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PostPosted: Fri Apr 29, 2011 5:48 pm 
Taken on royal wedding day with a brand new Tamron SP 70-300 mm f/4-5.6 Di VC USD. Comments welcome.

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Shutter; 1/180
Aperture; F5.6
ISO; 200
Focal Length; 300mm

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Shutter; 1/1000
Aperture; F4
ISO; 200
Focal Length; 70mm

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Shutter; 1/750
Aperture; F5.6
ISO; 100
Focal Length; 300mm


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PostPosted: Tue May 10, 2011 7:47 pm 
Images are a straight conversion from RAW to JPEG in Adobe Lightroom 3, I've only done a bit of cropping. All images taken on EOS 500D in aperture priority and AI servo mode.

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Shutter; 1/800
Aperture; F6.3
ISO; 200
Focal Length; 81mm
Exposure Bias; -0.7

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Shutter; 1/500
Aperture; F5.6
ISO; 400
Focal Length; 81mm
Exposure Bias; -0.7

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Shutter; 1/400
Aperture; F4
ISO; 200
Focal Length; 70mm
Exposure Bias; 0


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PostPosted: Tue May 17, 2011 11:59 am 
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love the brid pic. :)
for racing if u can make a some motion blu by panning ur DLSR.
it would show more speed. :)

over all nice, photo.

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PostPosted: Tue May 17, 2011 12:17 pm 
hi KSK, I think I've got some somewhere - it was the first time I did panning, and it's not all that easy!

Because you still want the sharp subject but without a sharp background I went for 1/30 on the shutter in shutter priority and AI servo mode.

It's a pig getting the bikes sharp, but a great learning experience as I discovered that following the bike through the viewfinder, making sure I used a manual AF point selection of "1" point - the point which I tracked the bike with, then it makes life a little easier. I took just under 600 images on the day and scrapped about 450!

My panning shots were mostly with the kit lens so I won't put them up here.

This is a chance attempt at panning with the Tamron - it was never going to blur much at 1/500!

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Shutter; 1/500
Aperture; F7.1
ISO; 400
Focal Length; 70mm
Exposure Bias; -0.7


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 18, 2011 4:38 pm 
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Here are some sample shots with the Tamron 70-300 on my Canon T2i/550D. First set is a series of a telephone pole at about 45-meters away:

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Av 70mm f/10 iso100 by sherpa1d, on Flickr

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Av 100mm f/10 iso100 by sherpa1d, on Flickr

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Av 135mm f/10 iso100 by sherpa1d, on Flickr

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Av 200mm f/10 iso100 by sherpa1d, on Flickr

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Av 300mm f/10 iso100 by sherpa1d, on Flickr

This i'm super happy about, an A-10 over Tucson. 1st is the crop 2nd is the original. That is a power line in the shot, no PP beside crop
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A10 Over Tucson AZ by sherpa1d, on Flickr

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Av 300mm 1/250sec f/6.3 iso200 by sherpa1d, on Flickr

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 6:28 pm 
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Here is a photo I took recently at my local zoo after picking up the lens.

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Sacramento Zoo 036 by Dadude122, on Flickr

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Jaguar grooming by Dadude122, on Flickr

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