One Spot, Three Shots

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  1. tempra

    tempra TPF Noob!

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    All of these shots were taken from the same spot, I simply turned 90 degrees for each one.

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    lostprophet No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like all 3 of those, but the 2nd is the best. hows the new lens?
     
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    tempra TPF Noob!

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    It was a bit of a shock when I tried to pick it up, but I spent a couple of days pumping iron and managed to get out with it yesterday using my newly reformed biceps :D

    It's great - the IS really helps as I do have a bit of a natural tremor, and the bokeh is fantastic along with the usual contrast / sharpness that I had with the f4.

    Time to start saving for my next toy ;)
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    "What a difference 90 degrees make!!!
    Only three different angles!"

    Oh, how I like the middle one - and I want to go on such kind of boating holiday one day, too! In your very country!

    New lens?
    One you need to reform your biceps for?
    Tell me about it!!!!!!
     
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    The first one is my fav.. I like animals :D
     
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    Yeah, don't know why I didn't take the fourth angle, but it would have been back up the canal and similar to the second one.

    It's a 70-200 f2.8L IS, weighs about three times as much as the F4 version and takes a bit of getting used to! Might have to get a corset to stop my kidneys from popping out :mrgreen:

    Glad you like the photos!
     
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    Cheers deggimatt!
     

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