Wandering around Budapest without a tripod...

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Some from Budapest with the Pentax 645Z and the new DFA 35 f/3.5

because I was walking around with a view to going to dinner after, unlike this artist, I didn't have my tripod, so all of these are without tripod, though the last two I put the camera on the floor and set the timer...

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The Artist in Budapest copy by singingsnapper, on Flickr

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Evening in Budapest-2 copy by singingsnapper, on Flickr

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BW Evening in Budapest-2 copy by singingsnapper, on Flickr

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Evening in Budapest-3 copy by singingsnapper, on Flickr
 
nice shots. i really like the last one
 
I'm drawn to number 3 in the original post!
What an adventure you must be on!
 
Great shots.
 
Some from Budapest with the Pentax 645Z and the new DFA 35 f/3.5

because I was walking around with a view to going to dinner after, unlike this artist, I didn't have my tripod, so all of these are without tripod, though the last two I put the camera on the floor and set the timer...

1.

The Artist in Budapest copy by singingsnapper, on Flickr

[Noob Question here:]How did you keep this in focus without a tripod, and with a 1/6 shutter speed? Just holding the camera really still?
 
Some from Budapest with the Pentax 645Z and the new DFA 35 f/3.5

[Noob Question here:]How did you keep this in focus without a tripod, and with a 1/6 shutter speed? Just holding the camera really still?

I have very steady hands, and good handholding technique of keeping my elbows in against my side. You have to think like a weight training athlete too to keep your breath in check, or the walls of your chest will cause movement...
 
Some from Budapest with the Pentax 645Z and the new DFA 35 f/3.5

[Noob Question here:]How did you keep this in focus without a tripod, and with a 1/6 shutter speed? Just holding the camera really still?

I have very steady hands, and good handholding technique of keeping my elbows in against my side. You have to think like a weight training athlete too to keep your breath in check, or the walls of your chest will cause movement...

Wow, well then well done! Looks like I got some practicing to do.
 

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