Evening at London Heathrow.

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Evening at London Heathrow.

Wed 13 Jul 2016, 7:28 pm

All handheld using a 6D + 500mm f/4 IS L

I popped over to get some heavies departing on the 10th July.

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Any comments welcome of course...

Re: Evening at London Heathrow.

Thu 14 Jul 2016, 10:04 am

Having recently received pelters for daring to suggest someone's pictures were not of the greatest standard, all I will say is that with 103 views and no comments you must make up your own mind why no-one has said anything!

Re: Evening at London Heathrow.

Thu 14 Jul 2016, 10:19 am

ppgstf wrote:Having recently received pelters for daring to suggest someone's pictures were not of the greatest standard, all I will say is that with 103 views and no comments you must make up your own mind why no-one has said anything!


Could also be that people are seeing the post for the first time.......thanks for alerting me to it.

Maisie, I like the first one. Lens wide open? The rest are fine, good results for handheld in near complete darkness.

Re: Evening at London Heathrow.

Thu 14 Jul 2016, 7:24 pm

ppgstf wrote:Having recently received pelters for daring to suggest someone's pictures were not of the greatest standard, all I will say is that with 103 views and no comments you must make up your own mind why no-one has said anything!


If you can do better please show us.

Having tried to do the same (and failed), Maisie I appreciate how well these have come out. :clap:

Cheers,
Jeff.

Re: Evening at London Heathrow.

Thu 14 Jul 2016, 8:10 pm

ppgstf wrote:Having recently received pelters for daring to suggest someone's pictures were not of the greatest standard, all I will say is that with 103 views and no comments you must make up your own mind why no-one has said anything!



Thanks for the comment, like I said, any welcome.

Considering the A380 was 1/30th handheld using a 500mm f/4 IS L, I thought it was OK. Clearly you can do better with that set up, so please teach me or at least show me how it's done! :) :clap:

Thanks Tony & Jeff. All wide open at f/4, 2500iso.
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