Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2005/02/09

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Subject: [Leica] Blois images.. pics from France
From: r.s.taylor at (Richard S. Taylor)
Date: Wed Feb 9 12:51:19 2005
References: <002201c50ee2$0ffaf570$6501a8c0@amilo6820>

I'll take #2 as my favorite because it's darker, 
more dramatic and has the sun partially hidden by 
the trees, but all the sunset shots are really 
nice.  You must be far steadier than I am with 
such a long lens.

For the shot of the bridge, I'm not sure what you 
want the viewer to look at:  the castle, the 
bridge, the traffic?  Maybe it's just my 
reaction, but I'd like a more specific sense of 
what the photographer found so interesting in the 

Thanks for the look at them.

>I was driving over the bridge passing through 
>Blois on my way back to Orl?ans when I spotted 
>the sun sinking below the tree line.
>Where's my tripod when I need it!!!!!  They 
>aren't the most sharp images but they seem to 
>have a certain charm in my mind.
>Canon EOS 75-300mm consumer zoom set on 300mm 
>and if you want to know it was 1/20th second 
>f5.6 Fuji 400 print with my elbows
>firmly planted on top of the bridge. These five 
>were sort of sharp. the other five weren't!
>Criticise away mes amis.
>Regards jeff the kiwi
>Leica Users Group.
>See for more information


Boston MA

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