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Long Lens Discipline


This morning's solo bush drive, Warby Range, NE Victoria.
Foolishly decided to give the fisheye a rest and take only the 40-150mm.
Good discipline I said to myself until realising the lens was just way too wide for the job.
Thus there was no alternative but to resort to the phone, - I won't repeat the invectives!



Idyllic conditions, big blue sky, sunny and warm. A mob of kangaroos by the water hole bounded away before I could grab the camera


Primal Grass Trees stood silently aware of my presence.
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Re: Long Lens Discipline

A landscape that could only be Oz Mark, lovely to see. Shame about the roos.
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Re: Long Lens Discipline

[IThus there was no alternative but to resort to the phone, - I won't repeat the invectives! ][/I]

Mmm - is it an age thing I wonder.

Like the pix very much - thanks.

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A landscape that could only be Oz Mark, lovely to see. Shame about the roos.
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[IThus there was no alternative but to resort to the phone, - I won't repeat the invectives! ][/I]
Mmm - is it an age thing I wonder.
Like the pix very much - thanks.
Thanks Phill and Barrie. Can't claim a senior's concession; it was decision rather than oversight to take only the long lens, as for the last few shoots I've used the fisheye exclusively.
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Re: Long Lens Discipline

3 fantastic landscapes Mark. I like them.
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Re: Long Lens Discipline

We saw what you said, but we knew what you meant.
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3 fantastic landscapes Mark. I like them.
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We saw what you said, but we knew what you meant.
The intelligence of the masses is small, they must be told a thousand times

(especially with regard to lens collars, I might add)
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The intelligence of the masses is small, they must be told a thousand times

(especially with regard to lens collars, I might add)
You must have some incredible tele on the mobile!
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Re: Long Lens Discipline

I was referring to guys who put a lens collar on back to front and can't get it to lock.
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Re: Long Lens Discipline

I was referring to your original post, but I'm just a pedant!
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