Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/09/02

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Subject: [Leica] What I did last night
From: don.dory at (Don Dory)
Date: Sat Sep 2 05:41:55 2006
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Like Hoppy said, you have captured the spirit of the installation.  Some
real joy unlike the face of the minister at my old church when the
congregation voted to switch to the Anglican branch of the family.


On 9/1/06, <> wrote:
> Our parish church has had an interim Rector  (Pastor) for a couple years.
> We recently found someone who seems a  good fit for this small town, and
> last
> night we "installed the rector"
> Kinda hard to shoot in a documentary sense, because you cannot use  flash,
> (not that I would) and it is all ceremony, and I did not want to
> intrude  on
> that.  Anyhow, here is my edit.
> Shot with a Pentax  K100d, mostly with a 28mm and 40mm, and a couple with
> 18-55 kit lens.  ISO  1600.  I really appreciate the anti-shake in this
> low
> light.  Some of  these were at 1/8th.
> Regards,
> Sonny
> Natchitoches, Louisiana
> Oldest continuous  settlement in La Louisiane
> ?galit?, libert?, crawfish
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