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That Vulcan taking off was extreeeeemly loud damn they said to cover your ears but I was at the top end of the runway and it ROOOOARED off the tarmac like an F1 Mclaren which is great shape for such an old bird.

 

The buisness end of a Vulcan neuclear weapons platform

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Yeah The Vulcan was definitely very cool. I too was surprised when you realise how old it is. First time going, I work nearby and heard the planes last time :P 

 

What did you use to take those pictures? 

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Very nice image Pixel its certainly very scenic round there.

I used a cannon 700D with a 70-300 F4 zoom, images are not as crisp as Id like but I dont have ?300 or more to spend on a higher spec lens

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Very scenic pictures. I guy that I work with went to Devon at the weekend and showed my the pictures that he took. The changes in the scenery in the UK are just amazing. 

 

Ah cool, once I get better at taking pictures I need to invest in a proper camera and move away from my point and shoot. 

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Very nice image Pixel its certainly very scenic round there.

I used a cannon 700D with a 70-300 F4 zoom, images are not as crisp as Id like but I dont have ?300 or more to spend on a higher spec lens

 

Very scenic pictures. I guy that I work with went to Devon at the weekend and showed my the pictures that he took. The changes in the scenery in the UK are just amazing. 

 

Ah cool, once I get better at taking pictures I need to invest in a proper camera and move away from my point and shoot. 

 

These are from a Fuji X10 which you can pick up for about ?100.

 

Maybe one day I will own a big boy camera :)

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These are from a Fuji X10 which you can pick up for about ?100.

 

Maybe one day I will own a big boy camera :)

Most of what he writes is garbage and appears to be extremely canon biased in his reviews (nothing nikon ever makes is as good as canons) however, he does have some good articles to read here and there:

 

http://www.kenrockwell.com/tech/notcamera.htm

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I need to find some cool locations outside of parks to take pictures. 

 

Also, any news of another photography competition?

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Took this one yesterday morning at about 3am.

Came out okay, was practicing with shutter speed, iso, and all that good stuff.

I did post tweak the colors (the lights you see give off a green glow which shows up bad in long shutter times.)

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Took this one yesterday morning at about 3am.

Came out okay, was practicing with shutter speed, iso, and all that good stuff.

I did post tweak the colors (the lights you see give off a green glow which shows up bad in long shutter times.)

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Is it just me, I can't view the image.

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Is it just me, I can't view the image.

 

Just you dude ;)

 

I've had this problem before there's something up with the Neowin uploader where the pic is visible sometimes and not others.

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Took this one yesterday morning at about 3am.

Came out okay, was practicing with shutter speed, iso, and all that good stuff.

I did post tweak the colors (the lights you see give off a green glow which shows up bad in long shutter times.)

AiH.jpg

Nice shot! You have a "classic" horror film look going on there!

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dude amazing!!!

YOu should write an article and we should ask to get it on teh front page! Amazing photo with a smartphone!

Heh. Thank you! If you guys would like, I could look into posting a few pointers.

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