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  • In Wildlife Photography you need to get the eyes in focus

    So I presume that applies to metal beasts and mythical figures....

    I went to the Tredegar Vintage & Specialist Card Show today and it was wonderful!

    A vast array of vehicles on show and plenty of enthusiasts to talk to (even found someone who may respray our mini cooper)

    On the photographic side there were so many people and so many cars around that all of the wider shots I took just looked busy so I put the 11-22 away and put my 50mm macro on and took a closer look

    The quiz for the petrol heads on the forum is what are the 2 non-obvious figures...

    C&C on the pictures is of course welcome











    Regards
    Andy
    My Kit (OK I'm a hoarder...)
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    Re: In Wildlife Photography you need to get the eyes in focus

    1) Is the leaping cat of a jaguar, 2) Is a silver lady on a rolls royce, & 3 & 4 have no idea what so ever

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    • #3
      Re: In Wildlife Photography you need to get the eyes in focus

      Hi Andy,

      Don't have a clue about the last two, but I like the Jaguar leapers, especially no. 2. Such a shame they can't be on modern Jags.

      Amanda
      https://amandat.smugmug.com

      https://www.flickr.com/photos/ajthrelfall/

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        Re: In Wildlife Photography you need to get the eyes in focus

        Originally posted by EH1 View Post
        1) Is the leaping cat of a jaguar, 2) Is a silver lady on a rolls royce, & 3 & 4 have no idea what so ever
        That was the hard bit ... I'll wait a while see if anone else has an Idea before I put you out of your misery

        Regards
        Andy
        My Kit (OK I'm a hoarder...)
        4/3 E500, E510, E30 + 35macro, 50macro, 7-14, 11-22, 14-45 (x2), 14-54, 40-150 (both types), 50-200, 70-300, 50-500,
        m 4/3 EM1MkII + 60 macro, 12-100 Pro
        FL20, FL36 x2 , FL50, cactus slaves etc.
        The Boss (Mrs Shenstone) E620, EM10-II, 14-41Ez, 40-150R, 9 cap and whatever she can nick from me when she wants it

        My places
        http://www.shenstone.me.uk
        http://landroverkaty.blogspot.com/
        https://vimeo.com/shenstone
        http://cardiffnaturalists.org.uk/

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          Re: In Wildlife Photography you need to get the eyes in focus

          Number 4 is a Desmo cat that was fitted to some jaguars, it was known as "the scolded cat" and was an unofficail mascot that was not sanctioned by Jaguar.

          I think?

          Is the bird off a Riley?

          Excellent pictures though! Looked like an interesting selection of vehicles there.

          Tim
          Thanks
          Tim

          http://www.flickr.com/photos/33153464@N07/

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            Re: In Wildlife Photography you need to get the eyes in focus

            Originally posted by timmypreston View Post
            Number 4 is a Desmo cat that was fitted to some jaguars, it was known as "the scolded cat" and was an unofficail mascot that was not sanctioned by Jaguar.

            I think?

            Is the bird off a Riley?

            Excellent pictures though! Looked like an interesting selection of vehicles there.

            Tim
            50 % ... I agree with the 1st, although the car said it was a Panther not a Jaguar I was pleased to see one. I've not seen one before in person

            The second was actually an Austin

            Regards
            Andy
            My Kit (OK I'm a hoarder...)
            4/3 E500, E510, E30 + 35macro, 50macro, 7-14, 11-22, 14-45 (x2), 14-54, 40-150 (both types), 50-200, 70-300, 50-500,
            m 4/3 EM1MkII + 60 macro, 12-100 Pro
            FL20, FL36 x2 , FL50, cactus slaves etc.
            The Boss (Mrs Shenstone) E620, EM10-II, 14-41Ez, 40-150R, 9 cap and whatever she can nick from me when she wants it

            My places
            http://www.shenstone.me.uk
            http://landroverkaty.blogspot.com/
            https://vimeo.com/shenstone
            http://cardiffnaturalists.org.uk/

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            • #7
              Re: In Wildlife Photography you need to get the eyes in focus

              Well you learn something new every day!

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