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PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2010 4:44 am 
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This is my first shoot with the 18-200mm VRII lens and I love the versatility of it. All shots were aperture priority f7.1, ISO 800 and + 0.3 EV, CC appreciated.

It was run last Sunday and I was at the 20 kilometre point where I thought I could capture the beginning of stress and pain on the runners, The first one was shot at 12 kilometres. Male runners from Kenya took out the first three positions and the first three female were Japanese, around 3,000 Japanese come down each year for this race.

1 @ 90mm, 1/800s
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2 @ 200mm, 1/800s
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3 @ 70mm, 1/800s
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4 @ 95mm, 1/1600s
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5 @ 130mm, 1/1000s
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6 @ 200mm, 1/640s
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7 @ 95mm, 1/1000s
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8 @ 112mm, 1/1250s
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9 @ 200mm, 1/640
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10 Female Winner @ 200mm, 1/800s
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11 Female Third @ 200mm, 1/1250s
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12 @ 95mm, 1/100s
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13 @ 75mm, 1/800s
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14 @ 170mm, 1/1250s
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15 @ 200mm, 1/800s
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Magnificent. 4xxxx! Though I still would rather tell a race story in the horizontal format, most of your vertical character shots tell wonderful stories. Images 4, 5, 6 7 and the very last one are just priceless. Well seen!

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 8:53 am 
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Thanks Brian, we all see things from different eyes.

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