Yes Barry.i agree with you,for this very reason i am shifting to FZ-200,heard that @2.8 it works wonders,yet to explore.....studying the manual......after canon 500d,this one will take some time to get the hang .....the black and white of that FZ-200 box was clicked with the same camera......will be posting more and expect your valuable comments and suggestions.....regards vrinda
Barry - my image Warplane... I forgot to tell you what type of aircraft it is.. Beechcraft Expeditor also known as a Beech 18 and C45 Expeditor... many used by the RAF and Canadian Air Force. Built by Beech Aircraft, Wichita, Kansas, USA and I believe they started building them around 1939. Bob
Thanks for the interesting history, Barry. Best I can do is a great uncle in the Northumberland Fusiliers. The family has a certificate of service somewhere bearing the printed signature of the Secretary of State for War, Winston Churchill.
i have done waht you said and have posted them for you but also put both on together so you can see difference would very much appreciate your opinion thankyou for lovely comment on horizons i try but sometimes i want the clouds and the fore ground and then i don't worry about the rule of thirds it is a toss up if i like it i go for it and will not give either away I really appreciate you helping me in this thanks heaps
hello Barry hey thanks for that I sat here and was deciding which way to go i had more of the ocean and i cropped it off silly me I see what yu mean it was late when I did this as we had a power black out for 7 hours and i cropped off sky and had more ocean and then I changed it and cropped off the ocean a bit so I am really glad you gave that comment it will cemment in my mind now and i will do the other way and post for you and tell me if it is better please I am all for learning cheers Eva
PS been watching your photo slide above me you have some stunning photo's
Hi Barry and Happy new year to you too. Thanks - I had an interview at the Gunners' RHQ in Woolwich back when I was a lad but only visited once. The gun does remind me of the Tsar Cannon I saw at the Kremlin back in 2003 - now that was a whopper.
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