blades dont seem to function as they should. Took it back to the shop today they guy seemed to have fixed it but once I got it home and started adjusting focus it started happening again. I'm not sure if I should purchase a tamron to sony adaptor, or whether I could get a refund an look for an alternative. I have a nikkor 50mm 1.4 which I picked up last week and am I'm absolutely loving.
     
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  14. Lensflare

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    I have learned how to set up the focus mode stuff so I actually get something in focus - I hope!
     
  15. ianmarsh

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    I got there just before 7am for a 7:10 sunrise (I think) and it was pretty quiet but by 8 it was full and the sky was too bright.
     
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  16. john.margetts

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    Looked for it! I have (or had!) a Panasonic TZ80 which has disappeared in the house somewhere. This is only a small house and the camera is here somewhere.
     
  17. kjrice88

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    Trying out reverse lens macro again.
    Got the ring stuck on my lens this time! off now thankfully....very keen to get a proper macro lens.
    [​IMG]Macro Web by Kirsty Rice, on Flickr
     
  18. newbie1

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    Got back from first night club shooting at 7am! When I left it was still going strong.... it was pretty challenging with the low light so experimented with flash and various modifiers and wide open. Best results were with flash bender off camera, wide open, or with small flash bracket. Couldn’t get good results with on camera flash.
     
  19. kjrice88

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    Took more macro shots yesterday and experimented with my new perspex sheet.
    Currently using the reverse lens technique for macro and struggling with no aperture control so i'm hoping to hire a sigma macro lens next week and see how I get on.

    [​IMG]Rose macro by Kirsty Rice, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Rose Reflection by Kirsty Rice, on Flickr
     
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  20. john.margetts

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    Shopping with Bestbeloved today so little scope for photography but managed a few shot of an excellent blues busker. Was supposed to be in the shop offering advice on a party outfit but my advice is always ignored so I wandered off.
     
  21. Tilz

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    Took a few shots of the ducks while out for a walk with the family. It was a little windy which made keeping still while shooting more challenging than normal though
     
  22. mdjchat

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    Had a walk up Mam Tor (Castleton) with my M2 and finished some Superia 200/ started some HP5+. Took my mate along and lent him my old dSLR.
     
  23. lemo

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    Some walking in nature and carried the camera. Shot some frames with the 1V HS on film too, but didn't finish the roll. These were done with the 5D III and the 70-200 f/4 attached.

    BER10424.jpg BER10437.jpg
     
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  24. Kell

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    Missed the opportunity to get a classic shot.

    I was out on a location scout a little while back when we stumbled across some amazing doors.

    We all stopped to take a shot with whatever we had. I had my 600d. My friend has just swapped systems, and had sold his old kit and was waiting for his new kit to arrive, so he took a shot with his iPhone. And the director we were with had a lovely M9 Leica. Which he left slung over his shoulder while he took a shot on his iPhone.

    If I'd been quicker I would have taken a picture of that.
     
  25. lemo

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    Fuji!

    (Don't feed the trolls!)
     
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  26. chuckles

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    Got a funny feeling you just did :p
     
  27. Cobra

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    It was a few posts to try and slip in a spam link un-moderated, epic fail on his part :D
     
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  28. razor777

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    Recovering from a near fatality when I realised how much Sony lenses cost compared to Nikon and Canon.
     
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  30. john.margetts

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    Went for a walk with Bestbeloved to Far Ings reserve at Barton-on-Humber. Left my long lens at home as the idea was to walk first and foremost. Saw so many birds and only had a 300 mm lens. Nice walk though.
     
  31. Professor1991

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    I'm quite ashamed to say that it's been almost two weeks since I last touch my camera. I have been with busy with family related matters despite me having time off work (Which is handy as I work during the best part of the day), I haven't really had much time for mt camera.

    I'm lucky that I have the following week off as well so I shall finally get round to visiting those locations I have scouted for long exposures of traffic. Personally, I find during the Winter months to be ideal because it's gets dark earlier which means I don't necessarily have to be out late and I hope to be getting good long exposures of traffic of the afternoon rush hour.
     
  32. johnf3f

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    Today? Nothing!
    Got some nice Bittern shots yesterday though:)
     
  33. LeeRatters

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    A day late but only just uploaded...... :)

    Went out for a Sunday morning walk :) Looking through my Flickr, that's the first non Car-related outing since holiday in August!!! I've never been one for new years resolutions & all that but this year we are definitely getting out & about a lot more!!!

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  34. ianmarsh

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    I took mine to a book shop:

    [​IMG]Daunts by Ian, on Flickr
     
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  35. john.margetts

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    Today, I photographed deer at Holkham Hall together with a jay. Photos still on camera card - too tired to sort them today.
     
  36. RazorHoof

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    Wanted to try out back-button focus, so did some menu diving to turn shutter-button half depress off, and switched to servo mode. Still getting used to it, but already I think this method is going to work much better for the way I shoot
     
  37. johnf3f

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    It took me quite a while to get used to BBF - but it was well worth it!
     
  38. entoptika

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  39. entoptika

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    Took my boy to see the Winter Lights at Canary Wharf. Finally photographed the Crossrail Tunnel.

    [​IMG]Crossrail Tunnel
    by James Evans, on Flickr
     
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